Give plain burgers super powers with these Super Burgers from My Pretend Place. Sub your favorite veggie burger for the meat patty, or try our Spicy Butternut Squash and Black Bean burgers.
Quickly turn any hater of Brussels Sprouts around with these Balsamic-Glazed Brussels Sprouts . Crushed pine nuts and Parmesan give them some extra crunch and flavor.
Valentine’s Day is next week and while a box of chocolates and flowers might earn you some points, you’ll definitely score with this homemade baked s’mores recipe.
Potatoes roasted with garlic and rosemary are one of those staples that I will never get tired of. So easy to make and so tasty!
My friends over at Whole Foods Market wanted a pumpkin recipe. In honor of fall starting today, this seemed like the perfect one. It is Halloween and Thanksgiving combined all into one with sprinkles on top…literally.
Cold? Don’t worry, I have the perfect thing to warm up those Popsicle-toes. This vegetarian pozole (inspired by my good friend Alison King) is big on flavor, easy to make and perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Chile peppers bring both flavor and heat to a variety of dishes, so knowing how to best buy them and store them is ideal. With these simple tips you will get the most out of your chile peppers.
Love mojitos? Try this unusual version that is made using fresh lavender. This recipe is by the girl & the fig.
I’ve been a bit of a cranberry recipe fanatic this season. Here are a few of my new favorite ways to enjoy the cranberry.
A delicious Thai-flavored spin on a classic cocktail. This recipe adds freshly brewed Thai iced tea to the Long Island iced tea for extra fun.
Tart, bright and well balanced, this rhubarb margarita celebrates all that is wonderful about rhubarb… and tequila.
This twist on traditional onion rings works both for a Super Bowl party or dessert. Try these fried apple rings with some caramel sauce and powdered sugar.
Nothing quite embodies the spirit of Halloween like the Jack-o’-Lantern does. Creepy or funny, creative or classic, the carved gourd is more than just simple holiday decor. It’s also a symbol of fall harvest and that winter will soon be amongst us. But did you know, the pumpkin was not the original carved vegetable for this time of year–it was the turnip!
Apple, kale, and pomegranate seeds make up this simple, tasty, yet elegant salad. It’s so easy to make and so fun to look at, you won’t believe how yummy it is.
Fight food waste and eat more tasty things with these candied grapefruit peels. Perfect as dessert or in your homemade granola, candied citrus peels are simple and easy to make.
I don’t know about you but what’s a party without great food, right? But it’s almost game day and you don’t want to be running around like crazy or spending hours in the kitchen. Well, you don’t have to!