Pictured Recipe: Fresh Fruit Chutney
How to Can Preserves and More in a Water Bath
Got the canning bug? You can safely store fruit butter, jam and chutney in your refrigerator or freezer. But processing them in a boiling water bath ensures safe storage at room temperature for up to a year. Follow these step-by-step instructions.
We're always trying to eat a little greener—choose organic, eat local, recycle, compost and cut back on food waste when we can. But what if we told you could drink greener with one easy swap.
EatingWell is launching an annual list of our top heroes: people who are making food in America better right now. We need your help to make this work! We want to know who you think deserves to be added to our list.
Welcome to our second annual American Food Heroes list, honoring 12 people doing extraordinary things to make food better in our country.
As of June, man-made trans fats—the unhealthy hydrogenated oils known to cause heart disease, type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer's—are now officially out of our food supply.
Most of us don't give a second thought to the earth beneath our feet. It's humble. It's unassuming.
When it comes to getting things done, Chellie Pingree does not mind getting her hands—or,
Meet the megaphones.
As incredibly healthy as leafy greens are, they also happen to be among the biggest contributors to food waste in the U.S.