Charred Vegetable Ragu


January is a month to eat healthy foods that help you look and feel your best and still taste delicious. Ladled over a pile of tagliatelle and topped with more cheese, this nourishing sauce tastes slow-cooked and comforting, especially on a snowy weeknight. Set the roughly chopped mirepoix (a combination of yellow onion, celery, and carrots, … Continue reading Charred Vegetable Ragu

Masks


By Aparna Mele, MD Mask-wearing during this COVID pandemic is crucial to preventing the spread of infection. But did you know that even something as simple as wearing a mask has distinct instructions on both how to wear it and how to remove it? Remember there is only one correct way to wear them and … Continue reading Masks

The ABCs of a More Sustainable Christmas


*Read the original article here: http://mosaic.tenthousandvillages.com/more-sustainable-christmas/ Christmas is full of meaningful traditions and joyful experiences, and for many of us it is the most wonderful time of the year. But it can also have a dark side. According to the EPA, in the four weeks leading up to Christmas, household waste increases by 25%. That … Continue reading The ABCs of a More Sustainable Christmas