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Some cooks are so legendary that when you see them in the flesh you truly do quake in your boots.For my mother, waitressing at Legal Sea Foods in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the 1970s, that cook was Julia Child. Mom was asking a fishmonger how to cook a roast she’d just bought. He laughed, pointed, and said, “Ask that lady!” My mother turned, and there was the six-foot-two PBS host, trilling away about how to do right by a nice roast. Mom will never forget it.Octogenarian Madhur Jaffrey, the doyenne of Indian cuisine, proved just as daunting for me. The bespectacled Ms. Jaffrey is diminutive in stature, but when she quietly glided by me at a recent culinary conference, I flattened myself against the nearest door. Her book An Invitation to Indian Cooking, edited by the famous, late Knopf e
These healthy dinner ideas make cleanup a breeze. Maybe you’ve finally gotten used to busting out the sheet pan when you are in a recipe rut, or super-short on time. And perhaps you already know that you can make top-notch granola with it, or roast a whole head of cauliflower on it.But consider this: You can make a whole meal on a baking sheet, no matter your dietary preferences or restrictions. Cooking chicken? Great. Add chopped potatoes and leeks to the pan, too. Got halibut you’re wrapping in parchment? Consider the starches and veggies you might nestle around it. If you’re heating up that oven anyways, you might as well employ all its power, conserving energy.As you get more familiar with tucking one favorite dish in with another, you’ll start
Try this recipe: Wedge Salad with Shiitake "Bacon" The old-school American starter isn’t hard to whip up; it’s typically just iceberg lettuce that’s been topped with crumbled bacon, chopped tomatoes, and onions, and a blue cheese dressing. But those few ingredients—mainly the bacon and blue cheese—tack on excess calories fast.Since bacon isn’t exactly heart-healthy, we remade the classic appetizer with a vegetarian bent, swapping real bacon for shiitake ‘bacon’ bits—AKA mushrooms that get baked until they’re crispy, so they take on a similar smoky flavor. A buttermilk dressing made from avocado oil mayonnaise and a light dusting of blue cheese bring down the dish’s fat content too.Let's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.com
Perhaps you've recently wondered if your money is in gun stocks, and if you can or should take it out. Warning: The answer is complicated. It's very possible that you are an investor in the major gunmakers. An analysis by the nonprofit advocacy group Goodbye Gun Stocks found that 35 percent of U.S. stock mutual funds contain investments in a maker or retailer of guns and ammunition. You can check to see if your investment fund is "gun-free," or how much of your money goes to guns, on their website. Vanguard also offers its investors a way to screen funds for specific holdings. Concerned investors can also ask their financial advisor for a breakdown of exactly where their money is flowing.Rick Rodgers, director at Innovest Portfolio Solutions, says investors often assume their financial adv...