Cathy Erway

Cathy Erway writes the blog Not Eating Out in New York, and hosts the weekly radio show, Let's Eat In, on Heritage Radio Network. She is also the author of The Art of Eating In: How I Learned to Stop Spending and Love the Stove, and writes for food and lifestyle publications.

From scratch: Maple-glazed sweet potatoes [RECIPE]

This Thanksgiving, replace those tiny marshmallows with real maple syrup -- before climate change gets it all.

From scratch: Pumpkin pie [RECIPE]

As part of our effort to "unprocess" Thanksgiving, we took on pumpkin pie. Who says you need canned pumpkin and condensed milk to make this holiday classic?

From scratch: Green bean casserole [RECIPE]

This week we're highlighting Thanksgiving recipes that rely on canned and highly processed ingredients and making them with whole foods instead.

NYC’s urban farms face a climate reality check

For New York's urban farms, Hurricane Sandy was more than a discouraging blow -- it was a reason to reevaluate what it means to grow food in a city limited by the realities of climate change.

Eggs: The poor man’s protein [Recipes]

Eggs make a great addition to any plant-based meal. And they're the most affordable way to eat pastured protein.

With meat, absence makes the taste buds grow fonder [RECIPES]

Cooking with small amounts of meat is a great way to explore flavors and eat more sustainably. As part of our Protein Angst series, here are five recipes that utilize meat as more of a condiment than the main event.