Guacamole is one of my favorite foods ever. Heck, if I had to make a list of my most beloved things in this world, period, it would still be high up there, right behind sunsets and puppies.
There are few foods that can adapt and change with the seasons quite like pasta. It opens its embrace to vegetables like asparagus and artichoke in the spring, gets along famously with fresh tomatoes and basil in the summer, and plays host to mushrooms and squashes in the fall.
Let me be clear, I am not a huge football fan. I comment exclusively on the players costumes, and the ones in gold helmets are my favorites.
If you’re the kind of person who would always choose a slice pie over a piece of cake, then it doesn’t get much better than a big slice of chocolate pie, perhaps one of the greatest dessert combinations of all time.
If you can’t bring yourself to drink another Keystone Light during the Super Bowl, fear not: these beer cocktails are just the drinks you need to remember.
With their buttery aroma and unmistakable sweet flavor, scallops ought to be a regular fixture at your dinner table.
At this point, you've seen a few recent, breathless write-ups about bone broth (such as our Bone Broth Primer), the hot "new" thing in food.
Sonic Drive-In has always had a special place in my imagination. Growing up in a Sonic desert—bombarded by daily teasing commercials but 50 minutes from the nearest location—was tough.
Oftentimes, the hardest part about eating a healthy lunch is finding the time to make it. Luckily for you, all of the recipes outlined below can be made in under 30 minutes or the night before.
Winter can be a depressing time, especially if we aren’t spending it at the ski resort. Bitter cold and a lack of daylight can really get you down in the dumps.
Kimchi is a spicy, pungent Korean staple on a par with America’s bread and butter: It’s served at every meal, is universally familiar, and has millions of variations.
Ground turkey is one of the best proteins for keeping a meal healthy, and it’s so versatile you can swap it for beef in all kinds of recipes inspired by cuisines around the world.
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest football holidays of the year, and it’s also one of the biggest food holidays.
Kale may be the most beloved hipster vegetable of all (and yes, it’s on the menu at every restaurant in Brooklyn), but that doesn’t mean you have to give up on it.
Whatever your New Year’s resolutions, at least one of them probably included the word “healthier.” Fortunately, juicing is a simple way to pack more nutrients into the day.
Bone broth is having a moment. If you haven't seen the stories touting the major health benefits as a digestive, bone, skin, hair, and anti-aging wonder, or fluttering over the cool kids drinking it out of paper cups, here's what you need to know, and more importantly, how to make it.
Butter, shredded cheese, sour cream, and crispy bacon bits are so last month. Check out this trio of healthy alternatives for the traditional high-calorie, low-nutrition spud.
Like onion rings, fried pickles, and all other good bar snacks, buffalo wings require a dip in the deep fryer—great for a crackly texture, not so great for the waistline.
Polenta is the home cook’s ultimate vehicle for versatility—it’s a side, a baking ingredient, a canvas for other flavors.
Keeping up healthy habits is easier when you surround yourself with people who inspiring those habits.