This quick and easy potato recipe is unique, savory and delicious. Get Alison Needham's fantastic recipe here.
Veggie-filled frittatas are delightfully quick, versatile, and inexpensive. Here, cheerful summer squash is paired with the summery flavors of pesto -- basil, parmesan, and pine nuts -- though you could substitute a spoonful of prepared pesto if you have some handy. If your garden or market is spilling over with other vegetables, use them instead, cooked and added to the eggs with an herb and cheese of your choice.
This is soup at its most basic — a great way to use up any vegetables malingering in your fridge.
When trying to get your little one to eat vegetables, try this kid-friendly recipe for Snow Peas with Asian Peanut-Butter.
Artichokes are like lobsters: They take a long time to eat and make a handy vehicle for shoveling melted butter into yourself. But they have way more antioxidants than lobster, they're much less expensive, and you don't have to chase them around your kitchen with a broom, screaming, before you boil them alive.
Fun tips to get your kids to eat their veggies.
OK, so the kids noticed on the
calendar that Easter is approaching and they want to make a
huge production of dyeing eggs. In the past, the little
stickers you bought at the store sufficed,...
When you and the rest of the clan are bored with the same old sandwich for lunch, surprise everyone with these simple and tasty wraps that pack a punch.
The trick to getting your kids to eat the lunch you pack is all about making it look cool. Start with a colorful lunchbox and fill it with fun-size, good-for-you treats. We're pretty sure they won't want to trade.