I don’t personally know Jennifer Knouse of New Oxford, but I do know that her recipe is quick and easy and reminds me of Thanksgiving dinner!
In his “Juiciest Turkey Burgers Ever,” he explains that the ricotta in the burger mixture promises that you won’t end up with a dry burger. Plus, sage and soy add to the “festive umami angle.”
If you want to be transported to Italy, at least through your taste buds, definitely try this recipe. As Biegel writes, “The white beans, fennel, and onions definitely say ‘Tuscany.'”
Allrecipes gives three low-sugar snack suggestions using fruits and vegetables to create the shapes of bumblebees, butterflies and ladybugs.
Grandma’s Cucumber Salad, and Whole Wheat Berry Shortcakes: two recipes perfect for an impromptu dinner on the deck.
These fajitas are loaded with flavor thanks to lime juice and spices – even though the peppers and onions weren’t charred by a hot skillet.
In her introduction to her new cookbook, Julia Turshen promises that her recipes are simple. After trying two of her chicken recipes, I certainly can attest to that.
The pancake batter can be mixed and refrigerated before going to bed. The next morning simply pour it into a greased cake pan, add the peanut butter and jelly topping, and bake it in the oven!
I was very curious about trying out my Belgian waffle maker to create “chaffles,” which are cheesy waffles.
When I found the Make-Your-Own Chick-fil-A Sandwich recipe, I had to try it. I did have my doubts that it would taste like a sandwich from the beloved chicken chain, but I was pleasantly surprised.
In its April 2021 issue, Prevention Magazine features a “20-minute meal under $10” chicken and broccoli dish that pairs the zesty tang of lemon with garlic.
If you’ve opted to watch your favorite episodes again or, like my husband and me, you’re finally watching The Sopranos for the first time, why not add to the experience by checking out a cookbook inspired by the show?
The tomatoes are roasted with a seasoning mixture of sugar, sea salt, ground cardamom and pepper. Meanwhile, ricotta cheese is blended with olive oil, thyme, fennel seeds, salt and pepper and baked.
If the taste of tuna salad is getting old, here’s a spin on that longtime classic — salmon salad! This fresh twist is mayo free, thanks to creamy avocado.
The recipe calls for roasting the cauliflower first; it’s so flavorful that you likely won’t miss the chicken that’s usually in tortilla soup!
Sprinkling “everything bagel” seasoning on my eggs in the morning started to get old — but luckily, I found a new way to use it!
I haven’t given in to the air fryer trend, so when I came across a recipe for crispy oven fries using a pot of boiling water on the stovetop and a hot sheet pan in the oven, I figured I’d give it a shot.
According to registered dietician and nutritionist Kory DeAngelo, limes contain antioxidants like Vitamin C, and could help prevent inflammation. Plus, citrus scents can help elevate your mood.
The escarole dressed in lemon juice and olive oil, topped with shaved Pecorino Romano and cracked black pepper, elevates a baked weeknight chicken dish into a special dinner.
Having owned an electric pressure cooker (or Instant Pot) for more than a year, I’ve tried my share of soups and stews, rice and beans, and eggs and oatmeal dishes in the trendy small kitchen appliance. One thing I hadn’t cooked in my Instant Pot was a dessert,