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Cooking with spices and herbs could help you ditch the salt shaker and meet sodium recommendations.
Premade ingredients makes this recipe quick to put together.
This brunch-perfect cinnamon French toast with your favorite features of an apple fritter, is sure to be the talk of your family's table.
This is cod covered in a salad version of Elote, grilled corn on the cob coated with mayo and spices.
A welcomed appetizer to any party. Make a batch for yourself to top off a bagel or add to eggs.
A light, citrus boost gives this fresh salmon a zesty, delicious flavor that comes alive when prepared over the grill.
No, it’s not your typical Irish fare, but delicious…and…green.
If you are crazed during the week and are always being asked, “What’s for dinner?” This recipe is for you.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. Do you have favorite Irish recipes? Is this month all green and gold for you?
This is an easy but flavorful and quick meal. If you’re not a fish fan, use chicken breasts instead.
Shallots and frost sweetened spinach came together in this delicious cream cheese spread served on locally made artisan crackers.
Pralines are candy typically made of pecans and brown sugar. How about making it into a cookie instead?
This recipe has a pretty presentation with minimal dishes to wash later.
Deliver big taste with fewer calories and less sodium than you might expect with this recipe.
This quick salmon recipe is perfect for a quick weeknight meal.
This tastes delicious plain but you can top the soup with your choice of shredded cheese, sour cream, bacon, green onion, or salsa.
Adding mushrooms to ground beef can enhance the taste of dishes, deliver an extra serving of vegetables and trim total calories and fat intake.
What if you could take the flavors you would find in a doughnut, but make it into a muffin?