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  • Easy dinner recipes: Simple pasta ideas in 30 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Simple pasta ideas in 30 minutes or less
    Keep it fast and easy with dinner tonight. These three pasta recipes come together in 30 minutes or less: Tagliolini al limone: You'll love the wonderful simplicity of this dish: Fresh basil and a touch of lemon are infused with a little heavy cream,...
  • Cinco de Mayo: 25 recipes to celebrate

    Cinco de Mayo: 25 recipes to celebrate
    Happy Cinco de Mayo. In Mexico, Cinco de Mayo celebrates Mexico's victory over French forces in 1862. Here in the U.S., it's an excuse to celebrate the food and drink introduced by our neighbors to the south. And, for many people, no fiesta would be...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Mac 'n' cheese ideas for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Mac 'n' cheese ideas for Meatless Monday
    Could it possibly get any better than mac 'n' cheese for dinner? Probably not. Which is why we've included not one, but three mac 'n' cheese recipe options for your dining pleasure. You're welcome. Best ever mac 'n' cheese: We ran this recipe for...
  • Family Meals Matter: Mother's Day

    Family Meals Matter: Mother's Day
    It’s the week of Mother’s Day. All year, many moms work hard to put healthy, balanced meals on the table. Give mom a well-deserved break on the meal prep this week with a selection of recipes that kids and dads — or other adults in the...
  • New cookbook tells how to bake with less sugar, get more flavor

    Joanne Chang wants to make clear that her new cookbook, "Baking With Less Sugar" isn't so much about muffins being less sweet as about them having more flavor. But really, what we hear is: less sugar. And we're skeptical. Chang was, too. "When I was...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Healthier General Tso's Chicken

    General Tso's chicken is a staple on most Chinese buffets. The battered and deep-fried boneless chicken pieces are paired with a sweet and spicy soy-based sauce. All those flavors and deep-frying mean the nutritional scale tips to the bad the side. Deep-...
  • Cook's Corner: Southern biscuits, Peruvian 'Causa' and a quick chocolate treat

    Unless you're Southern by birth or by choice you might not understand how an entire cookbook could be devoted to biscuits. But if you've ever sat on a front porch shelling peas and popped one into your mouth, or bitten into a sun-warmed tomato fresh...
  • Easy dinner recipe: Gluten-free Wednesday vegan fettuccine Alfredo

    Easy dinner recipe: Gluten-free Wednesday vegan fettuccine Alfredo
    For gluten-free Wednesday, we're highlighting an easy dinner recipe that involves brown rice fettuccine smothered in a creamy cashew sauce. It also happens to be vegan.  Jenny Engel and Heather Goldberg, authors of the book "Spork-Fed," created the...
  • Eggplant is an ideal vegetable to bridge the seasons

    Eggplant is an ideal vegetable to bridge the seasons
    You hear a lot of talk from chefs, restaurant chains, food writers and food stores these days about the importance of cooking and serving fresh, seasonal ingredients. But walk through most supermarkets and you might think that there's only one perpetual...
  • The Kitchn: International flavors a winning recipe for game day

    The Kitchn: International flavors a winning recipe for game day
    TheKitchn.com I have absolutely zero interest in football, basketball, or baseball -- so for me, gatherings around game days are all about the food. The spread always includes a few of the grubby, nostalgic snacks we grew up with -- cheesy queso dip, I'm...
  • Rare Yiddish cookbook from '30s gets new life in English translation

     Rare Yiddish cookbook from '30s gets new life in English translation
    Fania Lewando, like so many millions of Europe's Jews, did not survive World War II. But death has not proven to be the end to her story. A cookbook Lewando wrote in 1938 while operating a popular vegetarian restaurant in Vilna, a Lithuanian city then...