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Tangerine Yogurt Cake

This French tangerine yogurt cake is a great way to use up the yogurt that is hanging out in your fridge. It’s so simple, soft and delicious.

Hearty Minestrone Soup

This vegan version of minestrone soup is loaded with vegetables, grains and beans and comes together in just one pot.

Crispy Onion Pakoda

Onion Pakoda is a famous street food from India. These bhajiyas are crispy and crunchy onions mixed in chickpea flour and spices.

Easy Mini Quiches

For breakfast, lunch or dinner, these mini quiches are a delight for the eyes and tastebuds. Serve with a side salad for a delicious meal.

Peanut Butter and Jam Thumbprint Cookies

These soft and chewy peanut butter thumbprint cookies are the perfect vessel for a dollop of strawberry jam. They’re a super fun little treat for PB&J lovers and happen to be gluten free as well.

Winter Citrus Bundt Cake

This winter citrus bundt cake is a bright and cheery dessert with a tender crumb and a hint of almond.

Teriyaki Tofu Grain Bowls

Who needs takeout when you can make delicious, quick food at home? These Teriyaki Tofu Quinoa Bowls combine a base of quinoa and brown rice with fresh stir-fried veggies, crispy tofu cubes, and sliced avocado, all tossed in a homemade teriyaki sauce.

The Primitivo Grape and Three Wines to Try

Meaning “primitive” or “early” Primitivo is an Italian grape that tends to ripen early in the season. It’s robust, refined and having a comeback. Here are three bottles to try made with the Primitivo grape.

Pistachio-Crusted Fish

On the table in less than 30 minutes, this Pistachio-Crusted Fish is so flavorful, simple and perfect for busy weeknights.

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Double Lentil Dahl

This simple vegan two lentil Dahl requires only easy-to-find ingredients and little more than a few chops and several stirs to make. It’s the perfect protein-rich meal to prepare on a Sunday and enjoy throughout the week, and it can easily be doubled or even tripled and then frozen.

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Halloumi and Lentil Bowls

Dinner tonight doesn’t have to be hard to be fabulous. Case in point, these vegetarian, gluten-free halloumi and lentil bowls with broccolini and roasted peppers all drizzled with magic blender dressing. They take 30 minutes max to put together, most of which is chill time while the lentils simmer away.

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Tofu Fried Rice

This quick Thai Tofu Fried Rice is a hearty, delicious and flavorful recipe with a mix of fresh vegetables and simple Thai spices.

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Sticking to a Budget? Two Quality Chilean Red Wines We Love

No matter the reason you’re pinching pennies, you don’t have to give up wine completely and you definitely don’t have to drink bad wine to stick to your budget. Check out these two high-quality Chilean red wines that you can find for around $15 or less.

Trail Mix Bark

Spruce up your snacking with this easy trail mix bark. Simply melt dark chocolate and top with a Vanilla Glazed mix and a sprinkle of sea salt.