Enjoy your beer with food, and cook with it too. Beer is a deeply flavorful ingredient to have in your culinary pantry.
Section: Cooking | Food + Lifestyle
Once you try a good Fontina, you're likely to appreciate why it's been a valued cheese for so long.
Meet your new fresh and healthy friend: salad in a jar. It's a perfect container for lunch on the go.
Why are fermented foods so popular? The health benefits, delicious flavors and the opportunity for DIY are just a start.
Whether dropping a line in the lake or stopping by the co-op's fish counter, enjoy delicious freshwater fish!
A touch of smoke makes food taste meaty, flavorful and extra satisfying. It's easy to smoke food using a standard grill.
Get set for great grilling with these grilling tips.
Fresh herbs are an easy way to enhance your favorite dishes. Learn how to use the most popular culinary herbs.
The smoothie, a drinkable breakfast, snack, or workout drink, is one of the easiest culinary creations to make at home.
A fresh look at citrus can infuse zest (and more) into your cooking.
Puzzled by millet? Join Shefaly Ravula for an overview of delicious alternative grains in this Co+op Kitchen video.
If you haven’t explored the world of marinades, they're easy to make, can amp up the flavor on your grill and don't require much advance prep time.
Using a traditional Asian diet as inspiration and guidance can be a fun and delicious way to eat healthfully.
China and Japan have culinary traditions, with long-standing regional specialties and styles. They are two of the oldest cultures, with thousands of years of culinary development—which means...
Want to enjoy the most healthful food—like local, organic fruits and vegetables—year round? Preserving the bounty you've grown or purchased makes it possible.
Dense, creamy texture, bold orange colors, and sweet and subtle flavors—a delight in the fall-winter kitchen.
Sure, freezing foods isn’t as sexy as canning or as hip as fermenting. But it's a practical way to preserve fresh produce.
Casey Wilcox talks about the five mother sauces in classic French cooking and shows you how to make a creamy sauce.
We seem to have a complicated relationship with leafy greens. Nutrition experts tell us to eat more of them. Yet many find them somewhat intimidating or have closed the door on them after eating...
Enjoy the fresh flavor of a simple homemade salad dressing atop this seasonal baby greens and beet salad.
Check out the recipe.