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Endive - two varieties: 1) Curly endive or frisée and 2) Escarole or broad-leaved endive

Endive - two varieties: 1) Curly endive or frisée and 2) Escarole or broad-leaved endive

Spice Hunting: Curry Leaves (south Indian) -  taste a bit like asafoetida (hing) | serious EATS

Spice Hunting: Curry Leaves

Spice Hunting: Curry Leaves (south Indian) - taste a bit like asafoetida (hing) | serious EATS

All of those stems of cilantro are the exact same age. 51 days in my refrigerator, to be exact. The only difference is in how they were stored. So what's the best way to store herbs? I tested out every method I could think of, isolating every variable—light, air, moisture, and temperature—and pushing my herbs to the limit to figure it out.

The Best Way to Store Fresh Herbs

All of those stems of cilantro are the exact same age. 51 days in my refrigerator, to be exact. The only difference is in how they were stored. So what's the best way to store herbs? I tested out every method I could think of, isolating every variable—light, air, moisture, and temperature—and pushing my herbs to the limit to figure it out.

43 Things to do with Fresh (Japanese) Shiso (Perilla) | Chocolate&Zucchini . #herbgarden #foodreference

Shiso Recipes: 43 Things To Do With Fresh Shiso

43 Things to do with Fresh (Japanese) Shiso (Perilla) | Chocolate&Zucchini . #herbgarden #foodreference

Cooking with Curry leaves - tossed in almost all Malayalee (Malayali are people who inhabit the South Indian state of Kerala) dishes, they have the flavor of peppercorns crossed with bell peppers and freshly cut grass | Cardamom Kitchen

Cooking with Curry leaves - tossed in almost all Malayalee (Malayali are people who inhabit the South Indian state of Kerala) dishes, they have the flavor of peppercorns crossed with bell peppers and freshly cut grass | Cardamom Kitchen

A Week's Worth of Ideas for Using Shiso, from Food52

Shiso: Basil’s Asian Cousin

A Week's Worth of Ideas for Using Shiso, from Food52

Huitlacoche - a description of this unique corn fungus ingredient dating back to the Aztecs | the Spruce

Huitlacoche: One Man's Fungus Is Another Man's Delicacy

Huitlacoche - a description of this unique corn fungus ingredient dating back to the Aztecs | the Spruce

My mystery box offered up several Little Gems lettuces last week, a most pleasant event indeed! We featured them here a few years back but they're well worth revisiting. Little Gems look like tiny versions of Romaine lettuce, with a crisp, crunchy texture and a sweet flavor. My favorite way to serve them couldn't be easier: simply cut in half and drizzled with a nice lemon-shallot vinaigrette. Occasionally, I'll sprinkle on some thinly sliced radish or a few capers, but mostly I let them…

Good Eats: Little Gems Lettuce

My mystery box offered up several Little Gems lettuces last week, a most pleasant event indeed! We featured them here a few years back but they're well worth revisiting. Little Gems look like tiny versions of Romaine lettuce, with a crisp, crunchy texture and a sweet flavor. My favorite way to serve them couldn't be easier: simply cut in half and drizzled with a nice lemon-shallot vinaigrette. Occasionally, I'll sprinkle on some thinly sliced radish or a few capers, but mostly I let them…

Dry lentils close up (e.g. for mujadara) | Maureen Abood on Rose Water & Orange Blossoms

Dry lentils close up (e.g. for mujadara) | Maureen Abood on Rose Water & Orange Blossoms

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