This simple combination of corn, mushrooms and bacon goes
with everything from burgers to lightly scrambled eggs and
While everyone else is into wraps these days, I'm back at roll-ups. Wraps are good, don't get me wrong; but for kids they're generally too big and too full. Little hands need something easier to get a grip on, and my kids like plain old roll-up sandwiches. This is their favorite.
If you don't have leftover ham, you could make this with deli ham (just cut it into strips, or else have them slice it thick and then you can dice it), with cooked bacon, with leftover turkey, or utterly meatless. It will still be good.
Your child is sure to have a screaming good time this Halloween with these scary edibles. These fun recipes will help you create a creepy atomosphere and spookfest to remember.
"Teriyaki" roughly translates as "old-fashioned cliché." Homemade teriyaki plays with the ingredients, but it's just as good as the real thing in this delicious retro recipe.
My grandmother's meatloaf was always made with cornflakes instead of bread crumbs, which makes it slightly lighter in texture.
Chile Verde, usually a slow-cooked stew of pork,
jalapeños and tomatillos, becomes an easy weeknight meal
with quick-cooking ground beef and store-bought green salsa. Make
it a Meal: Serve with fresh cilantro, red onion...
Need a little summertime flavor? Try this swift recipe and
enjoy a "barbecue" indoors.
Pay tradition its due with these fun ideas and kosher recipes for the Passover Seder and beyond.
Pork tenderloin, white beans and kale combine perfectly in
this quick and hearty soup. Make it a meal: Serve with warm
crusty bread and sliced manchego cheese.