Barbecues are for vegetarians, too. Check out these three flavorful all-veggie grilling recipes.
With spring just around the corner, I start trading in my stews and pasta bakes for lighter, fresher options. I don’t know if it’s something in the air or my subconscious realization that shorts and swimsuits are on the horizon, but as soon as the sun starts warming up the frozen ground, I start turning toward greener, leafier foods. If you’re like me and looking for a tasty road to springtime, try these two flavorful salad recipes.
Serve your shepherd’s pie with some cabbage rolls as a side. These cabbage rolls feature many of the same ingredients as the pie (making it easy on your prep time), but with the addition of tangy goat cheese, you’ll hardly even notice! These two dishes offer some unique twists on classic favorites, perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day dinner for two!
Nothing complements a winter night quite like a hot beverage.
In lieu of buying a bunch of red-themed stuff and shoving it in your sweetie’s face, this year try wooing your significant other with a romantic, Valentine’s Day home-cooked dinner. It’s intimate, special, and it shows that you care more than a phone call to a local restaurant. But for many people, cooking dinner at home can be a stressful and time-consuming endeavor.
A winter day can cut you right to the bone with its wind chill and overcast skies. On days when it’s impossible to walk outside without your eyes watering and immediately freezing shut (happened to me once!), I like to hunker down inside with a giant bowl of steaming soup.
Nothing says “I love you” like a romantic, home-cooked dinner. Create a special meal for that special someone this Valentine’s Day.