Parsley is a brilliant burst of green — chock-full of health benefits that you’ll miss out on if you banish it to the edge of your plate!
Don’t tear that mint out of your garden just yet. While it’s an invasive plant that drives many a gardener crazy, spearmint (Mentha viridis or Mentha spicata) can be controlled with a little foresight, so you can put it to good use.
Rosmarinus officinalis, or common rosemary, is an evergreen that’s related to mint – with a distinctive piney aroma. But besides its uplifting scent, why should you reach for rosemary when you’re cooking up your next dish?
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Here’s how to prepare a fish rub with fresh, simple ingredients to prevent unhealthy charring during grilling.
This savory Thai vegetarian dish offers a flavorful, healthy dinner or lunch option. Serve over a whole grain, such as brown rice or couscous, for extra fiber and vitamins.
Contributor: Neha Vyas, MD, Family Medicine Who doesn’t love the smell of freshly cut herbs? However, there’s one aromatic leaf that can produce a distinctly negative reaction: coriandrum satvium, commonly known as cilantro. Cilantro is one of the most polarizing herbs people use in modern cooking. Around since the second millennium BCE, its fruits, leaves … Read More
This delicious roasted cauliflower cheddar soup is seasoned with thyme and rosemary for superb flavor. Use reduced-fat chicken broth, low-fat milk and reduced fat cheese to keep the fat and calories in check. Ingredients 1 head cauliflower 4 whole cloves garlic 1 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 cup diced yellow or white onion 1/2 teaspoon dried … Read More
You don’t need food coloring or dyes to color your food. Have fun experimenting with natural food coloring — which also means added nutrients. Here are nine natural ways to do it.