I'll be the first to admit that the Trader Joe's cereal aisle is top-notch, but it only scratches the surface of what my favorite grocer delivers in the breakfast department.
Pad thai is nearly always a crowd-pleaser. It's the sort of food that's good, even when it's bad. I mean, everyone loves a noodle-based stir-fry.
St. Patrick's Day is often associated with eating corned beef and colcannon, and drinking dark beer, but if you're looking for a light-hearted way to celebrate the day that doesn't require much preparation, we've got a series of treats for you.
My uncle's a pretty easy-going, good-humored man, but when it comes to Irish coffee, he's nothing but serious.
During my stint as a vegetarian, bean-laden, meat-free chili was one of the dishes I turned to most. While I loved it because it was hearty and comforting, I'll be the first to admit that it never tasted as good as traditional chili, no matter how hard I tried to get it there.
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There is no such thing as the best chili. It is a myth. Chili is such a deeply personal food, swimming with versatility and made for customization.
Come mid-March, mentions of the iconic Irish-American classic of corned beef and cabbage begin to show up everywhere.
I've always seen breakfast as just an excuse to eat potatoes. I'll skip sweet offerings, like pancakes and waffles, and dive straight into the savory section of a restaurant menu, usually ordering a dish because it's served with potatoes.
What do you eat for breakfast? If you’re like me, it depends on the day. On a standard weekday, I’ll go for cereal with blueberries, and maybe an English muffin.
When you were a kid, what was your favorite part about Easter? Dipping hard-boiled eggs in dye? Hunting for plastic Easter eggs full of loose change or jellybeans?
A friend, fellow mom, and meal planner confessed to me recently how much she loathes cooking dinner since going back to work full-time.
Remember my new marinara sauce recipe from earlier this week? I just had to share one of my go-to quick meals to go with it.
While corned beef has become something of an iconic St. Patrick's Day meal, it's never the one I turn to on this festive holiday.
When was the last time you cleaned the grates on your gas stove? Like, really cleaned them? Hey, we get it.
When it comes to holiday celebrations, St. Patrick's Day holds an array of delicious possibilities. It might not be traditionally Irish, but we're just as excited to don something green and whip up a Shamrock Shake as we are to load our plates with corned beef and cabbage.
Chili brings out my Goldilocks tendencies. I want one that's spicy, but not so spicy that it has me breathing fire; I want it to be chunky and hearty, but not so much so that it's like wading through wet cement with the occasional bean floating by; and, of course, I want it to be dynamic (the first spoonful should be just as exciting as the last).
Freezing food is a great way to have meals on the go or avoid last-minute trips to the grocery store.
If you're looking for an excuse to throw a party, invite some friends over for a DIY chili bar night.
Move over, nachos. Tater tots are in town! 7-Eleven has just decided to invest in a make-it-yourself tater tot bar at select locations.