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Aside from dying the river green (shout-out: Chicago), St. Patrick’s Day holds a lot more to look forward to than just free-flowing Guinness.
Rice is a daily staple for nearly half of the world's 7 billion people according to the International Rice Research Institute.
Pictured: Banana Pudding Pie recipe from CHOW Bananas really are the ideal fruit. They’re a natural fit for breakfast, after school, or before a workout, and they taste great blended in a smoothie, as the highlight of a peanut butter sandwich, and, of course, eaten out of hand.
Pictured: Easy Thai Grilled Chicken Breasts from CHOW Chicken? It’s a crowd-pleaser. Thanks to its lean white meat status, chicken breast is full of protein and makes an easy weeknight dish.
Pictured: Irish Fix recipe from CHOW Typically relegated to the period between March 1 and 17, Irish whiskeys are unfortunately approached with the same wariness given to green beer and blinking shamrock headbands.
Pictured: The Brown Sardine Open-Faced Sandwich recipe from CHOW We're told time and time again that a healthy diet includes plenty of fish.
Pictured: Barbecue Chicken and Coleslaw Potato Skins recipe from CHOW March Madness, people—it’s coming!
Pictured: Easy Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting recipe from CHOW Carrot cake is the only cake I know that can boast a full pound of vegetables contained within the batter.
Pictured: Fesenjan Redux recipe from CHOW For Iranians, March 20 isn’t just another day. It’s the vernal equinox, which is a big event: the start of Nowruz, the festival of spring.
Pictured: Lobster Risotto recipe from CHOW In this winter that seems to have brought a new blast of cold or precipitation with each week (at least here on the east coast), reaching for cozy, familiar comforts has been a necessity for coping.
Pictured: Basic Grilled Steak recipe from CHOW Not all beef steaks are created equal. Some are lean, some are rich with fat; some are fine and tender, others are coarse and robust.
Nutrient-rich and full of iron, beef is a versatile meat that cooks quickly and is just as delicious in a winter stew as it is grilled outdoors in the summer.
Having trouble deciding on the right dessert? Rice Krispie Treats are a culinary giant. Everyone is glad to see them at party or potluck table, they’re versatile, and you can throw them together in a matter of minutes.
Basic Napa Cabbage Kimchi recipe and photo from CHOW Each winter, food companies descend upon San Francisco for the Fancy Food Show, the largest gathering of specialty foods and beverages on the West Coast.
It’s time to rethink your stance on tofu, which is so much more than a meat-alternative or questionable impulse purchase from your local health food store. Silken or soft tofu can be an amazing addition to all kinds of recipes, adding a low-calorie smooth creaminess that easily absorbs flavorings.
[caption id="attachment_161454" align="alignnone" width="620" caption="Chez Us"][/caption] Garlic bread––vampires hate it, your sweet Nonna from Queens loves it, and there’s absolutely no way that spaghetti can save face without a hunk of it by its side.
Perhaps you made a resolution this year to cook more at home and your commitment is flagging, or maybe you’re simply looking for new inspiration.
[caption id="attachment_161249" align="alignnone" width="620" caption="Photo and recipe from CHOW"][/caption] It's time to talk rice pudding.
[caption id="attachment_161202" align="alignnone" width="620" caption="Recipe and photo from CHOW"][/caption] These flavorful shrimp dishes are a guaranteed hit at any dinner party and are easily prepped ahead of time.