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A Taco Salad that will have the kids eating, well, salad! And if not, it's super easy to turn the components into a meal for picky eaters. One dinner for all!
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A foolproof guide on how to roast vegetables perfectly, deliciously.
Maple Harvest Mousse: Surprise everyone with a light and healthy holiday dessert made with squash. Or don't surprise them at all by keeping the squash thing a secret.
These Vegetable Fajitas from Make It Easy are a vegetarian one-pan meal that will satisfy even the meat-eaters (and picky ones) in your family. Promise.
The number one thing that slows home cooks down: chopping onions. Not anymore with this easy guide on how to cut onion like a pro—no crazy knife skills required.
This creamy (and low-calorie!) dip is made just like hummus, but uses hearts of palm instead of chickpeas. It's light, refreshing, and perfect for summer!
A gorgeous salad for spring and summer that pairs an Avocado Tarragon Dressing with sprimp and pineapple for tropical south Asian flavors.
I know. The big game is over and I'm posting a recipe for stuffed potato skins. I know! But who says that potato skins have to be about watching football? I mean, I never really watch football and, yet, I love potato skins. As it turns out, so do my boys. So why should I have to make them only during football season? Sure, the Super Bowl was my inspiration for these, but the recipe is going to feed us all year long because what's the difference between this and a big bowl of chili over rice with the fixings? Nothing. Plus—hold on to your hats—potatoes are nutritious. So, yea, stuffed potato skins are our new jam. For dinner. Any night of the week. (more after the jump)