A simple way to make corn on the cob without the added clutter on the stove, or the added heat in your kitchen from boiling water. I usually make up several bags in advance and freeze them, sucking the air out through a small gap in the seal with a straw. Whether fresh or frozen, this corn comes out hot and delicious in minutes!
This quick, easy, and economical dish is a godsend for on-the-go mothers who need to feed their toddlers. Butter, garlic salt, and parsley add to the flavor of this aromatic dish.
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.
Incredibly simple, fast and healthy, a meal to make when you're wanting to get in and out of the kitchen fast.
The simplest way to cook spaghetti squash, which is fresh right around football season. Could be a healthy snack alongside your nachos and dips.
No-fuss veggies in the microwave, with crumbled bacon for a flavor kick. A good incentive for eating healthier -- if you want bacon, you have to eat your veggies.
This creamy clam chowder recipe takes a can of clam chowder and gives it a little push toward greatness with bacon, cheese and corn.
An easy way to cook winter squash in the microwave, and a good vigorous mash that's a nice workout for your forearms. Season with salt and pepper (or fresh herbs, if you happen to have some lying around) and you've got a quick vegetable side dish.
Have hot Brussels sprouts on the table in less than ten minutes with this simple recipe for the microwave.
You're ten minutes from a simple side dish. A creamy sauce of mustard and mayo compliments the flavor of Brussels sprouts.
Beginning cooks, come get your veggies! You can make this insanely simple side dish in the microwave.
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.
You're not going to believe this one 'til you try it. You simply nuke your corn in the zapper, husks, silk and all. When they're done, cut off a half inch or so of the stem end, hold the tassel end up with a hot-mitt and the cooked ear of corn drops right out, free of any silk and ready for the butter!
No stove necessary for this spicy crab dip. Just mix these ingredients together and zap 'em. Pow--game food served.
Oysters grilled on a cedar plank with a succulent butter baste that I also use on halibut. You can grill the halibut and then use the same cedar plank to place the oyster on, or you can use a new cedar plank. It's up to you!
This is your basic white sauce mac and cheese. No need to cook the noodles first. Just throw everying thing in except cheese, and its good.
This is a twist on the classic creamy broccoli salad to lower the fat content.
A new twist on an old favorite with rosemary, sage, thyme, and marjoram. Great with grilled steak.
One dish meal of baked potato covered with shredded chicken and barbecue sauce.