This vegetarian nod to the classic curried chicken salad is perfect for spreading on toasted whole-wheat bread or scooping onto a pile of crispy salad greens for lunch.
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Preparing a well-balanced, flavorful vegetable broth at home is not only easy, but also a great way to salvage leftover vegetables in your fridge.
Cucumbers are more than just a salad accoutrement; they are a bona fide tasty and healthy vegetable in their own right. Often thought of as a vegetable that goes with something else, cucumbers will soon give you reason to eat them on their own!
Looking to kick start your weekend? Eat something light that’s packed with energy and nutrition.
Prosciutto may look like your run of the mile regular ham deli meat. Don’t be fooled though! Prosciutto is very different.
Breakfast in bed is one of the best ways to pamper someone. So show your loved ones how important they are by delivering them a healthy breakfast bedside!
Spring rolls are a classic staple of Chinese cooking. They are most commonly used as part of the Chinese New Year celebration, however they work equally well as an appetizer or an accompaniment to a main meal at any time of year.
After a long day in the office, who wants to go to sleep with a heavy stomach? So I opt for something vegetarian. It always leaves me feeling light!
I love basil, so of course I love pesto too, especially during the summer. But pesto is a little high in fat to be eating every day.
I love pizza… with tons of cheese. It’s my Achilles heel! Without a lot of cheese, I find pizza not worth eating. The problem is, cheese can really jack up the calorie count of anything. Especially when you’re not the one making it. It’s scary to consider all the calories in a slice of extra [...]