Simple ingredients, but the flavor from the mushrooms and wine is so rich and savory. Plan ahead to make ahead—stew is always better the second day!
Author Margie Abrams
Marjory Abrams is executive vice president and chief content officer of Bottom Line Inc. Margie is a self-made health nut, voraciously learning from the content Bottom Line publishes—and the innumerable health experts she has rubbed elbows with over the course of her career. Her nightly game of “What’s in the ‘fridge?” has led to innovative, mostly yummy, concoctions that rarely leave leftovers.
A perfect lunch—works raw or cooked. Or leave out the chicken for a tantalizing salad from the rich flavor of caraway.
The tri-color carrots and some creative prep make will wow your guests with this deliciously simple “confetti” salad. Make extra!
A beautiful meal that is quick to prep and cook on a busy night, with bok choy, peppers, onions and a tangy sauce that will make your mouth water.
Fresh sprouts will be ready to eat in five days. Delicious in salads (try Tuna Slaw with Dried Currants and Fennel), soups and more.
Most grilled fruit recipes use sugar, but you don’t need it. The grilling process brings out a creamy lushness that is thrilling to the palette.
You love pasta but don’t love the starchy, empty calories? This easy-prep, fast-cooking recipe features chickpea pasta and spiralized squash.
Popcorn is a healthy snack. This treat has just the right amount of sweetness to satisfy any craving and it’s so easy-to-make.
An easy, delicious treat for overripe bananas. Mix this up before your shower, and breakfast will be ready by the time you are.
The ingredients in this chopped salad are driven as much by texture and color as they are by taste. This is as beautiful to behold as it is to eat.
The perfect way to start your day. Delicious, satisfying, healthy…and no gluten, dairy or cane sugar.
A delicious, healthy twist on Buffalo-style chicken wings. Not fried, no chicken skin, but loads of flavor! Plus gluten- and dairy-free.
With only 5 ingredients, this delicious soup couldn’t be easier. Not into peas? There’s a variation that still reaps the health benefits of peas!
Let this crunchy delight become your go-to dessert in a hurry! Prep takes five minutes, and the variations are endless.
This sweet-and-savory dish is a cacophony of succulent spices and tongue-titillating textures. Bonus: Gluten-free and vegan!
The delicateness of these cookies means they won’t overpower the icy treat in between. You won’t miss the gluten, dairy, eggs, or cane sugar!
This new post had two major motivations: (1) I’d signed up to make a dinner…
Tired of bland salt-free food? Herb it up with this tasty meal: Herbed Salmon, Potatoes in Horseradish Sauce, Broccoli Paprikash and Coconutty Peaches.
My very first food blog was written just in time for 4th of July. I…