If you're anything like me, you're looking for any and all ways to use apple cider right about now. I don't know why it's so hard to find during the rest of the year considering apples are always available, but I'll happily fit 12 months of consumption into two if needed.Read Full Story
No matter how often I make it, I still get a kick out of spaghetti squash. I love to discover the yellow strands of veggie "spaghetti" tucked inside, not to mention the fact that it makes a great gluten-free (and low-carb) substitute for the real deal.Read Full Story
If you're anything like me, you strive to provide healthy meals for your family most days of the week. But if you're also anything like me, then you know that sometimes this is easier said than done. That's why I was thrilled to sit down with celebrity chef Gina Neely to talk about how she manages to sneak veggies into weeknight meals.Read Full Story
Trying to figure out something my entire family will love can be a bit overwhelming when it comes to mealtime in my house. Dinnertime can be very challenging with a picky eater and a vegetarian to consider when planning dinners. We all love Mexican food, and we all enjoy things a bit on the spicy side, so behold, this spicy enchilada quinoa casserole was born.Read Full Story
My idea behind these lettuce wraps came from the savory appetizers I've had in a few Chinese restaurants. To keep things meatless, I combined homemade soy chorizo with lentils and some red bell pepper. Then I scooped the mixture into crisp, green lettuce leaves and topped them with a cilantro cream sauce. The flavors and textures of this dish are amazing, perfect to serve as a meatless starter.Read Full Story
Muffins can turn out dry, and they can sometimes end up including more not-so-healthy ingredients than you think. This recipe offers a nutritional bonus from quinoa (yes, quinoa!) for a treat you'll love.Read Full Story
You might think casseroles are a thing of the past, but they are surfacing again in kitchens all around the nation, hoping someone notices them. Their simplicity and ease of preparation made them a staple in the 1950s, so why not a comeback with our presently hectic lifestyles?Read Full Story
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