If it's worth doing, it's worth doing right, yes? That's practically a man law. So instead of making normal rice, take a little extra time to make this spicy, flavorful pilaf.
The simplest way to cook spaghetti squash, which is fresh right around football season. Could be a healthy snack alongside your nachos and dips.
Get the day off right for you and a friend with this veggie breakfast casserole.
Have hot Brussels sprouts on the table in less than ten minutes with this simple recipe for the microwave.
Go from hungry to happy in as little as 90 seconds, depending on how fast you can crack an egg.
Load up your skillet with fresh veggies and Southwestern flavors for a slightly spicy and very healthy dinner.
Fresh tomatoes served hot with a flavorful cheese topping. Save this for your ripest tomatoes.
All the taste of nachos without all the hard work! Just kidding, this dip is pretty easy though, and is a great way to bring nacho flavor to a party!
An easy baked potato loaded with flavored spinach and creamy ricotta cheese. You get your serving of veggies for the day and get full. Win win!
An easy appetizer and a great melding of Island and Asian cooking styles.
A simple way to punch up pre-made or leftover mashed potatoes. You'll love the flavor of sage, which is often used to season Thanksgiving Day Turkey--and, in long ago times, to ward off plague.
A hint of citrus give these bean burritos a Cuban twist. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)