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5 quick sides to pair with whatever’s for dinner
If you regularly read the EatingWell blogs, you may have gotten the impression that we all make complicated recipes...
What’s Fresh: The best way to cook eggplant
Eggplant is just one of those things: you either love it or hate it. I’m a reformed hater. I’ve found the...
What’s Fresh: Why the freezer is your tomato’s best friend
I think my refrigerator is a wonderful thing. It keeps my milk cold, my vegetables crisp and my open condiments from...
What’s Fresh: how to turn any herb into pesto
I’ve been spending a lot of time with my freezer lately. This time of year, the berry farm is beckoning with its...
DIY healthy lunchbox treats: homemade fruit bars
When it comes to lunch, not much has changed since I was a kid—even at age 34, I’m still envious when a co-...
4 easy dinners packed with summer vegetables
I don’t know about you, but I tend to eat a lot more healthfully in the summer. I just can’t resist all...
Simple ways to cook 20 vegetables
I’m a vegetable lover. I eat vegetables at least three times a day: sautéed chard stirred into scrambled...
What’s Fresh: How to make homemade salsa
What’s a girl to do with buckets of fresh tomatoes, peppers and onions from her garden? Make fresh homemade salsa...
What’s Fresh: Is corn healthy or not?
When I was writing about corn for the July/August issue of EatingWell Magazine, I decided to pose this question...
What’s fresh: zucchini bread for chocolate lovers
Zucchini. Say the word and you’re sure to elicit passionate opinions of this abundant summer vegetable. In my...
Stumped in the produce section? No fail tips for picking perfect summer veggies
Few things make me sadder than ruby-red tomatoes with no taste, a golden ear of corn with no sweetness, cucumbers with...
The best money-saving kitchen tool you already have
I’m a sucker for a good deal. So whenever I see not-so-perfect organic tomatoes for $2 a pound or piles of corn...
What’s Fresh: Sweet, luscious cherries
I have a hoarding instinct that kicks in when it comes to fruits like cherries that have such a short growing season (...
What’s Fresh: Delicious ways to savor the first fruits of spring
There’s something about spring fruits—plump cherries, tart rhubarb, juicy apricots and sweet strawberries...
4 “magic” ingredients of a power salad
I really truly love salad. When the weather gets warmer, I have one for either lunch or dinner every day—...
The secret to killer guacamole
I heart guacamole. I can eat it morning, noon and night (really). I like to have the ingredients on hand to make it for...
5 spring dinners to make your taste buds sing
It’s officially spring. And after the long winter my taste buds AND my kitchen are just crying for the light,...
5 super-delicious dinners from super-boring ingredients
My husband had been doing more of the grocery shopping lately. While he loves fresh fruits and vegetables, let’s...
A taste of paradise: tropical flavors bring a little sunshine to the table
I usually consider myself pretty rugged when it comes to the cold—but we could all use a little taste of sunshine...
4 favorite fall power salads
The weather may be cooling off but salad season is definitely not over. In fact, some of my favorite fall recipes are...
Can garlic ward off mosquitoes? 5 summer food mysteries solved
Are these summer-food myths fact or fiction? Take our quiz to find out how food-smart you are and get delicious summer...
4 simple summer salads
When I was a teenager I wouldn’t be caught dead eating a salad. Salad was just a pile of lettuce, maybe a cucumber, and...
Squash gone wild: 4 new ways to cook it
When I planned my first garden a few years ago, I asked my friend Jessica for advice on how much of each vegetable I...
Cheesy skillet tomatoes & more ultra-simple tomato recipes
One of my first food memories is going out to our garden with my dad to pluck sun-ripened tomatoes off the vines. My...
Farmers' market: why it's the "single best thing you can do for your health"
I love farmers’ markets and try to make them a part of my week. But I never really thought about all the reasons why...
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