17 Celebrity Chefs on What They Can't Wait to Cook Up This Year
Commentator on Iron Chef America and host of Food Network's Good Eats
I make one resolution a year, and I take it pretty seriously. Last year it was to lose a few pounds—did that. This year I'm going to raise chickens. I really like eggs, and I don't want to have to worry about the chicken's welfare, or what's in the egg.
Chef and owner of Myers + Chang in Boston and author of the cookbook Flour
I need to get more calcium in my diet, but I want to do it without supplements. I like to get my nutrients from real foods, so I'll make dairy a priority—milk for breakfast and lunch, and ice cream at night!
Martha Rose Shulman
Cookbook author and writer of the New York Times series "Recipes for Health"
Quinoa is one healthy grain, full of both fiber and protein. I plan on using it in place of white rice in salads, soups, and stir-fries, like my quinoa salad with snap peas, tofu, and ginger vinaigrette.
Get Martha Rose Shulman's recipe for Quinoa Salad with Snap Peas and Tofu