Who knew kabocha squash could be so tasty? The fact that you don’t have to spend an hour peeling it makes it even better.
Add pumpkin seeds for the win.
Forgo boring penne for a more inventive pasta salad. Think ravioli with pumpkin seeds, cilantro, and oil-cured olives.
Veg heads, take note.
Palate cleanser or palate pleaser? Why not both? This herbaceous take on Bibb lettuce is as refreshing as it gets.
Stay true to your roots (and tubers).
Get your soup pot boiling.
So you think cauliflower is broccoli’s ugly stepsister? False. Serve the white florets alongside caramelized onions and tahini and there’s no going back.
Watch the step-by-step video.
Proffer a side of Mediterranean gusto topped with a nutty anchovy sauce.
Snap your stalks and follow the recipe.
Starch swimming in mayo? We’ll pass. Swap in this delectable side for a new picnic classic.
Whip up a batch.
Sub zucchini for chickpeas for an even healthier appetizer.
Get your dip on.
Kale, schmale. Toss mizuna (Japanese lettuce) with strawberries, goat cheese, and balsamic vinegar for a tart field of greens.
My, how your garden grows.
Hearty lentils, fragrant ginger, and crisp fruit make for one satisfying soup.
Warm up your kitchen.
Keep it fresh by alternating between forkfuls of fruit and feta.
Make this summery salad today.
For all the hype it’s seen, the superfood is best when sauteed and garnished with almonds and raisins.
Heat up your pan.
Bring stale bread back to life in the classic Italian salad.
Soak things up.
A vegan lentil dish accompanied by onion-chili sambol that takes no longer than a half hour from start to table? Yes, please.
Fire up South Asian flavor.
Why broil or fry when you can let lime juice do the cooking for you?
Discover the citrus secret.
Taste(bud) the rainbow with a chilled soup that goes down spicy and sweet.
Get those spoons ready.
When we first heard of millet, we thought it was birdseed. Turns out, it’s delicious, full of protein, gluten free, and filling.
Get to pecking.
Get mouths watering with this Mexican take on shrimp cocktail.
Start marinating with this dish.
Mangoes, spinach, and bell pepper give the kid-friendly dish unexpected bite.
Try the updated classic.
Piquant rice vinegar and apricot preserves make the Asian-inspired chicken dish a standout.
Leave no stomach empty.
Not sure what to do with leftover leek stalks? Here’s an ingenious solution: blanch, puree, and spoon over eggs or fish.
Go the (nautical) mile to find the freshest bass. Any variety will do — from striped to black or even a nice branzino.
Watch out for bones.
Go fish for a quick dinner to please everyone’s palate.
Reel ’em in.
Sometimes [someone else’s] nonna does it best.
Find out how.
Winner, winner nutritional dinner.
Create this sweet and sour dish.
The bounty of a fruitful garden reveals the appeal of canning (kind of). But we’d rather dive in immediately.
Toss this easy dish together in no time.
Lemon juice, tarragon, and chives add zest to the traditional lunch box staple.
Pack a picnic basket.
Where’s the beef? Right here next to a toothsome mint sauce.
A thrilla from the grill-a.
Cutting back on dairy? Learn to make its most popular alternative at home.
Watch the video to get started.
Brimming with whole grains and seeds, it’s the (real) breakfast of champions.
Try a spoonful today.
Spruce up apricots, strawberries, and grapefruit with a dash of mint and honey.
Serve a bowl of sweetness.
Sweetened with maple syrup, the blend’s mix of dried fruit and shredded coconut gives your breakfast a tropical buzz.
It’s time to wake and bake.
Whip up a cold-weather Italian favorite that swaps monkfish for veal and throws in a couple of superfoods for good measure. Accompanying glass of red strongly recommended.
Cozy up to comfort.
Get tangled up in a new superfood. This healthful salad stars wakame (a.k.a. the green bits floating in your miso soup) and freshly grated ginger.
Fix a snack.
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