A simple basted egg on a tortilla with a side of sliced avocado will jump-start your morning the right way.
Habitant pea soup, once thought to have warmed European explorers, hails from Canada. This slow-cooker version is a perfect supper for a frosty night.
Crunchy with hazelnuts and full of nutritious add-ins this green salad will chase away the winter blues. Just remember to massage the kale first.
Fortify against the polar vortex with these homemade marshmallows the size of your hot chocolate cup.
Simple to make and moist, no one will refuse these delicious corn muffins.
Dal-palak is a nutritious staple in Indian cooking that combines lentils and spinach. Serve with rice or naan for a delicious vegetarian meal.
Moist, fudgy brownies with a hint of toffee that are easy to make.
Chicken thighs are browned, then roasted with shallots, lemons, garlic, and what sounds like way too much herbes de Provence. It isn’t.
Banish memories of holiday sweets overload with a bowl of comforting soup.
Eating greens, and this gumbo is full of them, is said to bring prosperity in the New Year.
Also known as "Good Luck Gumbo," this hearty dish served over rice combines black-eyed peas and collard greens, both considered to bring New Year prosperity.
From old-fashioned chocolate buttermilk cake, to fruit salad, to cookies, cakes, and favorite holiday dishes in between, Stir It Up! readers loved these recipes from 2015 the best.
Eating black-eyed peas for New Year's Day is a Southern tradition. Preparing them in slow-cooker is a low-fuss way to make them the day before.
Even if you think you don't like black-eyed peas, this homestyle version is sure to win you over. In the South, it's a tradition to eat black-eyed peas on New Year's Day.
A hearty tomato soup for a day made soggy by a 'wintry mix.'
Red lentil soup gets extra flavor from spicy chili paste and the bright notes of lemon.
Festive recipe ideas to help your Christmas morning get off to a delicious and comforting start.
A bowl of bright fruit salad will add a refreshing taste to your Christmas buffet.