Good springtime asparagus doesn't need a lot of preparation to become a stellar part of a meal.
This one-pot meal is light and can be served hot or cold, great for spring. The rice is soft and subtly flavored with saffron.
This rich and creamy strawberry shake is warmly spiced with vanilla, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, and ginger. Don't forget to soak the cashews overnight!
For an unusual pairing with chicken stew or vegetable curry, try this easy pilaf which uses red jasmine rice.
For a vegetarian take on this easy and delicious recipe, use pan-fried cubed tofu instead of the shrimp, and omit the fish sauce.
Fluffy and hearty, this salad is chock-full of fresh and flavorful ingredients. Substituting brown rice for the red rice would work fine, too.
Sautéeing beet greens in olive oil turns them meltingly tender, making them a delicious topping for crostini.
Toasting the hazelnuts instead of leaving them raw results in maximum hazelnut flavor, so don't leave this step out! This nut milk is mildly sweet, but you could add a teaspoon or more of your sweetener of choice, if it's not quite sweet enough for you.
Double the sugar and chocolate in this easy granola for a super decadent version.
This works well with bison or stew meat.
Deliciously flavored with grapefruit, this cake is light and springy. Nice for a sweet breakfast, or of course, for dessert.
Grapefruit, brown sugar, and spices coat pork tenderloin and turn into a caramelized, flavorful crust.
Possibly the most delicious way you’ve eaten beets, this recipe uses the greens in addition to the roots. They’re served with creamy Boucheron cheese and warm, crusty bread.
This easy dip is excellent with chicken wings!
These wings are based on the original recipe from Anchor Bar in Bufflao, New York, and are great with blue cheese dip.
Great for feeding a crowd, these easy wings are baked, so there's no need to break out the deep fryer.
This striking, dark pink pasta dish looks as good as it tastes. A simple green salad is all you need to make this the star of a special meal.
These rosy-hued muffins flecked with dark poppy seeds are great in the morning on your way out the door. Dairy- and gluten-free, they’ll be a hit with everyone in the house.
Serve with some good bread for a wholesome, warming dinner.
Slow-cooked fennel gives this dish a nice soft creaminess, a perfect counterpoint to the Italian sausage. This is excellent served over polenta or pasta.
Using ciabatta bread for pizza crust makes getting dinner on the table fast and easy. This pizza is topped with a tasty and classic Italian combination of sweet cherry tomatoes, fennel, briney black olives and savory parmesan.
This quick, one-pan meal will surely become a favorite.
This fresh and vibrant salad hits the spot on dreary winter and fall days.
This simple vinaigrette is delicious as is, but makes a great base if you'd like to add herbs or garlic.
These tacos are so easy to make, they’re sure to become a weeknight staple. The chimichurri adds a bright, tangy, and garlicky flavor that complements the black beans and kale nicely.
This is just the kind of soup to make at the beginning of the week for lunches. It’s hearty enough to keep for several days, and is so delicious you won’t tire of it.
This Thai-inspired recipe makes a perfect healthy dinner for one, but can be easily multiplied for more servings.
Stuffed with a bunch of lacinato kale, these potatoes are tasty and seem indulgent, but have enough green to be wholesome. Serves 3 as a hearty main, or 6 as a side.
This comforting, mostly hands-off meal has a sauce built right in, and has the kind of flavor that seems (deceptively) like you worked on it all day. It does take 24 hours to marinate, so plan ahead.
Substitute small new potatoes or quartered golden potatoes for the purple ones, and this hearty salad will be just as good. It’s easily doubled.