Cook up the latest healthy recipes — from organic to vegetarian dishes — and follow our eco-friendly cooking tips.
A comforting, warm stew for a cold night.
We've got lots of ideas for hearty sandwiches, chili and side dishes for you to serve or bring to a Super Bowl party.
Sustainability—A Long Term Approach
Can you name another food that provides a whopping 350 percent of your daily allowance of vitamin A per serving?
This family favorite becomes an entirely new dish with these ideas from home cooks.
A little agave nectar goes a long way in adding a sweet glaze to cooked carrots.
Quinoa is as versitile as oatmeal in the morning. Add fruits, nuts, or sweeteners to suit your taste to freshly cooked quinoa and get a jumpstart on your healthy eating for the day.
Girl Scout cookies will be on sale soon, but this drool-worthy Thin Mint recipe offers you a healthier option. (Plus, you can make them gluten-free.)
This French method of using up small pieces of various cheeses by making a cheese spread creates a spread that's never the same twice.
What were the best cookbooks of 2011? The opinions are varied, but there are a few that stand out.
We've got ideas for how to make the perfect finger foods for your Super Bowl party and how to make them healthier.
Turn leftover scrambled eggs into new dishes with these ideas from home cooks.
Stay healthy and fight holiday weight gain with these cozy salads.
Just because jolly St. Nick is rotund doesn't mean you have to be too. In a holiday season packed with parties it's easy to overindulge in rich, heavy food. Try these five recipes to sate the snack fairy and appease the taste buds.
What better time of year for cookies? I share several of my favorite cookie recipes that are not only delicious, but healthier too.
Grab your favorite glass. We’ve got ideas for drinks you'll want to serve at your next New Year's party.
Stay-at-home mom on eco-friendly food options.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living