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Happy Earth Day! 5 Resolutions for Living and Eating Better Every Day

Happy Earth Day! What’s food got to do with loving earth? A whole lot. Most of the world’s land gets used for agriculture. The foods you choose affect the planet in a major way. Since we all eat every day, … Continue reading

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20 Ways to Make Delicious Use of our New Fairway Tapenades

Tapenade is a beloved Provençal classic (the word tapenade comes from the Provençal word “tapeno,” meaning “caper”). We are proud to introduce our new line of equally awesome Italian-made tapenades with highest quality Italian ingredients.  They’re imported direct—straight from Modena … Continue reading

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Get Ready for Spring with Aromatic Springy Spices

Spring has not quite sprung, but why not start eating like it’s springtime?  What does that mean?  Time to move your cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves to the back of the spice cabinet (though we do love those), and let the … Continue reading

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Make This for Dinner: Steven’s Wife Michelle’s Lentil Soup

This lentil soup is more like a stew than a soup, really. Steven likes to give his bowl of it a slash of an early-harvest monocultivar extra-virgin olive oil of which Fairway imports DOZENS. Here’s the recipe. It’s wildly simple. 

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Flash Frozen: 10 Tasty Reasons to Stock Up On Frozen Fruits and Veggies

Frozen fruits and vegetables often get a bad rap—think old fashioned microwaved carrots and peas sapped of any nutritional value.  The truth is there are many amazing benefits to eating frozen produce.  Frozen fruits and vegetables save you time, save … Continue reading

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Steve Jenkins on Olive Oil Hysteria: Why Fairway Market EVOO Is Fresh, High Quality, and Always Trustworthy

Steve Jenkins wrote this open letter in response to Nicholas Blechman’s infographic article for the New York Times. If you care about olive oil, which we know you do, you will be interested! Mr Blechman, Your “Extra Virgin Suicide” graphic essay … Continue reading

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Step Up your Game! Dos and Don’ts for the Ultimate Big Game Party

The Big Game demands a Big Party. That doesn’t mean a lot of work or a lot of stress…just a lot of fun, especially with these tips. Do: Stock up on classics Nuts, pretzels, chips, and dips are practically mandatory … Continue reading

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Warm Up Winter with Seasonal, Delicious Produce! Plus 3 Healthy, Soul-Warming Recipes

The winter months mean frozen grounds, heavy snow, cozy fireplaces, and hot chocolate. Getting to the grocery store might seem like a hassle, but not when there is so much exciting seasonal winter produce to buy. Seasonal winter produce?! Yes, … Continue reading

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Cook at Home this Thanksgiving! Great Sides Dishes for Holiday Happiness

In our go-go-go-go lives, it’s hard to find time to stop and smell the roses. Or, to stop and make a pumpkin pie. But the rewards are so much greater than the sum of the parts (eggs, brown sugar, pumpkin, … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Pasta Perfection

Editor’s Note: We’re excited to welcome nutrition expert and food-lover Rebecca Elbaum to On Our Plate!   It was October and I was still a bit in denial that summer was over.  As much as I love wearing sweaters and scarves and eating … Continue reading

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