Chewy and nutty and salty and subtly sweet and guaranteed to be a little more exotic than any other cookie you’ve ever had. Also gluten-free as well as dairy-free and egg-free and, yes, paleo-friendly.
It may not be the classic tuna melt yet it’s about to upend everything you thought you knew about yourself and your tuna melt preferences.
This bowl of comfort features all the hearty, stick-to-your-ribs goodness of traditional split pea soup with the added benefit of tossing everything in the slow cooker and walking away.
We combine the hallmark ingredients of two classic salads—Cobb and Waldorf—in this simple, satisfying, and we dare say stunning collision of healthy and indulgent.
You’re gonna wanna dribble, drizzle, and dabble this easy, creamy, subtly sweet vinaigrette on just about anything. Comes together in literally seconds and transforms EVERYTHING.
When done right, coconut rice is an almost indescribably lovely side dish that’s ever so slightly sweet and laughably easy and incredibly versatile. Here’s how to make it.
A perfectly cooked and gently spiced specimen of cruciferous loveliness. You’re seriously not going to be able to stop noshing this.
When you have leftover corned beef, there’s only one thing to do with it.
This fire roasted salsa manages to be sweet, smoky, and spicy all at once thanks to charred tomatoes and onions and chipotle in adobo. The quintessential salsa for dunking, dipping, and dabbling.
This Mexican spaghetti, or sopa seca de fideo, is mindblowingly seductive and authentic as heck. Translated literally, it means “dry soup with noodles,” and it’s soooo much better than it sounds.
Not just for breakfast, this raspberry streusel coffee cake is gonna knock your socks off. Buttery and almond-y and just all around lovely.
What to do with those lackluster, out-of-season berries that you couldn’t resist buying at the store.
Learn how to keep your magnificent cake from sticking to the pan and turning into a sad heap of crumbs rather than the spectacularly stunning butter and sugar creation that it is.
Teriyaki has become synonymous with an overly sweet and sticky sauce. That’s a shame. This easy salmon teriyaki recipe keeps things perfectly in balance.
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