Five Festive Ways to celebrate savory, smoky pork, ham and bacon. Each one of these family style dishes makes the case for eating less meat and enjoying it more. Lots of whole grains and vegetables with a lot of flavor from a little pork. Pass it around.
About 50. Plus 30 cherubs. Not on the head of a pin. No, they're all up a tree in New York this month. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Press Play. And have a beatific Sunday.
Quick and simple to make. Less than 15 cents per piece. Every bite's a little party in your mouth. Light, fun, interesting, beautiful. Almost fat-free. Want to come back as roasted vegetable sushi in your next life?
This place is so spectacularly beautiful you should eat your organic smoothies, tacos and ice cream outdoors. While you stare at the dramatically close mountains and waterfalls. if you came for the pot, you should stay for the walk.
When time is short and your holiday to-do list is long, make dessert. Prep the shortcake biscuit dough in five minutes flat. Seven to ten minutes in a 450-degree oven and you've got a killer dessert for $1. Like this Pear & Maple Syrup Shortcake.
This turns out so spectacularly well you'll be amazed you made it yourself. It tastes and smells so ... complex. But its preparation isn't even slightly complicated - and it takes less than one hour, start to first mouthful. The first in a series of seriously festive holiday meals.
... a human. We're still human after all these years. So your body still expects to you to get up and move like your ancestors did for tens of thousands of years. If you don't, it's the age of overweight, obesity, diabetes, heart disease. Here's how to avoid that age.
I'm on this really wonderful walk. Yeah, it's about 25 degrees out, the windchill's 16. The path is ... slippery. But the Park is spectacular.
It's "just" a warm salad, but it comes with two important lessons. First, how to eat seasonally when it seems like a lot of delicious things aren't in season. Second, how to get enough Vitamin K to maintain your bone health.
If three wild months and 1,000 tortured miles on the Pacific Crest Trail isn't your speed, here's a lovely walk for you. Around Benedict's Pond. About the same size as Walden Pond, but not nearly so famous. Connects with the Appalachian Trail.