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March 2010

  • Recipe

    Tropical Mango Sorbet

    Papaya and pineapple juice build on the clean, sweet flavor of mango in this sorbet, while a splash of coconut milk smoothes its texture. If papayas aren’t readily available or…

  • Article

    The Flour Weevil

    The Red Flour Beetle, or the Confused Flour Beetle, are commonly called Flour Weevils. How do they get in, why, and what do we do about it?

  • Article

    The Recipe for the Perfect Easter Egg Dye

    Forget those fizzy little tablets. This year, color your Easter eggs with vegetables, berries, coffee, tea, and spices. I'll share a post from VegetableGardener.com that shows you how.

  • Recipe

    Homemade Matzos

    Homemade matzos are worlds better than the store-bought kind. Making them, however, involves a bit of a race against the clock because for the bread to be truly unleavened (as…

  • Recipe

    Fig Charoses

    Our Southern contribution adds figs to the classic sweet apple-and-nut mixture that symbolizes mortar for the bricks the Jews made in Egypt.

  • How-To

    Grow & Cook Your Own Tomatoes

  • Recipe

    Blood Orange Crème Brûlée

    This is a very simple, dairy-free Passover dessert that is easily prepared a day or so in advance. Just before serving, add the turbinado sugar and glaze the top with…

  • Article

    Classic/Classic Update: Eggs Benedict

    Watch the video for step-by-step instruction on how to make Classic Eggs Benedict and an innovative deep-fried update.

  • Article

    Announcing the Winner of Our Slow Cooker Recipe Challenge

    Thanks to everyone who shared a slow cooker recipe with us. Get the winning recipe and see which others stood out to us as well.

  • Article

    Hollowed Egg and Egg Balance

    Easter is coming, so we have a doubly-eggy set of questions: how to hollow out an egg, and the timeliness of balancing an egg.