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Liven up your basic meatball appetizer recipe by adding the simple, but versatile, fresh mango. These Chipotle Mango Meatballs are truly spectacular and perfect for entertaining!View Recipe
Braising is a great way to develop tons of flavor over a long period of time. View Recipe
Whip up this chicken dinner in just about 30 minutes. Condensed soup creates a tasty base for a quick-cooking vegetable stew, and seared chicken rounds out the dish. Dietician and Food Network star Ellie Krieger teamed up with Campbell’s to create this heart-healthy recipe.View Recipe
I’ve found that some basic planning and a few tricks of the trade can make cooking at home a fun experience that brings the family closer together while inspiring a healthier lifestyle. Your kids can help with the chopping of peppers and onions. Once your vegetables are chopped, the rest is simple. The recipe calls for canned beans, but you can also use dried beans. Kids usually get excited about seeing the beans go from one state to another overnight. You can also “dress up” the recipe by putting out an array of toppings when you serve — kids love choice. Add cilantro, sour cream, shredded cheese, salsa… you name it. It can be as simple or as complex as you’d like. — Bill Telepan, owner of Telepan restaurant and executive chef of Wellness in the Schools (WITS), a non-profit organization dedicated to making school food healthy.Click here to see the full story: Cooking From Scratch in School Cafeterias -- and at HomeView Recipe
Kale is one of those vegetables that gets a bad rap. Many people claim it’s bitter and hard to cook, but give kale a chance. While it’s a bit more toothsome than many of its leafy green counterparts, kale has a great spinach-like flavor. Kale is also a vitamin powerhouse packed with Vitamins K, A, and C as well as loads of fiber. Kale may even lend a hand in lowering cholesterol and preventing some cancers. When shopping for kale, look for smaller, dark green bunches that are firm to the touch.
If you don’t eat bacon, add two tablespoons of olive oil in its stead and salt to taste. This recipe also works very well with Swiss chard, turnip greens, and other hardier leafy vegetables. Serve as a wintry side or even as a meal on its own with a piece of crusty bread.
Who says hot cocoa is just for the kids? Try this adult hot chocolate for your next hot chocolate social.
Ketchup is the all-American condiment, but instead of squeezing the bottle, try making your own version. Note that this recipe can easily be doubled and the ketchup will keep in the refrigerator for a week or so.
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Fans of hamburgers, rejoice! This dish incorporates your favorite meat with a little extra kick.
This Alfredo recipe is super simple and can be made in under 10 minutes. Serve your Alfredo sauce with pasta and rotisserie chicken for an effortless weeknight meal.View Recipe
Serve this warm and hearty soup with toasted pieces of baguette.View Recipe
Spiked or virgin, this fall drink will warm your spirits.