What's a Super Bowl without wings? In this chicken wing recipe we are seasoning the wings with Old Bay, a favorite spice blend for crab which works just as well with chicken. The wings are tossed with in a sauce make with Old Bay, butter, and lemon ...
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Need a quick side dish of vegetables to go with your meal? Try steam-frying them!
Using this method, you quickly stir-fry vegetables to develop some color, and then steam them until tender. Steam-frying uses less oil than a regular stir-fry, but the vegetables still quickly cook through.
The veggies also pick up a little browning from the stir-fry step and some flavor from the liquid used for the steaming step, making them more exciting than plain steamed vegetables.
You can use this technique to cook just about any vegetable in the fridge, from cauliflower to green beans.
This month we're sharing a few recipes from our friend Tess Masters, The Blender Girl! Tess is our go-to gal for fantastic vegan and gluten-free blender recipes. Check out her newest book The Perfect Blend, available now on Amazon.
Have you ever tried making a savory smoothie?
This non-alcoholic, breakfast-worthy spin on a traditional Bloody Mary cocktail is a splendid (s'blended!) introduction to veggie-based smoothies.
Winter in California is the season for peppery arugula. Several years ago my parents planted some arugula in their garden and for years the arugula would re-seed itself, taking over the entire garden with a flourish, starting in December.
While mature arugula can be almost too intense to eat raw (best for left for cooking), young baby arugula is perfect for salads, and can easily be found in markets these days.
While comfort cooking and speed don't usually coexist, this mildly spicy soup is an exception to the rule. If you made a New Year's resolution to eat a little better this year, this soup will keep you on track. It's not health food — ...
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Hot cocoa may be the most comforting beverage of all time. And while I have fond childhood memories of packets of hot cocoa with tiny hard marshmallows, my taste in hot chocolate has become slightly more sophisticated as an adult.
This Paleo hot chocolate is high on the cocoa content, lower on sugar. It's sweetened with dark amber maple syrup and gets a flavor boost from espresso powder.
Make a double batch of the cocoa syrup base and store it in the fridge so you can have truly great hot chocolate in the time it takes to heat up some milk!
Hi everyone! If you’re like us, after a busy holiday season, we just want to get back to making simple, easy, healthy meals.
To help you kick-start the year, we’ve teamed up with Shipt grocery delivery to put together a menu of some favorite weeknight family-friendly meals, including One Pot Chicken and Orzo, Cauliflower Chickpea Curry, Honey Mustard Baked Salmon and more. Check them out here!
We are also experimenting with a new menu-planning shopping list feature. As you select the recipes you want, a shopping list gets populated with the recipes’ ingredients, which you can easily print out, or view from a smartphone.
Many thanks to Shipt for sponsoring the development of this new meal planning and shopping list feature. Get $15 off grocery delivery when you sign up. Check to see if they are available in your area at Shipt.com.