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Content tagged with “Lisa Gosselin”

Editorial Director, EatingWell

Growing Roots
It was early spring, 2002, when I found the old cabin, nearly overtaken by forest. It stood empty, at the dead end of a...
Sushi Master Bun Lai’s Sushi Recipes for the Future
One night a few months ago, Paul Freedman, Yale professor and editor of the award-winning tome Food: The History of...
Show Us Your Foodscape!
How does your edible garden grow? Show us how you creatively grow food in your backyard (or terrace) and you may win a...
Giving Thanks with Recipes from Award-Winning Chef Michel Nischan
Thanksgiving dinner at chef Michel Nischan’s Connecticut home starts like this: As the brined heritage turkey rests and...
How to Cook Eggplant
When I was 11, a strange purple vegetable appeared in our kitchen. My family had moved to France and my mother,...
How to Shop for GE-Free Food
One of the biggest quandaries for consumers today is that there is no labeling requirement for genetically engineered...
EatingWell Interviews the Filmmakers of "Vanishing of the Bees"
Around the world, honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing in a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder. And...
The Locavore Christmas
I moved to Vermont, in part, because of an old general store and all that it stood for. The small clapboard building...
If You Love This Fish, Help Save It!
What do celebrity chefs Alton Brown (pictured here, with a wreckfish), Rick Bayless and Rick Moonen have in common?...
Remembering Paul Newman and how he went organic
Blue eyes. Butch Cassidy. Salad dressing. That’s the way most people will remember Paul Newman. A Westport neighbor. A...
Eating in Season: A Recipe for Life
On a sunny Friday, Preston Maring, M.D., the associate physician-in-chief at Kaiser Permanente’s Oakland hospital,...
Meal Makeover: Riding High on World Cuisine
Watching Taylor Carpenter, a rangy 14-year-old with a wild head of curls, skateboard fluidly around his family’s large...
Visiting Ballymaloe
Spend a few nights or a few weeks learning to cook, eating or touring the gardens at Ballymaloe. Rooms at the beautiful...
Inspiration and Recipes from an Irish Garden
For Allen, the “garden” can mean her family’s 400-acre estate, hotel, “cookery school” (as the Irish call it) and...
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