Become a healthy eating connoisseur with food & drink recipes for any palate, including vegetarians.
Mon, Nov 24, 2014 12:00 PM
Sweet potatoes aren’t just for Thanksgiving. After the holiday is over, keep these seasonal root vegetables on your menu all winter long.
This recipe may sounds fancy, but it's a snap to prepare.
This recipe makes regular old boring oatmeal feel a little bit fancy and decadent.
Research shows these warriors may have used an interesting recovery drink.
Traditional Thanksgiving dinners can leave you feeling too stuffed. Luckily, we have some alternative takes on the classics dishes to ease the over-full belly.
Save money by buying pecans in bulk and making this easy candied pecan recipe.
This breakfast recipe can be made in a large batch or in small, breakfast-on-the-go portions.
There's a simple rule for ordering from a wine list that will help you avoid any embarrassment.
Depending on where you are in the world, the beverage choices can seem quite strange — at least to outsiders.
All you need is a selection of your favorite fruits, some plain Greek yogurt, and a topping of your choice. Oh, and the jar to hold it all!
Make sure knives are sharpened and the spice rack is stocked so your time in the kitchen this holiday season goes smoothly.
Served with a little butter or honey drizzled over it and it is a delightful breakfast for a weekend morning.
There are lots of tasty, lovely ways to prepare this vitamin-packed winter veggie.
Walnuts offer so many health benefits that you'll want to add them to every meal. Here are ideas from salads to cookies.
Fresh juice, organic vodka, and raspberry liqueur combine to make an orangey-brownish cocktail with black tinges that looks great for Halloween festivities.
These pockets are easy to make in advance, keep cool in the fridge, and then heat up before you head out the door to start your day.
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