Chickpeas are surprisingly easy to incorporate into every course (yes, even dessert!).
This week's recipe roundup focuses on recipes that are perfect for cold weather or anytime you need a little comfort.
It's time to start thinking about your food plan for the biggest snacking event of the year.
Chock-full of red Swiss chard leaves, vibrant orange butternut squash nuggets and mahogany red bits of oil-marinated sun-dried tomatoes, this soup is soul-satisfying.
If you crave Olive Garden’s zuppa Toscana, you need to make this recipe.
Here’s an easy salad recipe to kick off the new year! It’s salty, sweet and sour with a hint of spice, the traditional flavors that round out a Thai dish.
These pillowy-soft pancakes take on a hint of earthy aroma from the peanut butter. (Our cross-tester confirmed that the taste is subtle and kid-approved.)
The sesame seeds in the sweet sauce atop this salmon add nutty flavor and a little texture. Finishing the salmon in the oven turns the sauce into a thick, caramelized glaze.
Fruit crisps might have been one of the first desserts recorded. Still, they never seem to go out of style.
Here's a look at three popular ways of hitting “restart” and alternative approaches that may be both kinder and more sustainable.
This easy chicken skillet recipe comes together in just 30 minutes to help you put a healthy meal on the table fast.
This quick and easy spaghetti sauce is a total weeknight win. It’s as satisfying as a slow-simmered pasta sauce but comes together in less than 45 minutes.
It takes just minutes to assemble this healthy no-cook breakfast and you’ll have meal-prepped grab-and-go breakfasts on hand for the rest of the week. Top these delicious vegan oats — inspired by classic cinnamon bun flavors — with fresh or frozen fruit and your favorite nuts and seeds.
This paella is simple to make since it bakes in the oven and doesn’t require the traditional rotating of the pan on top of the stove for even heat.
This pizza and mac and cheese mash-up recipe is perfect for those times when you just can’t choose.
Whether you’re an amateur mixologist or a certified home bartender, with the right tools and ingredients, you can serve a luxurious list of co…
Have your duck and bubbly, too. From the head chef of Oregon’s Soter Vineyards, a complete and decadent meal to pair with your celebratory sparkling wine.
Garnish with a sprinkling of fresh herbs and fresh Parmesan cheese. You could add a dollop of favorite pesto, if desired. Serve this with slices of crusty French bread.
Here’s a healthy beef short ribs slow-cooker recipe you could even serve to company. Serve with mashed celeriac or mashed potatoes and steamed green beans.