It’s easy to make this warming soup of chicken and tomato broth, cabbage greens and other vegetables. Freeze extra to keep you warm all winter long!
You dream about fried chicken and French fries. Is an air fryer the healthy way to your fried-food dreams? Learn how air fryers work and how to use them.
This whole-grain breakfast is rich in fiber and extra filling. Let your slow cooker do the work overnight to save precious time in the morning (and to wake up to a house filled with wonderful kitchen aromas).
Make a splash at your next dinner party with this colorful, sweet, crunchy and heart-healthy salad. (Have leftovers? Add your favorite protein to make a complete meal.)
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Enjoy this tasty, filling Italian soup all year long. Let it warm you up in the fall and winter, and fill it with fresh garden veggies in the summer.
Traditional pie crusts are heavy in saturated fats. Try this alternative that’s healthier and only takes a few minutes to mix together and roll out.
Versatile crepes are fabulous for dressing up dinner or dessert. The thin, flat buckwheat pancakes are simple to make, easy to freeze and do wonders for your leftovers.
Split peas are high in fiber, which can help decrease cholesterol, normalize blood sugars and help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight. All of these things, in turn, support a healthy heart.
This refreshingly different tomato salad pairs heirloom tomatoes with peaches and only requires 15 minutes of prep.
These little open-faced sandwiches make a light, delicious lunch. The recipe relies on first-rate ingredients so make sure your tomato is ripe and that the arugula and goat cheese are fresh.