Small Amounts = Big Flavor

Crumbles, teaspoons and dashes of über-flavorful ingredients – think smoky bacon, salty miso or rich butter – add big taste and keep nutrition numbers in check. Here’s how to make it work in your kitchen.
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10 Sumptuous Stew Recipes

There’s not much more comforting than simmering stew on a cold day. Whether you’re looking for a vegan stew, something for your slow-cooker, or hearty beef or meat, you’re sure to find a new favorite in these stew recipes.
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What to Make This Week

Need help figuring out the age-old question of what to make for dinner? We can help! Here are seven recipes for inspired meal planning.
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6 Simple Cocktails Fit for Game-Day Parties

The Big Game is fast approaching, and a plain old can of beer isn’t nearly festive enough.
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Five Tasty Ways to Make Meatless Meals

Whether you're a long-time vegetarian or just eat meatless on Mondays, you'll find these no-meat recipes totally satisfying.

How I Celebrate Chinese New Year

Happy year of the Horse! Learn about some Chinese New Year traditions and foods to bring luck and prosperity into the new year.

Hold the Cream: 6 Great Ingredients for Dairy-Free Richness

Even if you say no to dairy, you’ll say yes these rich, creamy and good-for-you alternatives to cream. Take a look at how to make cashew cream and more!

Collards Are the New Kale

Kale is all the rage these days, but it isn’t the only healthy green out there. Have you heard the siren call of collards yet?

What to Make This Week

Need help figuring out the age-old question of what to make for dinner? We can help! Here are seven recipes for inspired meal planning.
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Making Green, Grain-Free Wraps

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.
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