By Alice K. Thompson, January 10, 2014
Collards, kale and other dark, leafy greens are a surprisingly delicious alternative to wheat wraps. They’re healthy, gluten-free, fat-free and add a lot of character to wrap recipes.
By Paige Schilt, January 9, 2014
Make sure these healthy foods are on your shopping list and your pantry will be stocked with everything you need to create fast and healthy meals at home.
By Molly Siegler, January 8, 2014
January offers up a great opportunity for giving your kitchen routine a revamp. I’m working on eating plenty of salads, drinking lots of water and topping my morning oatmeal with fresh fruit, but I also pay close attention to cooking practices for an extra fresh start.
These four simple techniques will help you cut back on sodium and fat, reduce consumption of meat, bump your intake of veggies and stay cozy in the chilly winter months. Bonus!
Here’s how to tackle your new kitchen strategy:
By Megan Myers, January 7, 2014
Are you trying to stick with a healthy diet but still craving restaurant food? Dine in at home with these satisfying healthy recipes and you won’t miss a thing!
By Alana Sugar, January 6, 2014
Greek yogurt is smooth, thick and decadently creamy. Try it in one of these 15 ways.
By Megan Myers, January 5, 2014
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get back into the kitchen and but don’t know where to start? Here are some ideas for what to make for dinner this week. Choose one or all for a week full of new flavors!
By The Editors at Food52.com, January 4, 2014
Six winter grain recipes to discover now – and carry with you into the new year.
By Elizabeth Beal, January 3, 2014
If your blender gets a daily workout, bravo! Smoothies are an easy way to get fruit and veggie goodness into your diet during the winter. And they’re particularly good for those eating dairy-free – the satisfying creaminess of a well-blended smoothie can’t be beat!
Looking to shake things up? Experiment with these add-ins and fall in love with the slurp all over again.
By Value Guru, January 2, 2014
By Paige Schilt, January 2, 2014
We know that it’s simpler to eat nutrient-dense plant foods when the preparation fits into your schedule. That's why we’ve pulled together these time-saving tips for creating nutritious meals all week long.