Ever tried adding celery to guacamole? Give it a whirl with this simple recipe.
Cinnamon and pork make a winning combination in this Vietnamese pate. Serve it with a baguette for sandwiches, with sticky rice for a meal, or alone as a snack.
Smoothies are a fantastic way to use yogurt, especially if you can get a deal at the store with a coupon. Blended apples, vanilla yogurt, and a dash of sugar might just fool the kids into thinking they're having dessert for breakfast!
Smoothies might just be the most convenient breakfast. A big glass of blended fruits and veggies will kick-start your day, and the combinations are limitless.
Kaya is a curd-like coconut jam often served as a toasted sandwich for breakfast. Adapting a Martha Stewart recipe for lemon curd brings a taste of Singapore home.
What is goetta? A sausage widely celebrated in Cincinnati that can be eaten for breakfast, on a sandwich, on a pizza... and especially as a hotdog.
Toss the greasy store-bought potato chips, and try these homemade sweet potato chips. As a quick and easy snack or a fun side for dinner, these chips will be a family favorite.
This quick and easy dairy-free smoothie is a great way to start a super-powered day.
Sweeten up your day with these gooey apricot bars on a delicious shortbread crust.
With just a few different kinds of seasonings and bowls of freshly popped corn, you'll have a fun and healthy alternative to offer Super Bowl snackers with this creative popcorn bar spread.
A healthy, easy snack option that won’t break any resolutions.
Add fresh rosemary or countless other additions to these classic shortbread cookies – lemon zest, hazelnuts, almonds, lavender, or ginger.
Do you love to order sweet potato fries when eating out? Here's an easy version to try at home.
Use these clever meatballs in spaghetti sauce for an everyday dinner, or tossed with a sweet and spicy tamarind sauce for a party appetizer. Your family or guests will never guess they're half tofu!
Based on a basic not-too-sweet molasses muffin, accented with a triple dose of ground, fresh, and crystallized ginger, these spicy muffins will disappear fast.
Keep this easy spread simple with a few crackers, or stir in some walnuts or dried cranberries and serve it on square slices of rye.
Smoothies aren't just for summer. Make the most of fall flavors by working frozen cranberries into your smoothie repertoire.
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Once you taste tomato butter, you may never go back to ketchup. Preserve the sweet and tart taste of a good tomato to use throughout winter.
Add a little confectioner's sugar to a basil pesto and use it as a sauce on sweet melon.
Get a whiff of Elizabethan England with these orange, cinnamon, and date muffins.
Served warm, these pineapple muffins with a crunchy streusel topping is like having your own personal-sized pineapple upside down cake.
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.