Asian-influenced preparation of adzuki beans and squash.
As the weather changes, I want a light meal, but I also want to feel like I ate something. This fits the bill.
A healthy side dish, or chill it and serve it cool at a summer cookout.
The simplest way to cook spaghetti squash, which is fresh right around football season. Could be a healthy snack alongside your nachos and dips.
A full meal of deer meat and autumn veggies. The veggies cook in a skillet, while you grill up the venison steaks.
The produce aisles overflow with squash in early fall. Here's a simple way to cook the harvest bounty. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Something's always baking in the Army kitchen, so it's easy to toss in a squash for a simple side dish. Try it in your kitchen. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A great idea for fall squash--turn it into a creamy, sweet risotto.
Gets the smoky flavor of the grill into your salsa--and then your chips, and then your mouth.
Introduce healthy but bland spaghetti squash to the wonder of flavor, with Italian sweet sausage cooked with spinach and crumbled over the squash. A hearty vegetable main dish.
Got vegetarians coming to your cookout? They can eat nearly as heartily as the rest of the party with this easy vegetarian sandwich.
Warming, tasty, healthy soup in a hurry. The flavor of fresh ginger and curry powder makes this simple soup extra tasty.
Indian flavors jazz up those fresh fall standbys, kale and butternut squash.
Bite into a bounty of fall vegetables and your reward is a spicy/sweet Moroccan flavor combination.
Veggie soup manned up. This pureed fall soup will put hair on your chest with a base of bacon and a hefty helping of red pepper flakes.
Load up your skillet with fresh veggies and Southwestern flavors for a slightly spicy and very healthy dinner.
This is a nice easy recipe that is easy to cook but gives a nice colourful and subtle flavoured dish.
Hot lunch at work? Yup, you can do it, and it doesn't take long. A few minutes at home, and less than a minute at the lunchroom microwave.
Get sophisticated with your slow cooker. This wine and apple-flavored stew has a gentle taste that's ideal for date night. Inspired by STEVIEC's "Apple & White Wine Chicken."
Are you ready to juggle cooking two pans at once? (Not literally, that would be dangerous.) While your sauce simmers, your veggies cook. Cuts down on cooking time and makes sure everything comes out piping hot for your tilapia dinner.