Here in the States, we put sauerkraut on our hot dogs. In the Alsace region of France, they put hot dogs on their sauerkraut. If you like dogs, sauerkraut and potato salad, you'll love this big, flavorful cold weather meal.
Hot and steamy. Aromatic. Deeply delicious. Completely satisfying. It'll make you happy. Eat very slowly or you'll eat too much of this high-protein, vegetarian complete-meal-in-a-bowl.
Winter's answer to salad. Smoking hot, right out of the oven. Chard, kale, onion. Brown on top, bubbling throughout. A very green and rich-but-not-heavy gratin casserole. You'll be so happy you made it. And amazed you made it so easily.
Nothing like the frozen stuff you remember from your childhood. Everything Chicken Pot Pie always wanted to be. The perfect steaming hot dish on a still-cold late winter night. Shockingly delicious. Call it something else if that makes you feel better.
I love dark chocolate. I hate to waste food. So I was delighted to see what happens when you give an orange peel a quick dip in melted chocolate. A very adult candy. And each orangette weighs in at 5 calories and costs less than 5 cents. Happy Better Cheaper Valentine's Day.
You forgot Valentine's Day? Here's a 10-minute fix. Right in your kitchen, where you probably have the ingredients. Everything you need to make PB & J Truffles. Really. Delicious. Love Bite Size. Who wouldn't want one placed gently in their mouth by ... you?
Pizza spends a few minutes in a really hot oven. So do kale chips and portobello mushrooms. A match made in the oven. A perfect winter flavor combo with a crisp pizza crust and gooey cheese.
More and more older Baby Boomers are thinking about cooking for the first time in their lives. Because, well, there might not be somebody else to feed them. Right now. Or in the imaginable future. This isn't a downer. It's deep. If the kitchen is uncharted territory for you like it was for me, please click.
Four days and counting to the new Lunar Year, the Chinese New Year. That's the day for this one-pan jasmine rice and vegetables preparation. You do next to nothing. Cook the vegetables right in the pan with the grains. It's all in the timing. Happy New Year.
Not an authentic egg roll. More like a really thin egg pancake wrapped tightly around quickly sauteed vegetables. Do it all in one pan in five minutes. Which leaves plenty of time to celebrate the Chinese New Year next week.