This is one of my favorite easy, make-ahead party snacks. For this brined walnut recipe, the nut sit in a sweet-salty brine overnight before getting slow-roasted so every bit is infused with flavor.
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This pizza is an easy weeknight recipe made with the seasonal spring green, sorrel. It’s simple enough to make for a weeknight dinner yet would also work well as a cocktail party appetizer.
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A simple, dairy-free recipe for spicy, sweet curry coconut ice cream topped with salty-sweet toasted cashews.
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A healthy recipe for Filipino-style chicken sisig tacos that make a fabulous make-ahead meal or an easy weeknight dinner.
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An easy, healthy dinner recipe for pan-roasted trout topped with a bright green herb and toasted walnut sauce.
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A healthy, vegetarian recipe for spaghetti and meatballs made with spaghetti squash and quinoa meatballs.
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Kasey and Matthew, the dynamic duo behind the site Turntable Kitchen are guests on the site today and are sharing an adventurous, meatless recipe for Buratta and Za’atar Pizza.
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Jennifer Tyler Lee is on a mission to prove that getting your kids to eat healthy can be simple and fun. She knows that changing the way we eat is a multi-layered, complex problem, but, with a little creativity and a simple change at the dinner table, this Mom of two has been successful in getting her own kids (as well as many others) to eat healthier. She came up with a fun, engaging food-related card game that her kids immediately took to and eventually evolved into Crunch a Color™.
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A quick recipe for a ham and egg breakfast pizza with serrano ham, Manchego cheese, and asparagus that works as well for breakfast as it does for an easy weeknight dinner.
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One of the most common questions I get asked is what I cook when I’m not cooking.
Between recipe testing, styling, and shooting, work leaves me with plenty of leftovers, but there are a few easy, quick recipes I always rely on and have “most” of the ingredients on hand. (Meaning, I keep the dry ingredients as pantry staples so I only have to stop by the store for a handful of fresh things.) I’m going to start sharing these easy weeknight recipes with you beginning with Pad Thai.
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