Food Network Star Damaris Phillips found herself in a pickle. How could she cook for the man she loved, an ethical vegetarian, and stay true to her culinary roots? The Southern chef found her answer by embracing vegetarian cooking and creating healthy yet flavorful versions of her traditional favorites. Phillips’ new book, Southern Girl Meets […]
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Tis’ the season for all things pumpkin and this recipe for Pumpkin Chestnut Almond Brown Rice Balls that we are sharing today is a perfect balance of textures and flavors. Liven up your lunches or your next dinner party with these delectable bites.
In this recipe from Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker, freekeh pairs with beluga lentils and baby greens for a flavorful and healthy foolproof dish.
DIY Nut Milks, Nut Butters & More is a must have for anyone seeking clean alternatives to the commercially produced dairy products in supermarkets today. Go nuts for these nutritious and easy to prepare, low-calorie recipes, which are not only rich in taste but texture as well. Start now by trying this delicious recipe for Salted Honey Cashew Butter!
Have you exhausted all recipe possibilities when it comes to cooking with the summer squash your garden keeps producing? Take that zucchini and use it in this quick and delicious salad recipe which can replace any standard side staple (cole slaw, perhaps?) at your next backyard barbecue.
Chock-full of hearty, vibrant dishes that take very little time to prepare, Cook Eat Love offers something that everyone in the family can enjoy (recipes for Roast Chicken, Cashew & Chilli Salad, Vanilla Oatmeal and Walnut Loaf to name a few). The following recipe for stuffed avocados will make for a refreshing weeknight supper or a hearty lunch. We are sure you will cook, eat and love them!
Vegan: The Cookbook by Jean-Christian Jury is a massive tome with nearly 500 recipes inspired by 150 different countries. The culinary diversity of vegan cuisine is the focus here with vibrant photographs shared throughout.
Summer has officially arrived, and Liz Moody’s Glow Pops is offering us 35 nutrient-packed, frosty-treat recipes that will keep us cool, refreshed, and energized throughout the season. A blender and a pop mold are all you need to whip up any of these delicious flavors, guilt-free.
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.