If your menu seems to always have the same rotating list of meal options, maybe it’s time to expand your palate. But how? Here are some more unusual foods that maybe haven’t made it to your grocery list yet and some suggestions on how to prepare them. Quinoa – Quinoa is a seed although it is
Just because you are eating healthier, doesn’t mean you need to give up pie. Dessert can definitely be part of a well-balanced diet. If you want to add a little sweetness to your Thanksgiving menu, check out these healthy pie recipes for inspiration. These delectable yummies clock in at around 200 calories per serving (more
If you’re well past the age of trick or treating, there’s no reason to skip out on the fun. We’ve collected 10 sweet treats to help you enjoy the season. On a special diet such as vegan or paleo? Don’t worry, there are treats in here for you too! Pear, Apple & Cranberry Tarte Tatin
This week only, it’s our Incredible Bulk Sale, where you can save 15% off your bulk purchase!* If you’ve always skipped the bulk aisle (or just need a refresher), here are 10 foods (and non-foods) you can buy in bulk to save big bucks. Bonus? We’ve included recipes to help get you cooking using bulk
It’s time to dust off the soup pot and whip up something warm! Fall is finally here and you can easily chase the chill away with these 10 super soups. (Bonus: Many of these soup recipes are featured in our Deli on the daily. See if you can spot your favorite on this list and
Pizza. Pasta. Soup. Easy foods like these are great, but sometimes that’s all you end up eating. Ready to shake up your menu? Add these simple, flavorful Asian recipes to your weekly meal plan and wake up your taste buds! Chinese Beef and Broccoli – You don’t need take out to enjoy this popular Chinese
Whether your garden is providing a plethora of produce or you pop by the local farmers market or Co-op to procure some, it’s fun to find new and fresh ways to use up the bounty available to us in late summer. Here are some freshly picked recipes to help you savor the flavors of summer.
Garden Vegetable Saute – This tempeh, zucchini and tomato saute is packed with flavor, fiber, and a lot of other goodness.
Garden Vegetable Bake – Fresh local produce and the super grain, quinoa, star in this hearty dish.
Kale Walnut Pesto with Sun-Dried Tomatoes – No need to wait until summer’s basil bounty to make pesto—you can enjoy a flavorful kale pesto any time of the year. Valued as much for its taste and texture as its nutrients, this kale pesto is simple and robust and is delicious tossed with pasta or as a sauce for pizza or a crostini. This is also an excellent use for extra kale from the garden or CSA share—and it freezes well to boot.
Grilled Veggies with Smoked Paprika Vinaigrette – Topped with a paprika, fresh basil and Dijon vinaigrette, this grilled veggie salad is bursting with flavor.
Summer Vegetable Quiche – This tasty basic quiche recipe can be easily adapted with your choice of in-season and local ingredients.
Hot days call for cool treats and we’ve got you covered. Dig into this roundup of sweet summer treats that will help you beat the heat while still saying (mostly) healthy. Easy Pavlova – Light meringue is layered with whipped cream and topped with fresh fruit. Cut back the sugar to 1 cup to lighten
While lots of summer menus feature beef, pork, or chicken, there are plenty of fantastic vegan and vegetarian dishes out there filled with both fun and flavor. Whether you are looking for a main dish or a side, give your summer menu a meatless makeover with these recipes. Chickpea Burgers – These chickpea burgers are similar
With Cinco de Mayo just around the corner, we thought it would be fun to share some of our favorite Mexican recipes that are sure to make your mouth water.
- Charred Pepper Tacos – Roasted peppers add sweetness to these zippy and satisfying tacos.
- Chicken Chilaquiles – Change up taco night, or weekend breakfast, with this easy, comforting Mexican dish.
- Chicken Tomatillo Casserole – Spice up your dinner with this easy chicken and tortilla casserole.
- Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers – Spicy food fans will find plenty to cheer about with these jalapeños stuffed with spiced pork and smoked cheddar.
- Chorizo and Avocado Salsa – Spice up your party (or just an afternoon snack!) with chorizo sausage and avocado salsa.
- Black Bean Taquitos – These simple and tasty taquitos make a delicious lunch, dinner or appetizer.
- Tempeh Taco Filling – Tempeh, made from fermented soybeans, gives a deep flavor and meaty texture to Dana Tomlin’s vegetarian taco filling.
Chicken Quesadillas with Salad and Chipotle-Lime Dressing – The quesadilla is the grilled cheese of Mexico—and you can make them as plain or fancy as you desire.Green Enchilada Pie – Layered like lasagna, this enchilada casserole is easy and delicious. Great with a side of rice and a dollop of guacamole.
- Chilaquiles Casserole – This easy to make enchilada-style chilaquiles casserole is packed with tasty and nutritious beans and vegetables.
Whether you’re prepping for Passover and Easter or thinking ahead to family reunions and graduations, this list of fresh spring party recipes will help you set the table for your celebrations. Fresh Berry Cream Tartlets – If our feature photo has your mouth watering, these babies are for you! These cute little tarts are perfect
Say that ten times fast! Then after you do, dig into these 10 Irish recipes (both traditional and not-so-much) that will fill your plate and your belly. Irish Bangers & Mash – A traditional Irish dish. And the translation? Sausage and mashed potatoes (this recipe features cabbage in the mash!). Irish Soda Bread – If you