Food + Drink
How to Serve Smoked Salmon
Smoked salmon tastes terrific on a bagel, but there’s many more ways to enjoy this delicious fish. Here’s a taste.
How To Tin Fish Date Night
Learn how to serve a delicious tinned seafood charcuterie board with Ali Hooke of TikTok's Tin Fish Date Night, and nab her tips for great canned fish pairings and more!
What Is No-Till Farming?
Faced with erosion and depleted topsoils, farmers are reviving the ancient technique of no-till agriculture, which dates back 10,000 years.
The Pro Gift Guide for Coffee Lovers
Top picks from coffee experts for useful, beautiful coffee gear. Any one of these will bring joy to the coffee lovers in your life—including you.
Earth-Friendly Food Gifts for Vegans
Our guide is packed with ideas for plant-based gifts that hit all the sweet spots: They’re delicious, nutritious, and farmed in ways that restore the earth.
What is Chimichurri Sauce?
Although traditionally served with South American churrasco (grilled meat), chimichurri adds tangy, punchy flavor to just about any food. But what is it, exactly?
Organic Snacks: Munchies You Can Feel Good About
Tame your hunger at work, at home or on the trail with these tasty, responsibly produced bites. Great for kids' lunchboxes, too.
Understanding Organic Food
We’ve all seen the labels. But what, exactly, does organic mean? Is it really better, and is it worth the extra cost?
What Is Biodynamic Wine?
Learn what "biodynamic wine" means, how biodynamic wine growing impacts both wine and farm, and the difference between biodynamic, organic and natural wines.
What Is Organic Wine and Is it Better For You?
Here’s a quick rundown of the terms on an organic wine label, plus answers to your most common questions about organic wines.
Sardines vs. Anchovies: What's The Difference?
They look an awful lot alike, but there are a few differences between these little fish.
A Delicious Pasta Pair: Semolina + Kernza® Flour
We’ve taken traditional pasta ingredients a step further by adding flour made from Kernza®️ perennial grain to our semolina.
Eat the Bait: Catch Your Own
If you're trying to reduce your impact on the oceans but still love eating fish, there plenty of choices. Plus, you can have some fun catching them yourself.