Don’t be afraid of cabbage! Here are three mouthwatering variations on this superfood featuring curry, tarragon and zaatar.
It’s mostly a myth that good wine gets better with age. Most bottles don’t. But you can ruin wine by storing it wrong. Here’s how to store wine.
Cauliflower is ultra-healthy. But how do those brightly colored varieties stack up against the white version? A leading nutritionist breaks it down…
Here are some delicious and innovative chips and other snacks made from whole foods. They have more nutritional value than potato chips and taste great.
Not all glittery “dust” sold for use on baked goods is safe to eat. Learn what you need to know about decorations for sparkly desserts.
The smoked salmon and capers really rule the day here, but get creative with your vegetables. Gluten free, dairy free, tasty and fast.
Great wines from famous places are overpriced. Here’s how to find great values by seeking similar wines from obscure regions.
Love broccoli florets but toss the stems? With this flavorful salad, you’ll benefit from all of its nutrients without it tasting like, well, broccoli.
Make light, fluffy muffins that don’t stick to the pan.
These stews from Ellie Krieger make living well easy—Make-ahead bouillabaisse…African peanut stew…Sunday sauce beef stew.
These alcohol-free drinks are the ones to make if you’re cutting down on alcohol or you just want a refreshing drink—or two—that leaves your head clear.
This mouthwatering muffin is packed with nutrition for an all-in-one breakfast you can eat on the go. Gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free!
Chocolate lovers, rejoice! Research shows that this “special treat” has more health benefits than previously thought.
Is there really such a thing as a no-fail bread recipe? Sure—depending on your definition of fail. Here’s Adriane Berg’s sweet recipe for the holidays.
We’ve taken the guesswork out of making wheat-free, gluten-free holiday scones and a delicious fruit-filled pastry.
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!
Bringing wine? Make it special! You’ll find great values in these delicious and unusual red, white, and sparkling wines.
Turmeric with ginger? Cocoa beans with virgin olive oil? Pineapple with tequila? Find the best new food flavor combos.
These affordable kitchen tools work great, last forever, and will make your meals healthier, too.