When my dishes need something a little sweet to round out a meal, these absurdly easy wrapped apple brie bombs come to the rescue.
As one of the world's healthiest foods, lentils will pack a hefty does of iron, magnesium and B-vitamins with zero fat.
This quick casserole is versatile and freezes well. This recipe is open to variation! I used tri-colored radiator but any pasta with ridges will work well. Bon appétit!
Kipper snacks, a canned fish, usually herring, adds a welcome saltiness to cheese bread. This easy and affordable side dish is perfect to prepare ahead or bring to a party. Ten minutes in an oven and it springs to life.
End the week with a hearty pork pasta with a serious kick.
Got leftover chicken from the night before? Reinvigorate it into a dynamite lunch on the go with only a few simple and inexpensive ingredients. Even restaurant leftover chicken will work for this dish!
Just relax-- you can absolutely cook shrimp in the microwave! Not only does it save time, it zaps the shrimp with flavor infusion. If you don't have time to chargrill the shrimp, this is the next best thing.
This healthy, low-fat, high omega salad is great for packing lunch on the go.
This Tex-Mex take on mac and cheese is a fun and budget-friendly side to southwestern style grilled entrees.
Love ordering in sushi but hate the expense? Indulge in all the flavors of a California roll in a homemade pasta salad.
This is a surprisingly flavorful dish made form humble ingredients. The fresh breadcrumbs soak up the spicy oil and garlic in a most delicious way. Brown the breadcrumbs well to avoid sogginess. We’ve used Ciabatta with the crust left for on to give breadcrumbs with the best texture. The anchovies are a tasty addition without being too overpowering.
Recently marrow has joined the ranks of haute cuisine, but it's actually been with us for a long time and across cultures worldwide. When you're buying soup bones for those winter stews, make sure you're making the most of that flavorful marrow. Don't let it end up being tossed in the parboil! Even just a little bit of marrow adds a creamy richness to a meat-based sauce.