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We’re Crazy for New Fairway Quinoa! + 4 Easy Quinoa Recipes to Cook Up Tonight

Quinoa looks like a grain, smells like a grain, and tastes like a grain…but quinoa is actually a vegetable.  A member of the beetroot and spinach family, quinoa is known as a superfood for its high fiber and protein content.  … 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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Switch Up Your Poultry: Cornish Game Hens

I’m a poultry lover. I eat poultry just about every day. It’s a critical source of protein for me, and for so many of the athletes I work with. But I have to say that, without a doubt, my absolute … Continue reading

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Lamb!! Oh So Good and Good For You

Anthony Hopkins said about lamb in the movie “Meet Joe Black,” “…not as chewy as roast beef, not as boring as chicken.” Boy, was he right. When you’re getting tired of chicken and it seems too bland, yet red meat … Continue reading

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Go Fish! The Scoop on Mercury, and Why Fish is a Good Choice

I love eating fish. Of course you probably wouldn’t know that given all the flack I took  for pulling Jeremy Piven from his smash hit David Mamet Broadway play “Speed the Plow”. Piven was under my care for fatigue and difficulty … Continue reading

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Farm-to-Fairway Valentine’s Day Dinner

As part of our Farm to Fairway series with NBC and LX.TV, Fairway Chef de Cuisine Mitchel London and I were tasked with sourcing the key ingredients for a Valentine’s Day dinner. So we headed to the West Coast in … Continue reading

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Mangia! Feast of the Seven Fishes

I’m undeniably a seafood fanatic, and I have my family to thank. Every holiday dinner, every celebratory occasion, and many weekend dinners are made special with baked clams as appetizers, pasta with cockles (called “vongole,” in Italian), or some preparation … Continue reading

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Murray’s Chicken for Your Kitchen

There is fresh chicken for the pickin’ at Fairway, and our Butcher Shop gets it daily from Murray’s local farms in Pennsylvania’s lush countryside. These certified-humane birds are raised without antibiotics or hormones, and they always travel less than 300 … Continue reading

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Last Chance: Thanksgiving Dinner Course

Want to make a Thanksgiving dinner your family and friends will gush over? One that they’ll talk about for years to come? We’ll show you how. This is your last chance to get tickets ($45/person) for tonight’s refresher course at … Continue reading

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Back-to-School Dinners Done Easy

Being able to provide quick and healthy meals to your family is one of the hardest challenges as a parent, but it is also important to accomplish, and easier than it seems. And it’s definitely worth the effort, because mastering … Continue reading

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