A mixture of tomatoes, spinach, feta, olives and fresh oregano gives portobellos a Mediterranean vibe in this healthy stuffed mushroom recipe. Serve these along with chicken, fish or tofu as a super-satisfying side dish, or add a hearty salad and make them the centerpiece of a vegetarian dinner.
Greek Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
Whether you’re looking for a little more calm or a peaceful night’s sleep, you might reach for plant-based therapies to help you relax. Many plants have traditional uses as tinctures and teas for promoting calm and sleep, and now modern science is uncovering why.
Many sedative drugs activate GABA receptors, which inhibits excessive brain ...Read more
With the advent of frozen all-butter puff pastry available for the home cook, we can make many inventive dishes that are Seriously Simple. I’ve made my share of desserts with commercial puff pastry, but this is my first attempt at a first course or appetizer. I wanted to prepare a simple summer tart that was full of lively flavors. I mean what...Read more
I stopped by the farmers market yesterday and couldn’t resist picking up some baby potatoes — two bags of them! My plan was to cut them up and roast them, but then I remembered a recipe I love to make when these baby potatoes are in season: smashed potatoes.
These golden nuggets look like little potato pancakes and can be served alongside ...Read more
Homemade potato chips always seem so luxurious: They’re crispy, perfectly salted, and the potato flavor really shines through. And while they typically require a vat of hot oil and a lot of patience (you have to constantly keep the chips moving), air fryer potato chips are ready in less than an hour — no hot oil required.
Whether you’re looking for an easy, crowd-pleasing brunch dish or a weeknight dinner that doesn’t require a trip to the store, a frittata is always the answer. The Italian egg dish is as simple as it is versatile, and will never let you down.
While it’s tempting to fill a frittata with a whole hodgepodge of stuff, keeping things simple ...Read more
Times change and so do attitudes. If we were around in 1883 and reading the Union Signal newspaper, we would have been alerted to the moral, ethical and spiritual dangers of — pie.
For 70 years, the Union Signal was the weekly national newspaper of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, an organization that is still active today, by the ...Read more
Grilling is a preferred cooking method for a lot of people in summer. Yet there are times when it's so hot and humid outside that the last place you want to be is standing over a hot grill, dripping sweat.
Those nights, when you're still craving a burger, why not make them in a skillet?
Smash burgers — the apt name for balls of hamburger ...Read more
Among the suite of sugary baked goods in the Little Debbie brand, few can claim such a cult following as Oatmeal Creme Pies. Due to their exalted status, the new Oatmeal Creme Pies Cereal has big shoes to fill. Though their iconic texture and cream filling could not be miniaturized, Kellogg’s recaptured the flavor of this classic snack. This ...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS — Fruit, flowers, herbs — nothing says summer more than the bounty from farmers markets or our own gardens. Those fresh ingredients that fill our baskets are also the best places to start when crafting summer cocktails.
"We're seasonal drinkers here in Minnesota," said Christian Kyllonen, a bartender at Nolo's Kitchen and its ...Read more
You can have this homemade quiche ready in just 25 minutes. It’s a warm, inviting quiche supper, without fussing with pastry dough. The secret to saving time and calories is to use bread crumbs for the crust instead. You can still slice and serve the quiche with this crust.
— You can use any type of mushrooms. If using meaty...Read more
NEWBERRY, S.C. — Rex Woolbright was sorting through his late uncle Logan Drake's estate in Newberry when he came across an old-looking, still-corked bottle of whiskey.
"It was a bottle, and that was it," recalled Woolbright.
He couldn't have been more wrong.
That bottle of whiskey is estimated to have been produced between 1763-1803, making...Read more
Little Caesars, the Detroit-based national pizza chain, has just introduced a vegetarian-friendly pizza topped with plant-based pepperoni slices.
Little Caesars partnered with Greenleaf Foods Field Roast brand, maker of plant-based meat and cheese products, to launch its Planteroni pizza in five U.S. markets, including Detroit. The plant-based ...Read more
Fresh mint appears twice here: finely chopped mint in the dressing and whole mint leaves in the strawberry chicken salad, tossed with tender greens.
Strawberry Chicken Salad with Mint & Goat Cheese
Active Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
1 pound chicken cutlets
6 tablespoons olive oil, divided
3/4 teaspoon salt, divided
Eating a single serving of mushrooms each day increases intake of micronutrients, including those that are widely under-consumed, such as vitamin D, according to research. The study involved the addition of common mushrooms — white, cremini and portabella — to dietary data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. A half-cup...Read more
During every season, I find reasons why I like that season the best. In summer, it is the easiest to declare summer is the best! Complicated cooking is out the window and replaced with dishes that are barbecued, salads that require little or no cooking, and raw fruits and vegetables that are sweet and succulent. Tomatoes are brightly colored in ...Read more
Kary Osmond is not filing a recipe this week.
This rich, smoky bacon mayo is the condiment equivalent of the song of the summer. Once you make it, you’ll have it on repeat all season long. And who could blame you? Adding bacon fat and super-crispy bacon pieces to a simple DIY mayo gives you a flavor-packed spread that’s delicious on almost anything (as evidenced by the list below). And ...Read more
A frosty lemon slushy is quintessential beach fare (I’m looking at you, Del’s), but you don’t have to head to the boardwalk to enjoy one. Amazingly, it only takes a few simple ingredients to whip one up at home, and it’s bound to keep you cool all summer long. So grab some lemons, a bag of ...Read more
SEATTLE — Summertime is here, it's hot out, so cool off with the ultimate iced beverage: boba — commonly served as a sticky sweet milk tea, with warm, chewy tapioca pearls.
Growing up in the early 2000s, I recall begging my dad to drive my sister and me (although my boba-loving father didn't take much convincing) 20 minutes to the closest ...Read more