Minimize Food Waste In Your Kitchen This Earth Day With Tips, Recipes From Chef Kathy Gunst

For a lot of people, recycling has become second nature. Separating glass bottles, plastic take-out containers and cardboard from the rest of your trash is something you probably do without thinking about it. But when it comes to food waste, it’s a different story.

“In the United States, over one-third of all available food goes uneaten through loss or waste. When food is tossed aside, so too are opportunities for improved food security, economic growth, and environmental prosperity,” according to the Department of Agriculture.

How often do you come home from the supermarket or the farmers market and throw out the leafy green tops of beets, carrots or leeks? When you open your refrigerator and discover bits of vegetables, herbs and leftover meat or poultry, what happens? If you’re like most people, that stuff ends up in the trash or the compost bin.

Earth Day is a good time to

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IKEA kitchen scraps cookbook has 50 recipes from top chefs

The ScrapsBook cookbook, which is free to download, has 50 recipes with an aim at reducing massive food waste.

With an eye on sustainability and cutting food waste, IKEA Canada and chefs from across North America have produced a new cookbook that shows how to cook meals using food scraps most people would throw away.

The ScrapsBook cookbook is free to download from IKEA Canada. Ten chefs, including Adrian Forte, Craig Wong, and Trevor Bird, have each contributed five recipes, spanning multiple cuisines and cultures, IKEA said.

For breakfast, you could try a No-Waste Omelette, Banana Peel Bacon and Watermelon Rind Jam. Lunchtime could be the right time for Mac & Rinds or Radish Top Risotto. For dinner, whip up Kale Stem Pesto Tagliatelle, Sweet & Scrappy Meatballs and Spare Fish Croquettes.

Food waste has become a growing concern because of the environmental toll of production, including the land

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In the kitchen with Henny: Passover recipes

Being in the kitchen is actually soothing to me. The kitchen is where my creativity comes to life and I get to enjoy sharing good food with my family. I am not a classically trained chef, but during my many years of home culinary experience and entertaining guests, I have become adept at making delicious fare that brings much joy and satisfaction to my family and friends. You don’t need a big kitchen, expensive gadgets or hard-to-find ingredients to create a warm, loving and hearty meal. Living in a small Jerusalem apartment can have its challenges, but I find when the kitchen is organized and I plan my meals, it results in many opportunities to form those warm moments that bring a home together. I hope you’ll join me in my little cozy kitchen to create those yummy memories!With Passover around the corner, here are some recipes you can use
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New Burrata Pizzas in Time for National Pizza Day at Russo’s New York Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen | News

HOUSTON, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The birthplace of burrata cheese is southern Italy. Created from the scraps (or ritagli) of mozzarella curds being placed inside a still-hot cheese pouch, burrata cheese is a labor of love that’s traditionally wrapped in leaves of asphodel. The buffalo’s in southern Italy graze on rich forage, making their milk full-bodied, resulting in burrata cheese being one of the most premium creamy cheeses in the world.

Chef Russo brings this traditional topping to his 2021 menu. Burrata goes great on artisan breads, pastas, and pizzas. With national pizza day being Tuesday 2.9.21, Chef Russo is early releasing two new burrata pizzas! These cheesy masterpieces come with the highest quality burrata we could get our hands on. Grab one of these in a medium 12″, between 2.8.21 and 2.14.21, for only $10! Remember, these $10 burrata pizza deals are only available for

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