It’s not some fancy new berry. Goat Berry Muffins get their name from two key ingredients: goat milk and berries. Give these tasty muffins a try!
Channel a warmer season this winter with Citrus Coconut Chicken. Zesty orange and a tropical hint of coconut subtly flavor your poultry.
Ah, spring! Here in Tennessee, a thousands greens explode on the scene, along with pastel blooms that burst open throughout the season. It’s glorious. It’s also when we start eating more salad greens, dressed up in pretty colors: like Mandarin Coconut Salad. I first became acquainted with mandarin oranges as a child—the kind that came…
Escape to Provence with Poulet Papillon Provencal: an elegant, yet rustic take on chicken.
Mirepoix is the “holy trinity” of French stocks like this classic chicken stock. Make it stovetop or with Instant Pot!
Flavorful and lovely, Incredible Carrot Cake evolved from a rich carrot history and helped this writer overcome a carrot & raisin hang-up.
Peanut Meatballs in Jelly Sauce takes throwback Thursday into vintage Southern recipe mode. Enjoy an old-school party treat for dinner … or serve up an old-school appetizer at your next party.
With a blend of seafood, the Holy Trinity of Cajun cuisine, roux and wine, seafood gumbo is worthy of special family gatherings or a date night in.
Humans have been eating asparagus for more than 2,000 years. Roasted asparagus is a tasty, quick and easy recipe for this healthy, low calorie veggie.
Maple salmon is a festive and flavorful fish dish baked en papillote in a swirl of maple syrup, ginger, and lemon.
A favorite of shrimp lovers, this shrimp scampi recipe will even tolerate frozen shrimp deliciously nestled in angel hair beds.
Bursting with tomatoes, lemon and Italian seasonings, let Sunny Italian Smoothie bring some warmth and sunshine into your day.
Portobellos have a meaty texture without the myriad concerns humans have with meat. They make a great filling for this pocket-style stuffed bread.
What’s better than baby goats in pajamas? A warm broccoli goat milk smoothie!
Take a classic comfort food in new directions with ginger and lemon zest for a soothing soup with a tangy taste.
When it comes to flavor combinations, you can’t go wrong with apples and pork chops. Grab a pan and cook up a comforting meal.
Is it chili in here? Add some heat to molten chocolate, and you’ve got chocolate chili lava cake. Made for two, but scalable for one or more.
Vegstershire, anyone? Eliminate the anchovies and other non-vegan pitfalls with this tasty vegan Worcestershire substitute.
For game day, Monday or just because: Red Beans & Rice. Twice as nice with a vegan and non-vegan version.
Matza, matzo, matzah…. Any way you spell it, it’s a soup worth making. And whether you make a traditional non-vegetarian, vegetarian, or vegan version, there’s a way to make it work for you.
Homemade flour tortillas are fun to make, especially if you have a tortilla press (even if you don’t) and fun to eat, too. Roll ‘em out, cook ‘em up, fill ‘em up, eat ‘em up. Mmmm….
Ever been two-stepping? The dance steps are easy—slow, slow, quick quick. This easy-to-make, slow-cooked chili feels a little like a two-step and puts some warmth in your belly.
Is it really a pie if it doesn’t have crust? I say, yes, please. And may I have another?
A classic chili with Italian overtones. A blend of classic chili ingredients is complemented by mild Italian sausage and bell pepper. It’s a warm and hearty dish for a chilly winter’s day.
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