There are endless options when it comes to Super Bowl snacks. They may be delivious, but they're not usually all that healthy. If you're going to a Game Day party or hosting one yourself and are in search of a healthier alternative on what to serve, here's a super "bowl" meal that's sure to be a winner.
Beans are healthy. Beans are delicious. But, best of all, beans are cheap. And when the winter wind bites, nothing soothes and warms like a hardy, veggie-ful soup. This recipe for Farmhouse Bean Soup brings together a host of inexpensive but nutritious ingredients for a dish that will be just the thing after you’ve braved the cold. Enjoy!
It's the season for entertaining and that may mean you're scrambling for ways to keep your guests' taste buds happy and delighted. If that sounds like you, we're happy to share this appetizer recipe with you. It's a little unusual and requires just a little patience, but the outcome is delicious. Your guests will agree.
Garnet yams are definitely crave-worthy–a deep flavor with a subtle sweetness unlike any other vegetable, they pack a powerful nutritional punch. This recipe combines yams with chickpeas and millet for the firmness and bite of a burger, then brings it all up a notch with the distinct flavors of cumin, chili, and Worcestershire sauce, creating an impressive main or side for vegetarian and non-vegetarian guests alike.
Gone are the halycon days of hot summer. But that's OK. The are delights inside to look forward, like this recipe for Pear and Blue Cheese Flatbread. It's dead easy to make and it takes advantage of some wonderful autumnal flavors. A perfect appetizer for an evening in the kitchen with friends!
Braised sweet and sour cabbage is a versatile recipe with lots of "add on" potential. It’s a no-gluten ingredient dish that pairs well with many of the deeper flavors of fall. This recipe can be adjusted in a number of ways.