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Celebrate PB+J Day with… Ice Cream

Peanut butter and jelly, a classic. A flavor combo that takes us back to childhood memories of sandwiches with friends in the school cafeteria. (Also, it’s something we still totally eat as adults.) April 2nd is National PB+J Day. To celebrate, we’re eating ice cream.

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Easy Lemon-Asparagus Pasta

This super easy and flavorful Easy Lemon-Asparagus Pasta recipe is filled with lemony flavors and asparagus and is extremely light. It’s a perfect weeknight family meal and also makes a great meal-prep recipe too.

Arugula Chicken Salad

This isn’t your usual chicken salad! Easy homemade arugula pesto adds big flavor to this favorite chicken salad. Layer Arugula Pesto Chicken Salad on sandwich rolls or stuff it in a pita with greens and sliced tomato for a delicious lunch.

Yes, Queen…of Pastrami!

For over 60 years Pastrami Queen has grown its reputation in several NYC boroughs. Now the NYC Jewish Deli opens on the Westside of Manhattan in Times Square.

Mango and Rice Salad

A super food, plant-based rice salad packed with fresh ingredients including mango, red onion, radish, celery, chili, herbs, pomegranates and cranberries.

Chickpea and Cod Curry

Dig into this flavorful fish curry on a weeknight. With chickpeas and cod, this curry has plenty of kale and Indian spices to make your tastebuds happy.

Meatless Teriyaki Mushroom Bowls

These meatless Teriyaki Mushroom Bowls are sweet and salty with a homemade teriyaki glaze to coat the hearty portobellos, caramelized onions and broccoli, served over rice or noodles. Faster than takeout, these mushroom bowls take no time at all to prepare

Japanese Beef and Rice Gyudon Bowls

A fluffy pile of rice topped with sweet and salty thinly-sliced beef and caramelized onions that have been simmered together in sesame oil and beef stock. Add on a runny-yolk fried egg, sesame seeds, and freshly chopped green onion and you are in for some great flavor in these Japanese Beef and Rice Gyudon Bowls.

Homemade Chocolate Swiss Roll

A simple recipe for the most indulgent chocolate Swiss roll. With a moist and decadent gluten free chocolate sponge, a mascarpone whipped cream filling, and a super luscious chocolate ganache glaze. This is, without doubt, every chocolate lover’s dream come true.

Top Nevada Beers to Try ASAP

So maybe Colorado or Oregon are first to come to mind when thinking of states that make great beer, but Nevada should be on your radar too. Check out these favorite beers coming out of Nevada now.

Pollo a La Brasa: Peruvian Roast Chicken

Our version of Pollo a la Brasa (a classic Peruvian Roast Chicken) makes a fantastic weeknight dinner. We marinate chicken thighs in garlic, soy sauce, lime juice and spices, then roast them until the skin turns golden and crisp. Serve it with an irresistible tart green sauce, made with chilis and cilantro.

Turkish Eggplant Casserole

This Turkish eggplant recipe “Imam Bayildi” is a perfect vegetarian weeknight dinner. It’s great for making ahead of time, as the flavors only get better as it sits.

Baked Enchilada Casserole

This hearty, spicy, not to mention EASY, Turkey Enchilada Casserole is perfect comfort food and so tasty. A perfect way to use up leftover turkey or chicken.

How to Make Instant Pot Mac and Cheese

Instant Pot mac and cheese could not be easier, creamier, or more delicious. This version incorporates the classic flavors of homemade macaroni and cheese with a combination of aged gruyere, sharp cheddar, and parmigiano cheeses, plus dashes of Dijon mustard, nutmeg and cayenne.

Ropa Vieja in a Slow Cooker

This Ropa Vieja made in a slow cooker is comforting, rich and an absolute breeze to make. Packed with bold, hearty flavor, this classic Cuban dish of shredded beef slow cooked in a tomato-based sauce with onions and peppers is sure to become a favorite.

Enchilada Orzo

This Cheesy Enchilada Orzo is the perfect addition to your next Tex-Mex dinner. It is loaded with corn, pepper, black beans, cilantro, and cheese.

How to Not Feel so Intimidated at the Charcuterie Counter

With names that can be hard to pronounce if you’re unfamiliar, casings (do you eat them or not??), unknowns weights and sometimes seemingly high prices, a charcuterie counter can seem more daunting than a fish or meat counter at times. We want to change that! Here’s how to not feel so intimated when you’re standing in front of the charcuterie counter.

The Ultimate Honey Cornbread

Check out this recipe for the ultimate honey cornbread made with brown butter and buttermilk for a super moist and flavorful bite. Serve with a drizzle of honey and a slather of butter.

Shrimp Cobb Salad

Topped with a creamy yogurt and cucumber dressing, this shrimp Cobb salad with gulf shrimp is such a delight for the tastebuds.

Sofritas Burrito Bowls

These bowls are a nod to Chipotle’s sofritas, but with all homemade toppings that are easier to put together than you might think. Easily dig into a Sofritas Burrito Bowls on a weeknight.

Sushi Lab : Tiny Restaurant, Substantial Experience

Just a half block away from the dazzling bustle of Times Square, nestled in a corner of a boutique hotel, hides a respite from the sensory overload just a few hundred feet away. Here Hank Freid and Brandon Freid, owners of the Sanctuary Hotel have built a micro-restaurant, complete with a charming maître d’, attentive waitstaff and two skilled chefs, all around a sushi bar that seats only 8 guests. This is Sushi Lab.