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Georgia O’Keeffe: Artistic and Culinary Pioneer

by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, FACSM, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition On a recent trip to Santa Fe, I scheduled a visit Georgia O’Keeffe’s home and studio in Abiquiu, New Mexico. O’Keeffe, known as the mother of American modernism, is most renowned for her extraordinary paintings of super-sized […]

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Herb Shortbread

by guest blogger Amanda Harding, copywriter at Rodale’s A little bit sweet, a little bit savory—this twist on the classic shortbread recipe is just different enough to keep things interesting. Bake the cookies in an embossed shortbread pan, and your gorgeous little goodies will look as delectable as they taste. Herb Shortbread Cookies Ingredients: ¼ […]

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How to Make Corn Tortillas from Scratch in 5 Minutes

To the list of things I’ve looked for forever in stores and finally just had to make myself, add this: organic corn tortillas. Just plain. No gluten. Fresh, not frozen. Soft, not dried or stale tasting. Turns out it only takes five minutes to make them yourself, and they’re a kind of fresh you don’t […]

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Moist and Wholesome Herbed Biscuits from Scratch

One of the first things I ever made from scratch were whole-wheat biscuits from an old Rodale cookbook by Paulette Mitchell called The New American Vegetarian Menu Cookbook: From Everyday Dining to Elegant Entertaining. It was a recipe for herbed biscuits. Making those biscuits taught me that making things from scratch was not only easy, […]

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Giving Thanks for a New Food Tradition

by guest blogger Melanie Hansche, executive director of food content and strategy at Rodale Inc The guest list for this first-time Thanksgiving host sounded like the start of a bad joke: five Australians, a Texan, an Englishman, and a Mexican. (At least we had one American, right?) It was my first crack at hosting this […]

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Fluffy Scones from Scratch

There are two kinds of scones in this world: the dense kind that are more like Irish soda bread and the fluffy kind served in Britain and its colonies on proper tea trays. In Australia, what’s traditional is a version of the fluffy ones Australians call lemonade scones, which use a sweet soda in the […]

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Vegan “Neatball” Sandwich

by guest blogger Gillian Francella, writer, editor, and newly converted vegan Red-checkered tablecloths, laminated-yet-stained paper menus, and breadbaskets brimming with steamy hot rolls—ah, the classic setting for an East Coast staple: red-sauce Italian. When I was a kid, there were few things my dad would take a break from work for. But the one thing […]

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Oyster Crackers from Scratch…So Simple!

I’ve realized that I learned to cook so that I could eat food that’s guaranteed organic, and one of the last remaining items I can’t find in the store is organic oyster crackers—those hard-as-nails ones that it takes grown-up hands to crack into your oyster stew or clam chowder. It’s really all about the oyster […]

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