Potatoes have never looked so good. Plus, try our best scalloped potatoes, delicious potato soups, and twice baked potato recipes! From Country Living
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Whether you’re an avid Pinterest-er or not, it’d be hard to deny that most of the dishes shared on the site look absolutely delicious (and pretty darn inventive too). And now, the photo-sharing website has done a roundup of its top 100 predicted trends for 2017, including its top culinary crazes. We can imagine that we’ll be seeing plenty of them at trendy London pop ups – and hopefully our dinner tables. These delectable lip glosses are made from REAL WINE Coping with an eating disorder over Christmas
Photography by Roy Beeson Designer of ultra-popular handbags Clare Vivier loves to entertain in her Craftsman house in Echo Park, Los Angeles. Vivier lives there with her husband, Thierry, their 12-year-old son, Oscar, and their dog, Paco. In true L.A. fashion, they utilize their outdoor/indoor space and have both a formal dining room and a dining space on the back patio (where they eat more often). Here, three recipes Vivier will be making this Thanksgiving for her family. ...
Designer Lela Rose, who is known for her feminine party dresses, is no stranger to entertaining. Here are her top 3 recipes for Thanksgiving, including baked oysters, steamed turkey, and her mother’s own Upside-Down Pear Gingerbread Cake.
Often, a good homemade vegetable stock does the trick, but sometimes it’s not quite enough — and this is where I’ve become unapologetically predictable with a trick that has saved many dishes.
Chili was a serious point of contention in my household. It took my beef-averse sister years to convince my dad to switch to chicken; my mom prefers fewer beans and more peppers. And no one but me likes my version with smoked paprika. My family’s chili issues are a sort of microcosm of the larger chili-eating world: There’s the Texas crew, who insist beans and tomatoes should stay far away.
Hearty vegetable soups can be made on the weekend, portioned into jars (or your favorite lunch vessel), and zapped in the office microwave.
We all have one: The dish we’ve made up over the years (or our parents, friends, or family members passed along), that doesn’t necessarily count as a real recipe, but we make it ALL the time anyway.
Creamy, high-protein soy milk is a staple in Asia, where estimates peg 95% of the population as lactose-intolerant. Related: Non-Dairy Milks: Which to Make, Which to Buy Since soy milk is calcium-rich and contains the equivalent amount of protein as cow’s milk, it’s regarded as the closest match to dairy. While cow’s milk is very sweet, thanks to lactose (milk sugar), soy milk is more savory in flavor, with very subtle bean-y notes. To fortify, add calcium tablets or protein powder to the finished soy milk, then blend.
Snacking doesn’t typically count as an actual meal, but if it did, it would be our favorite meal of the day. We love munching between breakfast, lunch, and dinner — and let’s not forget between dinner and breakfast. But, it can be tough to find good snacks that are healthy. Ahead, find easy recipes from around the web that will keep you satisfied without reaching for the chips and candy.
Cooking in a small kitchen can turn anyone into a minimalist. A cake pan? Forget about it; birthdays only come once a year. A toaster oven? Let your broiler do the work! But the one must-have tool you must keep in your cooking arsenal is the muffin tin.
During the Super Bowl, while my husband is in front of the television yelling about bad play calls, I’ll be in the kitchen enjoying some of my favorite Super Bowl recipes. I’m going to make chips and dips, onion rings, jalapeño poppers and chicken wings just to name a few. Some of our recipes for these favorite snacks use an easy, mess free oven-fry technique that gives food a crispy golden crust and moist interior. It tastes like fried food, but it’s better for you.
It’s definitely possible to make inexpensive meals that are actually good for you, but they need to be easy and delicious or you won’t stick with it.
At one point this past summer (a point that I’m not particularly proud of), I ate burgers for dinner for an entire week straight. In my defense, I was on a burger-high from discovering Ashley Rodriguez’s special burger sauce, had just discovered that my Emergency-Use-Only Fire Escape doubled as the perfect Burger-Eating Nook, and was doing “research” for an article. My recipe was simple and unchanging: I layered buns swiped with Ashley’s sauce, a freshly-ground patty, a tomato slice, onion rounds, and arugula.
Put away the computer and the cookbooks and use ingredients that double as recipes. Here are 11 back-of-the-box recipes that are the best of the bunch.
Even on a budget, it’s still possible to put a healthy (and delicious) dinner on the table every night. These 10 dishes from Food Network Kitchens feed a family of four for about $10 per meal.
Each January, we resolve to do better. Many of us resolve to eat better, too. Whether you’re looking to cut down on the cookies, add a few vegetables to your diet, or simply make more use of your kitchen, these recipes will help you welcome the new year. They will help you clean out your diet without sacrificing any flavor, and they will provide a welcome respite from weeks of sweets and parties. We think that 2016 is off to a delicious start.