Indian-Style Cauliflower & Tofu with Coconut

Indian-Style Cauliflower & Tofu with Coconut

Indian flavors are rich, exotic and warming—the perfect combination for dinner on dark and blustery winter days. Not overly spicy, this easy-to-make dish is tamed by the subtle taste of coconut from both dried flakes and oil simmered in with chunks o ...
Gluten-Free Carrot-Sesame Noodles With Asparagus

Gluten-Free Carrot-Sesame Noodles With Asparagus

When the slight sweetness of carrot merges with the savory-rich taste of sesame, you get a golden-hued dressing so crave-able, you’d willingly drive all the way across town to the sushi house that serves it, even in the snow. Thanks to this recipe, y ...
Buffalo Hot Wing Chicken Chopped Salad

Buffalo Hot Wing Chicken Chopped Salad

Everyone has an appetizer weakness—mozzarella sticks, loaded nachos, twice-baked-bacon-topped potato wedges, spinach-artichoke dip. For me, a plate of drenched, spicy buffalo chicken could easily stand in for dinner. That’s why I created this salad. ...
Maple-Drenched Monte Cristo

Maple-Drenched Monte Cristo

Of course, maple syrup goes over French toast, waffles and pancakes. But if you haven’t poured this sweet glaze over a sandwich, you haven’t had the best of breakfast. Of course, a syrup-soaked turkey burger probably wouldn’t work. The ever-popular M ...
Southwestern-Style Tricolor Quinoa Salad

Southwestern-Style Tricolor Quinoa Salad

You can’t go wrong with tomato salsa, but to really get guests gathering around a chip bowl, set out a southwestern-seasoned black bean and corn combo. All that flavor, with a little more texture and a ton more protein, inspired this healthy salad. T ...
Black-Eyed Pea Hummus Collard Wraps

Black-Eyed Pea Hummus Collard Wraps

Midnight kisses, champagne toasts – these New Year’s traditions are sacred for some, but for others, the calendar change calls for certain superstitions to secure good fortune in the coming months. In the South, that means eating black-ey ...