Serves: 4 to 6
Certain foods are synonymous with particular holidays or times of year. For example, few people can imagine celebrating Valentine’s Day without ample supplies of chocolate on hand. And what summer barbecue is complete without grilled hot dogs and hamburgers? While these foods and others are …
The blooming and greening of spring is lovely, but you can’t eat it. The corn is ankle-high, the peaches leave a lot to the imagination, and many farmers and gardeners have barely planted out their tomatoes. But you can always eat Kale Potato Salad.
If you’re craving Tex-Mex and want tons of flavor, you’ll enjoy this chicken dish. As initially written, the recipe provided for two servings. However, I used four chicken breasts, and there was sufficient marinade for the chicken.
Pantry-loading has extended into freezer-stuffing in the pandemic, and that means frozen food items like Stouffer's Lasagna, Hot Pockets and Marie Callender's pies are flying off shelves.
Everyone looks forward to tomatoes. We can’t wait for the peaches and corn. Some of us even get excited about zucchini. But who gets pumped for kohlrabi? Anyone?
Do you or members of your family crave snacks before bed, even after a filling dinner? Here are a few healthy food options from Well+Good that will satisfy cravings and possibly improve sleep:
Some grocery stores are limiting the amount of meat you can buy at one time, so if you're cutting back on how much meat you're buying (or maybe you had already cut back on meat), here are two burgerlike patties you can make.
1/4 cup brown sugar3 Tbsp low-sodium soy sauce 2 cloves garlic, minced1/2 tsp ground ginger Pepper1 1/2 Tbsp vegetable oil, divided 8 boneless, skinless chicken thighs (about 1 3⁄4 lb)2 green onions, sliced1 tsp sesame seeds
I have been celebrating the arrival of spring with helpings of palak paneer, an Indian dish of spinach and homemade cheese. The spinach, pureed, has a thrilling flavor thanks to ginger and serrano peppers and Indian spices. This green sauce envelopes the sweet, nutty cheese, creating a contr…
Instead of braising for hours on the stovetop, I opted to bring out the Instant Pot for a true one “pot” meal. I was able to brown the beef tips, sauté the onions, cook the beef and make the gravy all in one pot!
If you’re looking for the perfect “summer sandwich,” you will love this one! This sandwich is full of flavors and textures. The richness of the tuna is offset by the tangy vinaigrette. The cucumbers and onions both add a gratifying crunch factor. Briny capers pair well with the fresh herbs a…
Perhaps it’s because I empathize with the egg, caged like a bird in its own home. Or maybe it’s because I am feeling broody, like a hen with nothing to incubate, and so the image of the egg sitting so perfectly in its nest brings comfort. Or maybe it’s that my chickens started laying again, …
The national meat shortage has come for Wendy's. The fast food chain says some menu items are unavailable, and one analyst estimates nearly one in five of Wendy's restaurants are out of beef.
Backyard barbecues aren't exactly what they used to be, but the act of smoking meat itself is inherently a solitary activity. Getting up early in the morning to put the meat on the pit and then feeding it wood hours before guests arrive.
Ritz Crackers is recalling a limited amount of its Cheese Cracker Sandwiches Family Size products in the US after there was a mix-up with the packaging.
Cooking at home has become the norm for most people during the COVID-19 pandemic, but as trips to the grocery store have become limited or certain items have become more scarce, you might not have all your favorite ingredients to use to make your meals.
With restaurants across the nation closed for dine-in and most people social distancing, Cinco de Mayo won't be the same this year. But Taco Bell is making celebrating from home a bit easier with new, build-your-own taco kits.
I had never heard of the sweet bites called brigadeiros until I began researching desserts for the Brazilian-themed Olympic meal in 2016. When I saw condensed milk was the main ingredient, I knew this would be a mouthwatering dessert.
“I think I write the way I do because of a vitamin deficiency. I don’t eat any vegetables. I just eat meat and potatoes. I think I’m trying to make up in my songwriting what I lack in vitamins.” — John Prine
ATLANTA — Restaurants across Georgia will be allowed to reopen dine-in areas starting Monday, more than three weeks after Gov. Brian Kemp imposed a shelter-in-place order shutting them down.
I came across a Williams Sonoma cookbook titled “Savoring Italy” for $1 in an antique store in Cave Spring, Georgia. Published in 1999, I feel like this recipe had been waiting patiently for me to come across the book and cook this mouthwatering dish.
In this recipe, steamed carrot takes the place of egg. The thick, orange emulsion is tangy with lemon, and functions as a megaphone for the garlic. It’s good on bread, chips, pasta or straight off the spoon.
Slow Pour Brewing Company in Lawrenceville is making a special limited time IPA brew called "Thank You Note" that will be distributed for free to people working on the front lines.
Gwinnett County residents who are struggling to have food on their tables during the COVID-19 coronavirus disease outbreak have an option for dinner through an effort involving several organizations.
Whether you refer to this side dish as coleslaw or simply slaw, it’s a standby at our house. I love to experiment with slaw dressings, and today’s column will feature several of my family’s long-time favorites.
A brand new farmstand sits on a dirt road on the outskirts of Huson, Montana, population 210. “Out of the way” does not begin to describe this location.
Collins Hill High School junior Christa Campbell, 16, recently started the Gwinnett Meal Bridge, where Gwinnett County residents can buy meals that will be delivered to hospital workers.
The city of Norcross and local restaurants and hospitality groups are teaming up to make sure families in need in that corner of Gwinnett County have access to food to get by during the COVID-19 coronavirus disease outbreak.
This easy-to-adapt recipe from Lindsay Boyers' "The Keto for Two Cookbook" (Adams Media, $16.99) features a trifecta of pork (tenderloin, prosciutto and bacon), but you could adjust the filling to whatever you have on hand. Sauteed greens could replace the frozen spinach, and any kind of sal…
While going to the local bar or pub to meet friends for drinks has turned into virtual happy hours and social distancing socials during the COVID-19 pandemic, enjoying a cold beer or a nice glass of wine or a smooth whiskey have given many adults a welcome distraction from the global crisis.…