This is a recipe I experimented with to try to get a good amount of vitamins, calcium, protein and fiber in my diet. The great part of this is that I don't get bored with it (even though I drink it every day) because I can change the type of fruit I use whenever I want.
Kids love it and it's easy to make in minutes, but you're concerned about the preservatives and other not-so-natural ingredients listed on the back of its box. Sound familiar? The kind customer who sent us her request for a natural version of a popular "out-of-the-box meal" said, "Help! My family loves beef stroganoff. Could you give me a healthy alternative?" Yes, we sure can, and thanks for asking.
If you're done much research in the realm of barbecue, you may have come across a spice mixture, credited to the great barbecue pitmaster Mike Mills, known as "magic dust." It is a marvelous, intoxicating mix of...
This recipe comes from the restaurant quot;Brennan'squot; located in New Orleans. No one has to know how simple and quick it is. I posted this recipe exactly as it was in the book, however, if you like a little quot;heatquot; please feel free to add some cayenne pepper to taste.
Calzones are a favorite in my house, not only for a relaxed weekend dinner but also for wrapping up, freezing, and eating for lunches all week long. Lunch or dinner, they're the perfect little "hot pockets" (ahem!) of cheese, veggies, and leftover meat. Here's how to make them.
This is my new favourite recipe for pizza dough; it's so easy and works so well. I was watching a recent episode ("Pizza Party") of his show and went to the web as soon as it was over to get the recipe. Here it is, but the instructions are different than what you'll find on the web as I use my heavy-duty mixer rather than make this by hand. Enjoy!
As you eat this unique recipe the juicy, roasted tomatoes break apart into the pasta to make the sauce right on your plate. People at the table might not even notice the extra serving of vegetables you "hid" by grating squash into the pasta, but the flavor will make it a winner.
An easy-to-throw-together, affordable stew that feeds a crowd. Top bowlfuls of this beefy tomato and corn stew with dollops of sour cream and spoonfuls of your favorite salsa. Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available as Whole Foods Market Brands.
Note on the biscuits: I used Pillsbury biscuits for this recipe. One roll of "Buttermilk" biscuits yields ten small (about 2 1/2-inch inches in diameter) doughnuts and ten tiny doughnut holes. You'll need a 1/2-inch round cutter to punch out...
We are big fans of quinoa, the "supergrain" (which is actually a seed) that's high in protein, iron, and fiber. It has a great fluffy texture and nutty taste, and cooks so quickly that we turn to it often for weeknight meals. However, plain quinoa can get a little monotonous, so we came up with a recipe to dress it up a little while taking advantage of the organic grapes we've been finding all over our farmers' market.