Blight or Blossom End Rot?
You can find them at the farmers’ markets from late spring to early fall. Squash blossoms are the sweet and tender flowers of growing summer squash. I (very gently) grabbed some and rushed home to cook them my favorite way– stuffed and fried until golden (yes, fried!).
Cherry season is in full swing in Washington, D.C., and this year the city is celebrating 100 years of its cherry blossom trees.
In this week’s nutrition headlines: Northeastern tomato crops wiped out by blight, Smart Choice logo debut, and 4 lifestyle changes that lower your risk of disease.
Just in time for college finals season, these wholesome, easy bites definitely beat a trip to the vending machine.
Did Danny Meyer just upend the restaurant industry by ending tipping at his eateries? Maybe.