Butternut squash lovers, you will love this roasted butternut squash that is stuffed with black lentils, quinoa, and sautéed chard, top off with a yogurt sauce and pomegranate seeds.
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Take your pancakes, waffles, or anything else to the next level with this delicious syrup recipe featuring maple and bourbon. Brunch and breakfast will never be the same!
Here is a delicious and festive piña colada recipe inspired by Wonder Woman and voice actress Susan Eisenberg with strawberries, pineapple, and Blue Curacao. Plus an easy 3-ingredient version of this cocktail too!
Join me for a politically-charged interview with one of the founders from the Lincoln Project, Mike Madrid, plus a delicious paloma cocktail recipe inspired by the chat, made with fresh clementine juice. We talk Trump, getting rid of Trump, and more.
Fight food waste with this easy recipe for using up the last few bits of peanut butter in a jar. This PB & pumpkin spice overnight oatmeal is quick to make, filling & comes with food storage tips. Americans waste 40% of food produced here. Let’s stop it!
A delicious mix of savory and sweet, this cornbread waffle has melted cheddar cheese and is topped off with a salted honey whipped cream and buttered bourbon maple syrup. An indulgent breakfast recipe for your next brunch.
Thai peanut sauce is a treat. If you love Thai food but no fuss, you will love this simple and easy Thai peanut sauce recipe. Made with fried tofu and oven-roasted spinach but great over any of your favorite foods.
Join me for a fun, candid interview with actress and Food Network star Valerie Bertinelli plus a delicious pineapple and Aperol spritzer cocktail recipe inspired by the chat. We talk about food, recipe development, Trump, battle of the network stars, and so much more!
Vanilla bean ice cream with juicy roasted grapes and candied pistachios. Yes, you can candy pistachios! Plus, there are food storage tips so you’ll get the most out of your fresh produce!
This hearty pasta salad is packed with fruit and vegetables, such as fresh figs, strawberries, and cucumbers. Tossed with Koroneiki olive oil to give it a peppery and herbal flavor. Plus, there are food storage tips so you’ll get the most out of your fresh produce!
A true Mexican comfort food turned into delicious vegetarian nachos. This recipe has slow-cooked crockpot beans and a homemade nacho cheese sauce.
This blood orange and fresh herb simple syrup, made with oregano, is a great way to flavor your teas, mixed drinks, shaved ice, or homemade sodas.
Delicious vegetarian pinto beans that are slow-cooked to perfection. This crockpot recipe not only makes great beans, it also makes a great broth for soups and more.