Ginger & Miso Quinoa With Chicken

Ginger & Miso Quinoa With Chicken

How quickly quinoa went from “keen-what?” to one of the most popular grains in the supermarket! Nutty, chewy and more nutritious than rice, this ancient favorite has become a modern-day staple, served up not only as a side dish but blended into break ...
Whole Roasted Cauliflower

Whole Roasted Cauliflower

Chopping, cutting, dicing, slicing—vegetable prep work sometimes takes more time than you’ll spend eating the finished dish! That’s why roasting veggies whole is one of my new favorite kitchen strategies. Cauliflower, usually cut into bite-sized flor ...
10-Minute Spicy Baked Radish Chips

10-Minute Spicy Baked Radish Chips

It’s music to your ears: pop a chip into your mouth and crunch, crunch, crunch. Potato, corn, even kale—as long as it’s crisp, you’ll take any chip. So why not fill your bowl with something outside the usual store-bought bag? Sliced thin and sprinkle ...
Easy Freekeh Pilaf With Almonds & Apricots

Easy Freekeh Pilaf With Almonds & Apricots

Okay, foodies, it’s time to get freekeh. This year’s hottest whole grain, freekeh, is a Middle Eastern staple boasting a pleasant smoky flavor and a nutty, chewy texture. A nutritional powerhouse, freekeh contains more protein and fiber than both qui ...
Probiotic-Rich Homemade Pickles

Probiotic-Rich Homemade Pickles

Stacked deli sandwiches and hot-off-the-grill burgers wouldn’t be the same without a crunchy pickle on your plate. But besides serving as a crisp, cool condiment, these green gifts from nature offer nutrition like no other picnic side dish. Thanks to ...
Tangy Chickpea & Fennel Salad

Tangy Chickpea & Fennel Salad

Calling all chickpea lovers! We’re big fans of this lovely legume in my house, but that doesn’t mean we’re scooping our way through bowl after bowl of hummus each week. Although they’re perfect in everyone’s favorite creamy dip, chickpeas – also know ...
Warm Lentils & Roasted Vegetables with Halloumi

Warm Lentils & Roasted Vegetables with Halloumi

Have you heard of halloumi? Popular in British cooking, this unique cheese (pronounced huh-LOO-mee) is made from a mixture of sheep and goat’s milk and tastes somewhat like feta, with a surprisingly sturdy quality that makes it great for grilling or ...