"I’d never made Hollandaise sauce before and I’ve heard it's kind of advanced…but I was up for the challenge. I learned patience is key. Everything else was easy! Can you boil a potato? Good. You can do this recipe!"
LA Chef Joe Sasto shares his simple recipe for creating your own homemade pasta dough. What's his advice to making a good dough? Read the full recipe to find out!
There are beaucoup ways to enjoy Cleveland Kraut, like this gut-friendly sauerkraut bowl full of fermented goodness and healthy vegetables! Great for a clean & easy lunch or dinner.
If you're on the fence about Brussels sprouts, we've teamed up with Indianapolis yoga instructor Colleen, to bring you a simple recipe for Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts that just might change your mind!
Gremolata is a vibrant condiment from Italy. There are many variations, but it typically consists of a mixture of Italian parsley, garlic and citrus. Added to asparagus, it's a perfect match!
Caramelized on the outside with a soft, buttery inside, roasting cabbage creates a nutty flavor that pairs well with a variety of grilled dishes.
This broccoli salad has a nice balance of crunchy textures and sweet tangy flavors, plus it's abundant in vitamins and minerals.
Filling, tasty and healthy! Slow cooker curry chicken is perfect for busy nights or when you need a bowl of comfort food.
Hungry for an Italian night? This recipe for zucchini noodles tossed in a tomato marinara with sautéed shrimp and topped with a sprinkle of parmesan cheese is ready in no time! We think you'll love this zucchini marinara dish!
You'll get a taste of the Mediterranean with this panzanella salad recipe which uses homemade sourdough croutons, dill yogurt dressing, and tons of fresh veggies.
If sandwiches are your go-to lunch, here's a new one you should try! This sweet curry cauliflower grilled chicken salad sandwich is topped with kale and radish micro greens on a whole wheat slice of Amelia's bread.
Using just 5 ingredients–Dominick's sustainable wild-caught shrimp, Tessemae's Green Goddess dressing, asparagus, olive oil, salt & pepper–you could be 10 minutes away from a big hit at your kitchen table.
A spin on traditional cucumber sandwiches, these have been kicked up a notch by using tangy goat cheese, a spicy crunch of watermelon and Korean daikon radishes, and hot sauce. Makes a great party platter!
Beets and broccoli are not your typical combination, but their flavors work well together. The beets can be roasted ahead of time for a super quick side dish.
A Provencal gratin bound together with eggs and rice, makes for a heartier, casserole-like dish. Unlike traditional gratin made with cream or milk, this recipe allows the greens to shine.