Broiled eggs and veggies work well for breakfast or lunch. Make a small portion for one or two, or break out the big cast iron for Sunday brunch.
Planning a get together to countdown to midnight on New Year's Eve? Serve up some cranberry rosemary punch and goat cheese stuffed dates.
Add fresh rosemary or countless other additions to these classic shortbread cookies – lemon zest, hazelnuts, almonds, lavender, or ginger.
Substitute water for chicken stock for a vegetarian version of this soup, and leave out the heavy cream to go vegan or dairy-free. However you make it, this simple soup will please a crowd.
These scones can be made in the food processor, and come out moist and sturdy. Use the dough as a template and add your choice of dried fruit and spices.
Summer isn't quite over yet! Roast some chiles and throw them in with eggs, onions, corn, zucchini, and cheese for a lovely weekend frittata.
Ever thought about jump starting your day with vegetables? Mix some kale with sweet pineapple into a smoothie and you'll forget this is a 'good for you' breakfast.
Itching for a summer project? Try making your own yogurt! With milk, active cultures, and a little bit of time you'll have the creamiest, smoothest yogurt you've ever tasted.
Celebrate summer with green cabbage, Swiss chard, red onion, and avocado. These tostadas are vegetarian and vegan, but can be served with beans or corn as a side if you're extra hungry.
Everything they say about Vitamixes is true. Here's a great smoothie to prove it.
Homemade pesto comes together in minutes, and is versatile enough to work with pasta, eggs, chips, or sandwiches.
Bean are as comforting as they are simple. And sometimes that's the best kind of meal you can prepare for your family.
Chewy and moist and yet still crispy around the edges. This may just be the perfect oatmeal raisin cookie recipe.
Any day could be a day to thank Mom, especially if she hands you one of these delicious cookies.
Using canned tomatoes means homemade salsa can still be tasty and fresh minus the difficult task of chopping and seeding tomatoes. Adjust the consistency, and the spiciness, to your taste.
Flavored with hint of rosemary and topped with a buttery glaze, this lemon loaf makes a great gift for the end of the school year or a special person in your life.
This simple tomato soup is chock-full of veggies and flavors. For a weeknight dinner, this soup demands biscuits. Add feta and green onion to your dough for a savory twist.
Home for lunch? Looking for a quick and delicious dinner? Take inspiration from this simple salad, with smoked cheese, crispy croutons, and chopped chorizo tossed with kale and vegetables.
Stuffed with dried fuit, and baked into a warm pastry crust, these cookies are something special. Use any dried fruit of your choice, raisins, cherries, cranberries, apricots, ginger, dates, or prunes.
Snickerdoodles are so much more than sugar cookies! This is a recipe you'll return to time and again. It's simple and straight-forward, with world-rocking, mind-blowing results.