I've never heard of The Cheesecake Factory, but apparently you can order miso salmon (in cheesecake form?) there. Sounds gross, but it's actually not, according to people who've eaten there. The problem is it's laden with calories...1,673 to be precise. The other problem is that it tastes good, which is a problem because, as Ezra Klein points out, it's hard to get people to stop eating things that taste good.
This looks like it tastes good.
Ever wonder about the nutritional benefits of nuts? Here they are, in a nutshell.
It turns out that convenience foods aren't all that convenient.
Look, Bazu's giving away a cookbook!
This is my beef (sorry!) with vegetable gardens. Most people do not have the time, inclination, proper soil, or knowledge to successfully grow vegetables at home. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with supermarket carrots.
Looking for a recipe for ginger ale? No, I wasn't either.
Why you should eat your crusts.
The Washington Post food writer thinks you can be a vegetarian except for a burger once in a while from Five Guys. How about if you make it a veggie burger?