A Smart Way to Keep Parsley Fresh for a Long Time — Comment of the Day

Last weekend our Herb Gardening 101 series covered parsley — how to grow it, and how to preserve it. Here's another comment from a reader on keeping parsley fresh for a long time. It's a familiar method, but with a twist:

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What’s the Best Way to Cook for Conflicting Food Preferences in My Family? — Good Questions

Q: In an effort to lose weight in college, I started eating a lot more fruits and vegetables. Now I am back at home and cooking for my Nigerian mom.

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The 4 Essential Ice Cream Bases You Should Know — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Whether you're new to making homemade ice cream or you're a seasoned pro, it's important you know this — there isn't one single way to whip up this sweet treat. Depending on the type of ice cream you're making and personal preference, you have a choice of four different bases to get your dessert started.

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8 Ideas to Steal from Vintage Kitchens — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → 8 Ideas Worth Stealing from Vintage Kitchens

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Recipe: Grilled Zucchini Roll-Ups with Ricotta and Herbs — Appetizer Recipes from The Kitchn

Zucchini, fresh herbs, and ricotta — wrapped into a lightly grilled, bite-sized snack — it doesn't get a whole lot better than that. This is peak summer produce at its finest, with cheese (because cheese makes everything better).

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Like It or Not, the U.S. Military Helps Engineer What We Eat — Food News

When I lived in Boston, I would frequently drive through the quiet suburb of Natick, rarely stopping except for the occasional trip to the big mall there. Little did I know that Natick houses military laboratories that research, test, and produce foods that find their way to consumers!

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