Recipe: Barack Obama’s Tuna Salad

What to eat while you’re watching the inauguration? Presidential tuna salad! When President-elect Barack Obama made tuna salad with his family on “60 Minutes” earlier this year, he used this recipe, specifying troll-caught albacore (more about that below): Presidential Tuna Salad Sandwiches Ingredients – Two 6-ounce cans of U.S. troll-caught albacore – 2 tablespoons of…
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BOOK: Great Chefs Cook Vegan

How popular is veganism? Popular enough to have inspired a gorgeous new cookbook, Great Chefs Cook Vegan, by Linda Long, with recipes by 25 of today’s most lauded chefs, including Dan Barber, David Burke, Cat Cora, Daniel Boulud, Todd English, Suzanne Goin, Thomas Keller, Gabriel Kreuther, Eric Ripert, Marcus Samuelsson, Charlie Trotter and Jean-George Vongerichten.…
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RECIPE: Low-Calorie Creamy Dip & Dressing

A dip or dressing with half the calories tastes just as good—maybe even better! Top photo courtesy Vermont Creamery. Bottom photo courtesy Betty Crocker.   With those New Year’s resolutions that include “lose weight,” substituting mustard for mayonnaise wherever possible is an easy switch. French’s claims that, simply by substituting mustard for mayonnaise on your…
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RECIPES: Name Chefs Feed Your Family For $10

Time Magazine dug into “recession dining” and had six chefs develop dinner for a family of four for $10. Some aren’t brain science, but others are inspired, like Tom Colicchio’s Fennel Pork Loin. The “menu” includes: * Tom Colicchio’s (Craft Restaurant, NYC) Fennel Pork Loin and Pasta Vegetarienne * Tyler Florence’s (The Food Network) Roast…
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