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Leah Goggins headshot

Leah Goggins

Leah Goggins is a digital fellow for EatingWell. Based in Birmingham, Alabama, she is a devotee of old movies, farmers' markets and Ina Garten's tomato sandwich with basil mayo recipe. Leah has a degree in news media and English from The University of Alabama.
These four- and five-star meatless meals will soon be summer go-tos in your kitchen.
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Healthy ingredients that can help reduce chronic inflammation, like salmon, avocado, beans and kale, take centerstage in these delicious lunches.
Each of these flavor-packed dinners serves at least four, so everyone at the table can get in on the deliciousness.
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With food prices on the rise, you'll love these affordable, delicious breakfasts.
These cold lunch ideas for kids are sure to please both kiddos and the adults making them.
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When you're short on time, you can still make a quick, healthy lunch that will help you power through the afternoon.
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These meatless mains are so simple, you can pull them together in 15 minutes or less.
If you're stuck in a dinner rut, these healthy appetizers are sure to help you dig your way out.
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These dinners are so quick, you can make them on just about any night.
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These low-calorie dinners may be light, but they are chock-full of flavor.
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Limited ingredients keep these dinners simple to make and easy on your wallet.
Cheesy, delicious and oh-so flavorful—these casserole recipes are sure to please everyone at the table.
These comforting casserole dinners will make your next evening meal warm, cozy and satisfying.