Wendy Ruopp's Blog
We celebrate summer in the July/August issue—starting with multicolored heirloom tomatoes on the cover. (Use your summer tomatoes in recipes like Heirloom Tomato Salad with Fried Capers or Tuna Salad-Stuffed Tomatoes with Arugula from this issue.) If you’ve got okra from the farmers’ market or your garden (lucky you), we’ve got four new recipes to make with it, including a very Southern Black-Eyed Peas...read full post »
Tonight’s assignment: figure out how to turn one pork chop into dinner for four. It doesn’t take a miracle—just this fabulous recipe for Thai Fried Rice. In four easy steps, I can make one of my favorite takeout dishes at home.
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And it’s even faster when I have leftover rice on hand! That one boneless pork chop gets sliced into matchstick pieces—part of the secret to stretching it to serve four and a healthy way to enjoy meaty flavor with just a little bit of meat—and stir-fried with garlic. Then mushrooms hit the pan for a couple minutes, followed by the rice, scallions and one of those Thai secret ingredients, fish sauce. Garnish with cilantro, lime...read full post »
When it comes to grilled food, I sometimes get a little tired of the endless parade of hamburgers and hot dogs. I’m not tired of grilling, mind you—I’m just ready to have something different. Thankfully, I’ve found a great meal to shake up my grilling routine.
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This recipe for Grilled Chicken Thighs with Cucumber-Mint Salad is just what I’m looking for. (Don’t have a grill? See the Broiler Variation at the end of the recipe.) Chicken thighs are just about my favorite part of the bird—the dark meat is juicy and flavorful and a boneless thigh cooks...read full post »
Look at those gorgeous scallions on the cover of our May/June issue. We hope they inspire you to cook as much as they’ve inspired the EatingWell staff. Of course you’ll find scallions in plenty of recipes in this issue, but also cherries, snap peas, fresh greens…the magazine is packed with dishes that make the most of what’s showing up in your farmers’ market right now. Here are some of the recipes we particularly want to bring to your attention.
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I can hardly wait for strawberry-picking season to roll around each summer—and then, when we finally get to go pick strawberries, I can hardly wait to get them home before eating most of them. But next time I have a bounty of ruby-sweet berries, I’m committed to saving at least 3 cups of them for a refreshing and super-simple desert that celebrate the best of strawberries.
This recipe for Vanilla Strawberries with Lemon Ricotta is by sustainable-food advocate and chef Jesse Ziff Cool. (To read more about sustainable organic strawberry farming,...read full post »
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