Store-bought pizza rolls always sound like such a good idea (pizza in crispy bite-size pouches? What could go wrong?!), but they tend to come with the undesirable side effect of making you feel like you’re gonna die. Whipping up a batch of pizza rolls at home lets you choose your own non-poisonous ingredients, and they’re the perfect appetizer to bring to a party. Bon appetit! [Tracey's Culinary Adventures]
OK, full disclosure: I love kale. I want to marry kale. I would gladly eat it at every meal. My favorite way to prepare it is very simple–sauteed with olive oil, minced garlic, and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice–but I also love throwing it in soups, pastas, salads, and sandwiches. Whether you’re still on the fence about this leafy green or just looking for some different ways to prepare it, click through for 10 delicious recipes, from kale chips (so easy and soooo good) to kale pesto…
When we’re PMSing, get out of the way world, for we are slaves to the impulses of our hormones. And they are hungry! They are harassing us, screaming Salty! Sweet! Both at once! Feed me now, bitch! They require a snack of the ooeyiest, gooiest order. Preferably something that satisfies sweet and savory cravings simultaneously. Try mowing these PMS snacks and see if they don’t do the trick. Warning: clicking through this slideshow you may begin to salivate/laugh/cry/roll around on the floor like a madwoman at the sight of cookie dough dip, cheese balls, chocolate covered potato chips and more. Down, girl!
I know we, as a culture, eat a lot of disgusting things these days — but if 1950s cookbooks are anything to go by, it was even worse then. Virtually all foods were either pickled, creamed or came in some bizarre gelatinous mold form. I guess owing to all of the technological innovations that happened in the post-war US of A, companies were chomping at the bit to create new and “innovative” foods. And that’s why we have Jell-O, kids. Keep reading »
Kale Salad with Almonds, Lemon and Cheese … Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Grapes … Chicken Schwarma Salad … Arugula Salad with Blood Oranges, Dates & Almonds. Nom nom nom nom nom nom. Get those recipes and more here!
Back when we were brainstorming Valentine’s Day recipe roundups, Ami was like, “How about tarts…for tarts?” And I was like, “OBVIOUSLY.” So here they are: 10 delicious tarts, full of fruit and chocolate and perfect for a sultry Valentine’s Day dessert. Ready to tart it up? Click through for recipes!
There are so many reasons you should make these strawberry shortcake rice krispie treats this weekend. Maybe you’ve always wanted to see what heaven tastes like. Maybe you’re looking for a festive red dessert to pre-game for Valentine’s Day. Maybe Nemo has you trapped inside and you were wondering what to do with the Rice Krispies, angel food cake, marshmallows, and fresh strawberries you happen to have on hand. Just find a reason to make these, OK? You’ll thank me later. [Sweet Treats & More]
Even the laziest cooks in the world might be moved to break out the pots n’ pans for Valentine’s Day and whip up a romantical amuse bouche or a decadent desert thingy courtesy of Pinterest. Not me! Too much work. Why bother when you can turn on your special someone without ever turning on the oven? That’s right, kids. Harness the power of aphrodisiacs and cook smarter, not harder. Behold my super simple, never-before-seen sexy V-Day recipes. Bon appetite, lazy lovers!
Whether your Valentine’s Day plans include cooking dinner for your lover or hosting a dinner party for your single friends, who can resist a menu full of heart-shaped munchies? We found 11 adorable heart-shaped foods–both sweet and savory–to help you celebrate V-Day in style. Click on the gallery to check ‘em out!
Whether you’re new to the world of quinoa and don’t know where to start, or you’re a seasoned quinoa-cooking veteran who’s running low on inspiration, click on the gallery to check out 8 quinoa recipes that are anything but boring…