Usually entrees are not only the stars of meals, but of leftovers the next day, too. Don't shun your sides, though. In fact, they often can do double-duty and easily transform into the centerpiece of an entirely new meal.
When you are dealing with vegetable-based side dishes, the news gets even better. You can energize a main dish with the ...Read more
I could say one of my new favorite recipes is from Rachael Ray, but that wouldn't really be true. It's not a recipe. It's just a few words the famed cook said on her talk show while I was researching an article and folding laundry that stuck in my mind, and I immediately put them into action for a quick lunch that day.
And then another time ...Read more
You can go green when you eat bark. This is true even if you don't deliciously decide to include mint or spinach in the mix. However, those are two of the trendy, nutritious ways you can increase the bite of your bark.
Traditionally a confection, bark these days can even be slightly spicy and savory. It is a chocolate-covered delight that ...Read more
Whether it's your guests at a dinner party or your family during a weekday supper, they'll probably be impressed if the steaming dish that awaits them is lobster bisque, lemon-pepper shrimp pasta with fresh thyme, crab etouffe or salmon risotto.
Canned seafood proves ritzy ingredients don't need to have ritzy price tags. Thanks to butter, ...Read more
Whether it's a pretzel or hot dog vendor in New York City, a taco truck in Los Angeles, or a cart in the Mexican state of Baja California, or their counterparts dotting the thoroughfares of Thailand or Vietnam, street food provides its own unique roadmap of the culinary, cultural and historical sides of a country, region, city or even just a ...Read more