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Salad Greens Buyer's Guide
Ever notice all the different greens that make up “mesclun”? Mesclun, roughly translated from the Provençal dialect,...
Guide to Fresh Herbs
Cooking with herbs is an easy way to infuse a recipe with flavor without increasing calories or fat. Not sure where to...
Turkey Buyer's Guide
In the EatingWell Test Kitchen, we roasted more than 20 turkeys, including all-natural and conventional birds, while...
Healthy Thanksgiving Guide
Thanksgiving is all about abundance—or, often, overabundance. Everyone wants to bring their favorite dish, or needs to...
Root Vegetable Buyer's Guide
Root vegetables can be found pretty easily in large supermarkets and farmers’ markets. Roots keep best when stored in...
Turkey Carving Guide
After you bring your perfectly roasted turkey out of the oven, remove it from the roasting pan and let it rest for...
Soyfoods Guide
Long popular in the East, soyfoods have only recently found a home in Western kitchens. Yet beyond tofu, many people...
Peach Buyer's Guide
Besides amazing flavor, peaches are packed with natural goodness including vitamins A, C and potassium. They’re also a...
A Buyer's Guide to Indian Foods and Spices
Although the spice techniques used by Indian cooks may seem intimidating at first glance, they provide tantalizing...
Whole-Grain Rice Buyer's Guide
Whole-grain rice has been minimally processed, just enough to sort and remove the inedible outer husk, leaving the...
Ice Cream Making Guide
Ice cream, frozen the old-fashioned way by churning it in a canister surrounded by ice and salt, used to be a treat...
Homemade Pizza Guide
One way to ensure a really great pizza crust is to use a wood-burning oven that reaches a temperature of at least 600°F...
Squash Buyer's Guide
Although available all year, winter squash is best enjoyed during harvest season—late summer through early winter....
12 Quick Tips for Eating the Mediterranean Way
The Mediterranean Diet has a reputation for being one of the world’s healthiest. And with good right: Studies have...
Guide to Cooking 20 Vegetables
If you want more fiber, nutrients and antioxidants in your diet—eat more vegetables! We know it’s tough to expand your...
A Buyer's Guide to Milk
With its balanced mix of carbs and protein and rich supply of calcium and other bone-strengthening nutrients, (cow’s)...
Guide to Stocking Your Pantry
The best way to ensure you have everything you need to prepare delicious meals is to keep a well-stocked pantry. When...
Guide to Cooking for Two
When you cook for two, it can be hard to find products in sizes that don’t waste money or food. But if you know what to...
Marinating and Grilling Chart
Pick one of these lean, quick-cooking proteins to pair with one of our rubs or marinades from EatingWell's Essential...
Essential Greens-Cooking Guide
Dark leafy greens, such as kale, collards and chard, are nutrient powerhouses—rich in vitamins A, C and K. Look for...
Egg Buyer's Guide
What do all those claims that are crowded onto egg cartons these days—really mean? And how do you know how to buy good...
Cake Baking Guide
Whatever the occasion, everybody loves cake. If you’re searching for more substance than store-bought mixes, why not...
Crab Buyer's Guide
Lump crabmeat always seems to make its appearance around the holidays in "that dip"—you know, the hot one with the...
Bean Cooking Guide
You may have seen piles of colorful beans at your local farmers’ market. Or perhaps you’ve stopped to gawk at the...
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