This week, usher in Spring with a dish like crowd-pleasing artichoke pasta that celebrates the season. Enjoy the bright, grassy, tender hearts in a fast and easy dinner, or, if you're willing to spend a little extra time, take advantage of the abundance of artichokes and use fresh globes to make a sauce from scratch. To see both versions of this vernal meal, read more
With the inevitable change of seasons, it's time to start thinking about comforting, soothing meals like this halibut.
Served in a shallow bowl with a fragrant green tea broth — so delicious you'll be drinking every last bit — and an assortment of Asian vegetables, this fish dish is filling, healthy, and flavorful. A helping of quinoa acts as a hearty side dish.
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Who says chicken salad has to be boring? This recipe re-creates the picnic classic as a vibrant and intensely flavored dish. The mayonnaise-based dressing is replaced with a quick vinaigrette made with mint, cilantro, and curry powder.
Chunks of avocado add creaminess, and red onion slices provides a biting crunch, resulting in a salad that is perfectly balanced in texture and taste. For the fit-friendly recipe, read more
Brighten up your weeknight with this fresh, flavorful take on a seafood salad. Seared scallops are served on top of a bed of peppery arugula and creamy avocado.
The dressing is made with pomegranate molasses, but if you can't find it at your specialty market, honey makes a lovely substitute. This restaurant-quality meal is ready in a matter of minutes, so get the recipe now: read more
After pigging out on hot dogs, steak, and potato salad all weekend, tonight I'm in desperate need of something lighter like grilled fish.
This grilled salmon with spicy honey basil sauce sounds delicious! The fresh salsa is crunchy and cool and the salmon is moist and flaky.
The fish needs a couple of hours to marinate, so get a head start in the afternoon. Pair with a green salad or grilled vegetables for a complete meal. Take a look at the recipe and read more