Teriyaki glazed salmon is a gourmet restaurant favorite, and there is no end to the variations. Instead of reaching for a bottled glaze, this simple homemade teriyaki glaze will make you look like a star in your own kitchen.
If you have friends who love deviled eggs and jalapeno poppers, surprise them with Beet Pickled Deviled Eggs at your next party. Great for tailgating and home sporting events.
I could never understand those who turned up their noses at casseroles. I love them! It’s the easiest way to get your protein, vegetables, and starches all in one dish with little fuss. This chicken mushroom rice casserole uses an easy homemade sauce, so no cream-or-anything soups that are loaded […]
It’s so difficult to eat healthily at parties. With this delicious pesto white bean broccoli dip, you don’t have to feel guilty while enjoying an appetizer. The pesto really ramps up the flavor. It’s a great take-off on hummus or tahini for those on a diet, yet flavorful enough to please everyone, dieting or not. Best of all, it goes together quickly.
You’re on a calorie-restricted diet but crave rich, chocolate brownies. What to do? Registered dietician and author, Tina Ruggiero comes to the rescue with this chunky chocolate brownies recipe that cuts the calories, yet still delivers that rich chocolate punch you’ve been craving.
This winning take on Rice-A-Roni is infinitely more flavorful than the box, and it takes about the same amount of time. Orzo is a rice-shaped pasta that takes the place of the broken spaghetti strands found in Rice-A-Roni. The result is creamy with Parmesan cheese and flecked with morsels of […]
The crockpot is usually used for slow-cooking savory foods. You might be surprised that it also works for baking and desserts. Take a look at this irresistible raspberry chocolate chip bread, and I’m sure you’ll be looking at your crockpot in an entirely new light.
The eating of apples and honey are traditional for Rosh Hashanah. The practice signifies a hope for a sweet and prosperous new year. You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy these little sweet challah rolls. You will want to keep the recipe handy for year-round use, not just for holidays.