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Potato skins are high in vitamin C and are an excellent source of fiber. Paired with flavor-rich and nutrient-packed vegetable salsa with just a small amount of shredded cheese melted on top, this snack is a win-win on all fronts.
Here’s an appetizer that tastes just like traditional spanakopita, but it’s much less work to make.
Arugula is a bitter, tasty leaf that’s grown in popularity across multiple cuisines and cooking styles. When compared to iceberg lettuce, arugula contains more calcium, vitamins, and nearly four times the iron of its leafy counterpart… Read More
In this salad, the salty tang of creamy feta cheese contrasts with pieces of sweet watermelon and juicy golden nectarines. A mix of arugula, endive, and leaf lettuce adds a slightly peppery taste, while the toasted pumpkin seeds give a … Read More
Haloumi is a firm-textured Greek cheese that’s delicious char-grilled. Here it’s served with red onions on a bed of salad leaves, then drizzled with a hot dressing. Serve with seeded bread.
Learn how to prepare oysters on your grill for a delicious and healthy appetizer.
Dinner Party Tip #1: Don’t get too creative. When you’re planning vegetable side dishes for a meal, consider both the style and flavor of the main dish, and the nutritional balance of the meal as a whole.
Butter and jam beware—there’s a new generation of toppings out there and they’re having their way with your toast. Inspired by a recent article in New York magazine about the Big Apple’s current toast infatuation, we came up … Read More
This coarse-textured pâté, deliciously flavored with garlic and cilantro, combines minced turkey and turkey livers with lentils for a starter that has considerably less fat than a traditional pâté. Serve with toasted slices of … Read More
In this recipe Swiss chard can be replaced with spinach leaves.
Fontina cheese is melted over warm asparagus. Serve with white wine for the ultimate Italian side dish.
In this dip, dates are cooked until smooth and pulpy with apple and aromatic spices to create a dip to serve with fruit and vegetable pieces. Alternatively, use this as an unusual topping for toast, scones or sweet crostini made … Read More
The large celery-flavored root may be boiled or stir fried and can also be served raw in a salad.
For a delicious, and satisfying, supper dish, substitute salami for the prosciutto. Cut the salami into thin strips and … Read More
Here’s a super-healthy way to serve pumpkin that’s perfect for fall.
This starter is perfectly suited for a spread of baguettes.
Served alongside a bowl of tortilla chips, this dip is perfect for parties.