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Hilary Meyer

EatingWell Associate Food Editor Hilary Meyer spends much of her time in the EatingWell Test Kitchen, testing and developing healthy recipes. She is a graduate of New England Culinary Institute.

The magic technique to get people to eat their greens
I used to always cook my dark leafy greens like kale, broccoli rabe and mustard greens to death. I did that because I...
How to make the best homemade stuffed shells
I’m a sucker for stuffed pasta of any kind. I don’t care what shape it is, ravioli, manicotti, whatever, if...
How to make homemade jello healthier
I’m always looking for new ideas for easy, healthy snacks for my daughter. She’s not yet 2 years old, and...
Food processor vs. blender: Which is the better kitchen tool?
I function in an incredibly small kitchen. My constant challenge is finding room for what I really need and getting rid...
8 edible items you’re throwing away (and 2 to toss)
I like to cook with a lot of vegetables, but the waste can really pile up. I was becoming horrified to see exactly how...
7 ingredients you should always have in your freezer for fast healthy meals
When I’m in a rush to get dinner on the table (which is often), I turn to my freezer for help. I like to keep it...
Pulled pork and more summer recipes for your slow cooker
In the height of summer, most people have forgotten about their slow cookers. But my slow cooker never gets put into...
The secret to making cheap meat tender and tasty
A few weeks back I pledged to spend less on food, meat in particular. I’ve done well on my promise, and I’...
How to grill fish perfectly every time
For some reason, seafood seems to be one of the most intimidating foods to grill. Fish tends to be delicate and hard to...
5 dinners, 5 ingredients each, 1 simple shopping list, under $50
I want to be better at saving money and one place I can start is with dinner. No, I’m not going to be serving my...
4 secrets to the best homemade ice cream (without the heavy cream)
I love making ice cream at home, but have to say it’s been a real wake-up call. Somehow mixing egg yolks with...
5 secrets to make grilled cheese healthier
Grilled cheese seems like the perfect food. It’s easy to make, has few ingredients and sports a crispy crust and...
The best budget cuts of meat to grill all summer long
This summer, I’m all about sticking to my budget. Unfortunately some of my favorite meats to grill are on the...
The fastest way to cook corn
I love sweet summer corn, but if I’m in a rush it’s often not the fastest choice. It’s not that it...
Is it done yet? 4 ways to really know if your meat is cooked
Even though I’ve cooked meat on the grill (and on my stovetop) one zillion times, I still get a little anxious...
5 tips for perfect grilled vegetables
Although I love a steak or a burger hot off the grill, it’s vegetables that I really prefer cooking over flames....
How to stop wasting food and start saving money
I am guilty of letting some things “go” in my fridge. I don’t finish all my salad greens, so they...
5 surprising foods you should refrigerate
I have a small kitchen that doesn’t have a lot of storage space. Because of that, my refrigerator looks more like...
3 tricks for healthier macaroni salad
Macaroni salad is one of those dishes that you just have to have at a Memorial Day gathering. The ingredients are cheap...
10-minute "soft-serve" you can make in your food processor
Ever heard of yonanas? It’s a one-ingredient frozen dessert made with ripe bananas that has the texture of soft serve...
The secret to cooking juicy pork chops without the fat
Pork Chops are one of my favorite meats to grill. They’re quick cooking and relatively cheap, but they haven’t always...
Do food expiration dates really mean anything?
Some people have a fear of snakes. Others are afraid of heights. For me, it’s spoiled food. I’m not...
5 fast-food favorites you can make healthier at home
Restaurant meals taste good and eating out sure is convenient. But some of the dishes we've come to love are costing...
The best way to cut an onion without crying
I have sensitive eyes. Or so I thought while furiously chopping onions on my cutting board to avoid the waterworks that...
Lighter stovetop chicken & broccoli casserole makeover
Everyone has a favorite comfort food. Mine is creamy chicken and broccoli casserole. It’s a warming dish of ooey-...
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