Happy summer solstice, witches. It’s officially summer. Grab your cauldron; let’s sacrifice some innocents together…I mean make smoothies. More
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Not all popsicles need to contain gobs of sugar, artificial flavors and color additives! Try one of these healthier homemade alternatives. More
Gado-Gado is a popular Indonesian salad composed of both raw and cooked vegetables in a spicy peanut sauce. Try it as a side at summer potlucks or a main-dish meal at home. More
For this week’s Meatless Monday, we’ve rounded up 10 vegetarian and vegan green bean recipes designed to make you look at these stringy summer favorites in a different way.
What do you get when you combine avocado, cacao and dates? A lot of awesomeness, obviously.
Since berry season is upon us, let’s look at ways to incorporate these sweet seasonal treats into more savory (and vegetarian) fare. For this week’s Meatless Monday, we’ve rounded up 10 summer salad recipes that call for a hefty dose of fresh June berries.
You may know Brian Boitano because he was the gold medalist in men’s figure skating at the 1988 Olympics. Or you may know him because the show South Park wrote a song about him. But I bet you didn’t know that Brian Boitano is a truly awesome cook whose first cookbook, What Would Brian Boitano Make? came out May 7th from Lyons Press. (The title of the cookbook is a reference to that South Park song, “What Would Brian Boitano Do?”) I spoke to Brian (who couldn’t have been any nicer or more charming) about his cookbook, how he develops recipes, eating to fuel a workout, and his obsession with “fall-apart meat.” More
The term “spring rolls” carries with it a little leeway. While broadly used to describe large filled-and-rolled Asian appetizers, everything from the kind of wrapper used to the fillings and the way the rolls are cooked (or not cooked) is … More
Add some antioxidants and herbal goodness to your boozin’ this Memorial Day! Here are 5 tea cocktail recipes, using black, green & peach tea + vodka, rum, whiskey and wine. More
Regardless of whom you’ll be spending your Memorial Day with, it couldn’t hurt to add something fresh and meatless into the mix. I’ve rounded up 10 vegetarian and vegan side dishes that manage to be nutritious, tasty and totally backyard appropriate. More
Everyone loves avocados (especially our writer Samantha Escobar). In guacamole, on toast, sliced up next to some scrambled eggs—but have you ever had avocado in a dessert? The smooth, velvety texture of avocados make them awesome, if unexpected, ingredients in puddings, pies, and other sweet stuff. After all, avocados are actually fruits! Here are seven sweet avocado recipes.
It’s nearly June, which means summer fruits are staggering into season. Expect cherries, blueberries, peaches and watermelon to join apricots and strawberries at the farmer’s market. Pies are certainly in order (or perhaps tortes?), but don’t let traditional fruit avenues limit you. Berries and melons make great additions to salads, pizza—even tacos. Make your avocado jealous with one of these six fruit taco recipes. More
You could make an entire strawberry-themed meal in May or June, from appetizers right down to desserts. Up for the challenge? Here’s some brunch and breakfast strawberry recipes to get you started. More