ARTICLES For Carrots
SPATCHCOCKED TURKEY IN 80 MINUTES
WITH 27 COMMENTS
Who says it takes all day to roast a great turkey? This incredibly moist turkey with crackly, crispy skin roasts in 80 minutes and is a cinch to prepare. You will love it!
WITH 112 COMMENTS
This bacon wrapped turkey is every bit as incredible as it looks. It is fun to make and one of the easiest, most flavorful and moist turkeys I have ever made. No stuffing, no brining, just a little jacket weaving. I encourage you to try this turkey!
SLOW COOKER CHICKEN WITH WALNUTS AND POMEGRANATE
WITH 22 COMMENTS
This slow-cooker dish is a variation on Persian Fesenjoon, a medieval dish originally made with wild duck. Fork-tender and delicious, with a good balance of sweet, sour and savory.
HAMBURGER VEGETABLE SOUP
WITH 2 COMMENTS
A fast, economical and healthful soup loaded with veggies. My family has now made this basic but comforting soup for three generations. Make a double batch and freeze the extras for future meals.
ASIAN SALAD WITH GINGER CARROT DRESSING
WITH NO COMMENTS
Traditional ginger carrot Japanese salad dressing makes this salad light, healthy and delicious. You will find many uses for it, including serving it with salad, brown rice, steamed or stir-fried vegetables.
HAWAIIAN-STYLE FRIED RICE
WITH 4 COMMENTS
Fried rice is a delicious way to repurpose leftovers. It is also easy to make once you know a few secrets. Here is a recipe that comes from my childhood in Honolulu. I bet you will never guess the number one secret!
IRISH BEEF STEW
WITH ONE COMMENT
Irish beef stew's two secret ingredients are stout and red wine. Loaded with vegetables, this make-ahead stew is comforting when the weather is cool and a great meal to celebrate your inner Irish on St. Patrick's Day.
WITH NO COMMENTS
Beef bourguignon is a classic comfort food perfect for a cold winter's night. This recipe eliminates the more tedious steps to making this wine-infused, slow-cooked dish.
RIBOLLITA SOUP RECONSTRUCTED
WITH 3 COMMENTS
Ribollita is a classic Tuscan peasant soup that harkens back to the Middle Ages.Ribollita is delicious, packed full of nutrition and very economical to make. This reconstructed version adds bread at the end of the cooking process.