Bartlett or Anjou pears are used in this salad for their
crisp texture. The nut and cheese combination sets the tone of
the dishwhite Cheddar and pecans is decidedly
Pureed berries give the tangy wine vinegar dressing a
creamy texture that gently clings to the lettuce and fruit. This
is a salad to enjoy when fresh berries are in the market.
This light soup is a great way to slip fresh corn (and
tilapia, of course!) into your late-summer menu. Make it a meal:
Enjoy with a mixed green salad and oyster crackers.
This is a one-skillet meal, reminiscent of diner fare at
roadside restaurants across the U.S. It can be made with either
leftover or raw potatoes.
Roasted apples and Cheddar cheese turn an ordinary mixed
green salad into something extra-special. You can use pears for
this recipe as well.
Nutty and slightly sweet sherry vinegar is a natural
partner for strawberries. This composed salad makes a cool
kickoff for dinner or a nutrition-packed lunch on its own.
These easy tortilla snacks, filled with refried beans,
salsa, corn and cheese, satisfy your Tex-Mex cravings with a
fraction of the fat and calories of the usual fare.
Whether you take it along on a picnic or serve it at home
for a family supper, this updated "fried" chicken is a crowd
pleaser. Marinating the chicken in buttermilk keeps it juicy, and
the light coating of flour, sesame seeds and...
Kids will love making their own pizza, and you'll love it too. It's a fun way to keep the kids happily occupied after school and get dinner out of the way.
These seven snacks are easy to make, fun for the kids and a
few of them even sneak in some healthy ingredients along the way.
Be sure to keep on hand some inexpensive plastic bowls and plates
for outside snacking, plus small resealable plastic bags for
those times you need to take these with you. These recipes are
perfect for field trips, school lunches or after-school