The most trusted name in matters of the heart (No. This is not an article about romance.) is the American Heart Association. They've recently revised their book, The New American Heart Association Cookbook (9th Edition), to include 100 new dishes and 250 updated recipes reflecting their latest guidelines.
Try out Julie’s Mac and Cheese with Garlic Spinach recipe for your next potluck and see if your guests can tell the difference. Bet you they can't.
My favorite dishes always bring spice to the table and transport me to an exotic location without leaving my kitchen. Meatballs provide the perfect vehicle; carrying flavors of the world to our everyday meals. Today’s meatball recipe delivers the spicy, warm notes of a Moroccan meal in under 30 minutes.
Divya Alter is a Bulgarian yogini with a vast knowledge of the ancient Ayurvedic diet—a well-being system based on the balance between mind, body, and spirit. In her book, What to Eat for How You Feel, she shares her wealth of knowledge on the benefits of this wellness plan and offers personalized variations of recipes […]
Confession is good for the soul and here is mine; I love Chinese take-out. There are just a few problems with it—you relinquish control over the ingredients, you consume more fat and calories than you realize and it’s costly.
Ronen Seri and Pamela Elizabeth, co-founders of the Blossom restaurants in Manhattan, share their vegan cuisine favorites in the recently released title, The Blossom Cookbook. Over eighty recipes are featured in this long-awaited cookbook–from a Tofu Scramble that can be whipped up in minutes to an impressive Autumn Tower which layers tempeh, roasted vegetables, chickpea […]
If you’re throwing a Cinco De Mayo celebration this year, then you better have one delicious guacamole on the table to kick off and complement the meal.
My version of a Chinese chicken salad gets a lot of its flavor and texture from raw bok choy. The bok choy is full of water, so the sensation becomes like the watery crunch of celery in a regular old chicken salad, but with a much more powerful greenness in flavor.
Eating well and feeling great aren't always two things that go together, especially for those who suffer from IBS, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, SIBO, and gluten sensitivity. But The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook by Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD provides a complete guide and cookbook for discovering your dietary triggers including FODMAPs (difficult-to-digest carbohydrates), and building a personalized and fulfilling diet around delicious foods that let you finally feel your best.
Nothing is more exciting than ripping open the first corn of the season. Growing up, we’d eat corn two ways: either roasted straight on the gas stove or shaved off the cob and stir-fried. Fresh corn really doesn’t need much. I shave it off the cob and eat it raw in salads.