The last episode of AMC's 'Breaking Bad' may have aired, but we know the show's impact is far from over. Catch up on old episodes with a few of these dishes inspired by the characters.
Trying to find uses for all that zucchini in the garden? Bring a Southern flavor to your table with these fried zucchini fritters.
Still clinging to summer's last lazy afternoons? Light and fresh with little work involved, this salad is the perfect way to see the season off. Serve it with grilled chicken or fish.
Food is a powerful thing, and a certain dish can spark memories from years ago. This mango salad recipe from Vietnam works great as an appetizer or light side.
Savor the last few weeks of summer with this fresh salad. Toss quinoa, corn, and feta cheese with whatever fresh herbs you have on hand.
Spoon bread is an old Southern recipe. Adding bacon to the bread and topping with tomato-bacon jam makes this dish more than just a simple side.
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For a light summer supper, serve up a dish of lady peas and tuck a few buttermilk hoe cakes alongside.
Green beans combined with the salty sweet taste of preserved radish will have even your children asking for seconds.
A slow-simmered dish like ratatouille makes perfect use of summer tomatoes and other fresh vegetables.
Sweet, salty, and a little bit smokey, grilled corn is one of summer's easiest side dishes.
Baked beans go with everything at a cookout: burgers, ribs, or grilled chicken. During the summer, when beans are plentiful at farmers' markets, use fresh shelly or October beans to make a pot.
Quick and easy, this great grilled side dish comes together with a few simple ingredients. Pair it with burgers, grilled chicken, or pork chops for a weeknight summer-time meal.
Mastering the art of homemade strawberry jam isn't as mysterious as it seems, as long as you follow these three simple tips.
Ditch the wok this summer and try a rice salad tossed with fresh raw veggies. With just one pot of rice and a quick vinaigrette you can have a light lunch, a quick side, or a vegetarian dinner.
Skip the cornbread or the biscuits, and try this shortcake instead. The base of the cake is soft like a biscuit with a creamy buttermilk, sour cream, onion custard top.
Bean are as comforting as they are simple. And sometimes that's the best kind of meal you can prepare for your family.
Strawberries and mint combine to make a seasonal and refreshing dressing that can be used to sweeten spinach-based salads or enhance a fruit salad.
This savory chickpea dish was part of an Indian buffet at a party, but could work nicely as a side dish. Put the finishing touch on an Indian-themed dinner with these mango yogurt smoothies, or whip them up for an afternoon snack.
Inspired by Gobi (cauliflower) Manchurian Dry, a popular Indo-Chinese appetizer we sampled at a Bengali restaurant, this lighter version skips the breading and deep frying, but not the flavor.
Make a tasty, veggie-friendly dinner with mushroom vegan sloppy Joes, and a roasted potato and tomato salad with crispy capers and dill.
A flavoring of mint will bring a hint of spring to any dish. Combine with bright with citrus flavors in a dressing and transform hearty, smokey roasted cauliflower into a fresh, seasonal meal.
Try a vegan substitute for cheese by blending cashews, water, and yeast, and adding different flavors such as fruit or herbs. Spread it on crackers for snack, or serve as a condiment with dinner.