A bowl full of this hearty turkey stew with butternut squash and quinoa satisfies your cravings and dishes up a generous serving of protein, vitamins A and C and fiber.
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The end of November traditionally hosts Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the turkey dilemma. I'm here to help you solve the leftover turkey problem -- with a spicy jambalaya.
Do you need a vegetable in a hurry? Buy a bag of French-style green beans, and you're halfway there. Microwave them right before serving. Dress them up and serve.
Pumpkin flan can end a meal in style any time of year, but it really struts its stuff around the holiday season. Expand your pumpkin horizons beyond pie with our spicy flan served in a pool of caramel sauce.
Our recipe, "Linguine with no-cook tomato sauce" deals with plentiful garden produce painlessly. Plus, it definitely meets the busy mom criteria for getting a healthy -- and popular -- dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less.
While surfing the 'net I came across a spoof ad, that actually has become a controversial product. At first I thought the manufacturer was kidding, but it turns out they're not! See what all the fuss is about!
Create a deceptively quick and easy, moist, succulent dinner that will leave people thinking you spent hours in the kitchen. Here's how!
If you're like me, you eagerly wait for pumpkin spice latte to show up on the menu each fall. Make your own at home and enjoy them year-round.
Maybe you're tired of the same old mashed sweet potatoes. Serve them with a Southwestern twist -- chiplotle paste and a touch of lime.
It's fall and Halloween is quickly approaching. Do you have a pumpkin kicking around or a stash of canned puree? Put it to good use and make up a dessert pizza. Filled with cream cheese, apple, pumpkin and chopped nuts, it will delight the whole crowd!