This is a nice potluck dish that can also be halved for a smaller family.
A super easy, protein-packed, Mixed Bean Salad is a delicious make-ahead dish to take to any weekend barbeque.
Couscous is not technically a grain, but is more like a pasta. Keep couscous in your pantry and you’ve got the beginnings of an endless assortment of quick meals.
Snap peas add flavor and vibrant color to a salad tossed with radishes, feta, and kalamata olives.
Grapefruit is a beautifully natural ingredient that will perk up the winter table with generous juiciness and vibrant, vivacious hues.
Chicken Burrito Bowls are an easy way to stay on the New Year’s healthy eating plan. Taking the leftovers to work, for lunch, is another perk of this recipe.
Brussels Sprout Slaw will look and taste great on your holiday table! You may want to use baby sprouts. Make a day ahead to ease your holiday cooking.
Because you don’t want to throw together an afterthought salad for your Thanksgiving table.
Fresh Brussels sprouts have the nutty flavor of kale and become tender and crunch when shaved. Add sweet roasted squash, walnuts, and pickled shallots, and you have a healthy, multisensory treat. To speed up the prep time, slice the Brussels sprouts in your food processor, using your thinnest slicing disc.
Lemon Orzo Salad is a flavorful side dish to serve with seafood or grilled meats. Add grilled vegetables for a light vegetarian meal. Because it doesn’t require refrigeration this salad is great for potlucks and picnics.