rooted in foods | go green | Food and cooking

From slightly bitter cabbage to peppery mustard and turnip, dark leafy greens have long been a staple in Southern cuisine. Several additional varieties complement what we call “greens” including beets, chard, dandelion, kale, nettles, sorrel, and spinach. These are just a few of what has been cooked in home kitchens for generations. Greens have a … Read more

rooted in foods | Say “cheese” | Food and cooking

Watching champagne, melted cheese slipping from a mini grill tray onto fresh potatoes and grilled vegetables, but the camaraderie that comes while sitting around the raclette party grill is the perfect ingredient for great evenings out with friends and family. Raclette is an Alpine tradition that has moved to Germany, finding a home on the … Read more