Luscious, rich, aromatic. Without all that last-minute stirring. Just get it started an hour before you want to serve and eat. Elegant and hearty. Great served with almost any vegetable or alongside fish, chicken or meat.
Festive and crunchy. Not your everyday granola. Granola you linger over on holiday weekend mornings. Bright and spicy. A wake-up call without coffee. One of the tastiest Ways to get more whole grains in your diet. One of the easiest-to-keep New Year's resolutions.
A terrifically easy Way to add a load of flavor to a simple vegetarian dish. A winter dish that delivers a load of Vitamin A, protein and powerfully anti-imflammatory herbs and spices. And 100% of your Daily Flavor Requirement.
So tasty, quick and easy. The holiday's best leftover. That Christmas Rib Roast was deeply delicious. If you served reasonable portion sizes, you now have the makings of a great hash. For breakfast, lunch and/or dinner.
They're enjoying the Gros Souper. The Great Supper. All satisfaction, no deprivation. But not many calories. And a Glycemic Load near zero. It's luscious, it's fragrant. Preparation time: less than 10 minutes. You can do this day after tomorrow. Easily.
The classic roast beef accompaniment for Christmas, when they go by the name Yorkshire Pudding. Either Way, popovers manage to be amazingly light, rich and easy to make.
If it's meat that makes you merry, 'tis the season. For that over-the-top prime rib roast. Deeply delicious. A sight to behold. A time to practice moderation. Watch that portion size. And maybe go for a run.
Here are some tried-and-true cookies and crackers that are always perfect with a glass of milk. Or a little whipped cream. Now dash away, dash away and start baking.
Just in time for today: National Maple Syrup Day. And just in time for holiday feasting. A spectacularly flavorful green cruciferous vegetable dish for your Christmas spread. A little sweetness from maple syrup and cider. A shot of smoky, salty and rich from smoked bacon or ham.
Daal bhaat tarkari: lentils, rice, curried vegetables. The staple meal of Nepal and much of India. Fragrant curry and Better Cheaper protein. An easy and delicious way into the flavor and health benefits of beans and grains.