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May Digest: Most Popular Recipes and Posts

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With the arrival of May, our food bloggers shared how to make favorite recipes with alternative techniques, and we launched a new web series about the language of the sustainability movement. Check out which recipes, videos, and blog posts were your favorite during the month of May.


French Toast Brulee

French Toast Brulee

Food blogger Marc Matsumoto has a few suggestions for taking your typical French toast recipe to the next level with a few alternate techniques to avoid eating soggy bread. Hint: Get ready to grab your blowtorch.

Blueberry Lemonade

Blueberry Lemonade

Follow this simple recipe for blueberry lemonade that is perfect for those warmer spring and summer months with a little lemon zest and sparkling water. You can also add your favorite spirit to this recipe to turn it into a refreshing cocktail.

Cinco de Mayo Margarita Recipes

Cinco de Mayo Margarita Recipes

Cinco de Mayo would not be complete without the perfect margarita recipe. Fortunately we already did all the hard work – we scoured the internet for the best margarita recipes, and shared our favorites.

Lexicon of Sustainability

The Lexicon of Sustainability

We launched a new web series in May called “The Lexicon of Sustainability” that is based on a simple premise: people can’t be expected to live more sustainable lives if they don’t even know the most basic terms and principles that define sustainability.

Baba Ghanoush

Baba Ghanoush with Sea Salt

Try this Middle Eastern recipe for baba ghanoush with sea salt for a delicious roasted eggplant dip. Food blogger Jenna Weber shares her technique for making flavorful baba ghanoush with an interesting roasting technique