Soy doesn’t just mean edamame and tofu — it’s also in a variety of foods that you might not be aware of. Learn more about the different forms of soy and why some may be better for you than others.
These lettuce cups are easy to make and fun to eat. I serve mine family-style on a large platter and let everyone make their own. The tofu mixed with beef is a delicious combo that might make a tofu-lover out of your family’s biggest carnivore.
Tired of plain old chicken breast? Dress up shredded chicken with a sweet-and-tangy sauce and then pile it high with pickles for a quick mid-week meal or a weekend picnic.
They may come in pretty little packages, but cupcake calories can sure get ugly. Here are some lighter ways to enjoy these tasty pastries.
Ever since I was a little girl, kasha with bowties was my comfort food. Kasha — or buckwheat — is a fiber-rich whole grain that cooks up with water in about 10 minutes. Flavored with sautéed onions and mixed with bowtie pasta, it’s a combo that everyone will love!
Toast that fat tax refund (or drown your penny-pinching sorrows) with this vibrant libation made from a simple mix of fresh grapefruit, Triple Sec and Champagne. You’ll feel rich clinking these glasses — even if your wallet feels a little lighter.
One must-have for any home cook is a healthy stock. Yes, there are the canned and boxed kinds, but save some money and control the sodium by doing it yourself. Spend a few hours this weekend creating one that you can keep for months.
Eggs aren’t just for breakfast. This combo of onions, potatoes and saffron makes a fabulous omelet for lunch or dinner. I always prep my omelets with farm-fresh eggs from the farmers’ market. Believe me, you’ll taste the difference.
Taste the rainbow and get your daily dose of vitamins from this chopped salad. The EatingWell recipe calls for broccoli, bell peppers, carrots and radishes, but if you find other fresh veggies at the farmers’ market or in your CSA box, toss them in instead. Top it off with two tablespoons of dressing, and you’ve got a simple starter for tonight’s Earth Day dinner.