These after-school snack recipes will keep you and the kiddos fueled until dinner in fun and delicious ways.
Dumplings are unanimous with Polish cuisine. But with a sudden surge of great Polish chefs breaking the mold and setting the culinary bar very high, modern interpretations of traditional Polish recipes are making a come back. Try these great duck dumplings or ravioli, for example.
In celebration of Better Breakfast Month and back-to-school, we’re sharing delicious breakfast recipes that will start your day off right and keep you fueled. These savory parfaits are layered with grits, scrambled eggs and sautéed greens. Pack them up in jars so you have them ready to go where ever you need them.
Polenta Plum Upside Down Cake is a delicious, Italian-themed confection suitable for both dessert and breakfast. The cake gets great texture from cornmeal.
The classic nuts, fresh cherries, and chocolate combine with bananas in a loaf pan to make a delightful black forest banana bread recipe.
It’s apple season. October is National Apple Month. You just went apple picking. Here’s what to do with all the apples you have in your kitchen. Check out these apple recipes we’ve fallen for.
These Baked Chicken Taquitos are a healthier baked version of the fried favorite. Crockpot Mexican shredded chicken and cheese are rolled in tortillas and baked until crispy.
All the flavors of a classic Margherita pizza in cheesy pasta form. This One Pot Chicken Margherita Pasta with ricotta is loaded with tender chicken, ripe tomatoes, garlic, and basil in a creamy-dreamy ricotta parmesan sauce. It’s easy to make and even easier to devour!
Looking for an insta -worthy desserts in the sunshine state of Panama City, Florida? Look no further. These sweet treats look as good as they taste.
If you didn’t think it could be done, think again! A cheese-less nacho cheese dip that is vegan and so surprisingly delicious.
Crispy baked tofu combines with cold noodles in a spicy sesame–peanut sauce for a fantastic dinner or picnic recipe.
What’s better than homemade apple cake? Homemade apple snack cake that’s easy enough for after-school weekday baking, and wholesome enough to eat as an afternoon snack.
This beautifully-spiced sumac lamb is best served with a simple tomato-cucumber salad, pita and hummus for a beautiful Middle Eastern feast.
This Greek Omelet Egg Bake has all the flavors of the Mediterranean! And it’s packed with healthy veggies for a better breakfast.
This Slow Cooker Korean-Style Beef Stew is an easy weeknight dinner recipe with addicting spicy-sweet flavor! Total comfort food.
A caramel, molasses filling is sandwiched between thin, crispy layers of dough that have been baked between irons. Stroopwafels are a truly delightful treat we love to make and devour.
Generally speaking, we tend to crave savory recipes in the morning. This savory Turkish-style French toast is a perfect blend of cuisines, spices and flavors and hits our savory spot just right.
This restaurant style chana masala recipe so rich and flavorful. It is Indian cuisine at it’s finest–creamy chickpeas simmered in a deliciously spiced tomato gravy, rich in flavor and incredibly satisfying to eat.
Check out these four delicious recipes to use up the ground beef in your fridge.
I’ve made baked old fashioned doughnuts before. They were delicious, but I wanted to try…
The aromas and flavors of Indian food make our tastebuds sing in anticipation. Check out these favorite spices and blends used in Indian cooking.
These chocolate snickers cupcakes are soft and so delicious! They’re filled with a caramel that’s been loaded with of peanuts and topped with a caramel swiss meringue buttercream.
A perfectly comforting lemon chicken soup, make quickly in an Instant Pot and topped with fresh herbs.
Rather than meat, fill your next shawarma wrap with seitan served with a lovely sauce and bright cucumber-tomato salad.
Perfectly seared scallops served with corn and tomatoes in the height of their season. Can’t do much better than that. You really can’t.
Vegetables are so diverse and versatile. Celebrate the vast range and deliciousness of veggies with these meat-free dishes that really put the produce in the spotlight.
This Almond and Blueberry Bundt Cake is a rich, dense cream cheese cake flavored with almond and loaded with fresh blueberries. It’s kicked up a notch with a drizzle of lemon glaze and a sprinkling of almonds. Delicious for dessert or with your morning coffee.
Think pasta and clams with a couscous like pasta shape. Fregola with clams brings all the classic flavors you love, using a delicious, toasted dried pasta.
These oven baked apple donuts are gluten-free, easy to make and smell like fall! They’re made with applesauce, almond flour and loaded with cinnamon.
These baked oatmeal bars can be made the night before and enjoyed whenever. They’re loaded with oats, raspberries, nuts and chia seeds.
Steak chimichurri just met it’s Italian cousin. Luscious, tender Hanger Steak is kicked up a notch with my garlicky, herbaceous Salsa Verde.
Easy, Spicy Gazpacho, is a simple vegan cold tomato and cucumber soup that comes together in only 15 minutes. A delicious superfood soup!
These easy omelette-like egg muffins are a delicious breakfast meal to prepare for the week ahead and grab as you’re walking out the door in the morning.
In her new book In the French Kitchen with Kids, Mardi Michels forgets the fuss and brings simple, elegant French dishes to life with a few tips to get the kids involved too. Cooking French foods with kids is a great way teach them about another culture while honing their kitchen skills.
Football season is here! Celebrate with these grilled garlic chicken wings featuring fresh summer herbs.
Aren’t French fries a glorious thing? When we’re craving something salty, we turn to one of these glorious French fry creations for a special treat. DIG IN.
These light and fluffy, gluten-free savory Oat and Potato Pancakes are so satisfying, so delicious, so comforting and so good for you. Whip up a stack to enjoy with your family one morning.
These mixed Mushroom Toasts can be served with herbs and an egg on top to be a hearty and satisfying breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Whether you have Celiacs, are avoiding gluten or often cook for someone that is, Gluten Free, Naturally is a new, beautiful cookbook we love.
A sweet and simple Umbrian apple cake made with cream cheese and inspired by the simple, delicious Italian lifestyle.
This shrimp pasta is topped with a spicy and sweet fresh tomato sauce with saffron and succulent shrimp, making it irresistibly slurpable.
Made with squash, chickpeas and more, the squash bowl, created by Industry Kitchen in New York, is the perfect recipe to start the fall.
Try this easy baked Jamaican jerk chicken for a deliciously simple version of Caribbean-style roast chicken. It is tender, flavorful and comes together quickly.
Try this delicious Date Shake from Executive Chef Paul Hancock of Miramonte Indian Wells Resort and Spa. The rum can be substituted with a teaspoon of vanilla.
Pickled Shrimp is a southern favorite that is refreshing and perfect for a crowd of summer guests.
A simple swiss chard pasta recipe made with orecchiette, Parmesan and fresh Lemon makes for a light and quick weeknight dinner.
We love the flavors of Middle Eastern recipes. In celebration of Rawai Bishara’s new cookbook Levant: New Middle Eastern Cooking from Tanoreen, we have rounded up some of our favorite Middle Eastern breakfast ideas from the book.
This is the perfect sour cherry pie. Fresh, tart cherries and all the tips and tricks you need for the best, flaky, buttery crust.
Yes, yes, yes! These brownies are simply amazing, and richly flavored with cocoa and fresh…
It’s not too early for this soup. Cooler fall days are just around the corner and this summer minestrone soup is filled with summer produce.
The almighty banana split. It’s a classic summer treat that originated in Pennsylvania. Here are new ways to enjoy those favorite sweet flavors.
These Apple Blondies are made with brown sugar, applesauce, fresh apples, and a touch of cinnamon. A honey and whiskey-laced Hot Toddy Glaze crowns this delicious fall treat.
Don’t let summer’s bounty go to waste! We caught up with pickle pro and sous chef at The Nickel in Denver, Zach Meier, to get some pickling tips.
The Loiseau des Sens’ shares a Sugar Free Nectarine Tapioca Pudding recipe perfect for breakfast or dessert.
School is back in session, nights are getting filled with events after work and we have less time to cook. Have no fear! Check out these quick meatless meals fit for a Monday or any night of the week you’re looking to skip meat and have dinner on the table in a flash.
These ice cream sandwiches combine matcha ice cream and nutty sesame cookies for a fun treat. Let’s dig in.
Impress your friends with a twist on the classic blueberry pie. My Lavender Blueberry Galette is perfect for your next potluck or summer soiree.
Make the caramelized apple mixture ahead of time and enjoy a fun and easy breakfast to start your day off right. You’ll enjoy this caramel apple oatmeal straight into fall.
Perfect for a BBQ or any special occasion throughout the year, this Cookies and Cream Brownie and Ice Cream Cake is loaded with sweet, fun chocolate flavors and all natural vanilla bean ice cream.