TIP OF THE DAY: Red-Veined Sorrel

[1] Just-harvested red sorrel, ready for the evening’s menu at Union Square Cafe (photo © Union Square Cafe). [2] Beet and Red Sorrel Salad with Pistachio. Here’s the recipe from Paul Liebrandt (photo © Anna Williams | Food & Wine). [3] Even in a colorful dish, a leaf of red sorrel is eye-catching (photo of…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Cookie Pop Popcorn With Oreo Pieces

[1] The latest sweet treat to cross our desk: Cookie Pop Popcorn with Oreo pieces. [2] From the bag to the canister (both photos © Snax-Sational Brands).   This may be a first for THE NIBBLE: Our Top Pick Of The Week is a junk food, a sugary snack. Snax-Sational, a snack food company, recently…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Green Garlic

Green garlic—also called young garlic or spring garlic—may look like scallions. But they are the immature, spring version of the cured bulbs available year-round. Harvested when young, green garlic looks like scallions (a.k.a. green onions). The bulb has not yet begun to separate into cloves (photo #1). At this stage in its youth, the whole…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Dang Snacks

We like Dang Foods Asian-American snacks so much, that they’ve become a snack of choice to serve to people who drop by for tea or a glass of wine. The line comprises creative combinations of Eastern and Western flavors and ingredients, all plant-based whole foods with nothing artificial. Founded by two Thai-American brothers, their original…
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