With the garden exploding with herbs right now this was a quick and easy way to incorporate lots of parsley, basil, oregano and chives.
It's Super Bowl weekend! A batch of warm corn fritters doused in spicy honey butter is about as good as it gets - whether or not there's a game on TV. With these on the table, everyone may just forget about the game.
Everyone loves deviled eggs – at a party, they’re always the first to go. They have so much potential beyond the usual mayo and sprinkle of paprika; try dressing them up with any number of ingredients – or use your imagination.
Chicken satay are really like chicken fingers on a stick - minus the crunchy coating.
This week, Earls launched a new series of cooking videos, starting with their already famous tuna tostadas. They're easy to make at home!
Here's a new idea for meatless Monday - fresh, homemade falafel come together quickly with a single can of chickpeas. Top with creamy tzatziki made with ripe avocado. It makes great party food too!
These trendy treats are easy to make in minutes. All you need is an inexpensive can of chickpeas.
Salty, briny feta and olives keep well in the fridge. If you have some on hand, you’re minutes away from a warm, rustic skillet full of roasted cheese your guests will love.
Recipe courtesy of Super-Quick Muffin Tin Meals: 70 Recipes for Perfectly Portioned Comfort Food in a Cup by Melanie La Due.
Kids love corn dogs – but since they’re typically deep-fried, they’re not particularly home-friendly. This version is made with cornbread batter thick enough to shape around the hot dogs and bake until golden.