A traditional Irish dish. And the translation? Sausage and mashed potatoes (this recipe features cabbage in the mash!).
There are as many colcannon recipes as there are cooks in Ireland. This one uses softened and crunchy savoy cabbage, as well as garlic and leeks for extra depth.
Strawberries and rhubarb are wonderful together. And this tart is as delicious as it is beautiful.
Enjoy these crab cakes as an appetizer with mustard sauce or lemon aioli or as main with slaw, potatoes and green beans.
Give this spook-tacular snack a try! Kids won’t make any bones about eating their veggies after making this delicious Halloween treat.
Grilling is a great way to take fruits to a new level, including cantaloupe.
These delicious stuffed tomatoes make a terrific summer lunch. They can also be baked and served warm, if you desire.
Quick jam is a great way to use up summer fruit that you know you won't be able to finish on its own.
The key here is buttermilk!
Three ingredients is all you need to make your own luscious peach butter.
Brighten up you summer meal with this fresh and tasty corn on the cob recipe.
These cute little tarts are perfect portions for dessert, and the berries on top glisten like little gems. A pecan and maple crust is like a crunchy cookie, and a perfect foil for the rich crème fraîche and juicy berries.
Take advantage of in-season fresh cherries and make a double batch of this slightly sweet, slightly spicy sauce.
An elegant and tasty take on a chicken dinner combines asparagus, sun-dried tomatoes and cheeses for a delicious flavor.
This summer soup is as refreshing and flavorful as it is beautiful!
Simplicity is delicious in this classic rhubarb crisp that celebrates one of spring's early treasures.
This sweet and tangy salad complements halibut's already slightly sweet and mild flavor.
If you are looking for a crusty, hearty bread that requires very little effort, this is the one for you. It’s really like a giant scone, dappled with caraway and raisins. Since it is not a yeast bread, it doesn’t require any rising time; just stir it up and bake! -
This recipe includes luscious avocado, the juice and pulp of a lime, and jalapeño pepper. Perfect with grilled fish, chicken or huevos rancheros!
This refreshing summer soup is a delicious way to celebrate juicy seasonal tomatoes.
Try these rich, creamy, no-bake cheesecake cups accented with a sweet-tart blackberry sauce.
Spring is all about fresh rhubarb. Some call it a fruit, some call it a vegetable. Either way it's tart, bold flavored and is sought after for desserts, pies, and jams. It has also been used for centuries in Chinese medicine.
Don’t tell anyone—these cookies are vegan and have some healthy whole-grain flour in them, too. Just put them out on the cookie table and watch them disappear.
Celebrate fall with a savory mix of sautéed apples, garlic and sausage stuffed in pie pumpkin.
This tasty sweet potato pie has less added sugar and fat than traditional versions, without sacrificing flavor. It's easy to make and is a perfect holiday dessert.
Tart apples and sweet raisins are baked under a deliciously spiced crumble for a tasty morning treat.
This festive holiday cheese spread is quick and simple to make and great for entertaining.
This salad definitely is one of the darlings of summer! Great rustic bread is toasted in olive oil and tossed with juicy heirloom tomatoes and a sassy vinaigrette.
It’s amazing how delicious seasonal, vegetables can be with a splash of olive oil and a dash of sea salt when they are caramelized over a bed of bright red coals (or your glistening gas grill!).
Serve this refreshing salad with grilled or blackened strip or flank steak.
In this unconventional kimchi, squash is served up al dente; its sweetness is accentuated by the brine and chiles.
A winter version of Caesar salad using a combination of winter greens, such as radicchio and escarole.
This lemony asparagus soup is spiced with a touch of curry and gets added richness from “lite” coconut milk and creamy red potatoes.
If there’s such a thing as autumn in a bowl, this is it.
Roasted beets and sweet dates, tangy oranges and juicy pomegranate seeds make this quinoa salad recipe festive.
This delightful stuffing is delicious for any Thanksgiving meal. Serve it with tofu steak and mushroom gravy for vegans.
Pumpkin works overtime imparting rich, wonderful flavor to this decidedly lower-fat cheesecake.
Baked apples are one of those old-fashioned desserts that should not be forgotten. Simply core whole apples and fill the cavities with crunchy nuts and chewy fruit, then baste them with cider and maple syrup for a timeless delicious treat.
Baked crust is topped with fresh mozzarella, spring greens and chicken for a delightful twist on traditional pizza.
The flavors of sweet melon, savory prosciutto and fresh mint play off each other perfectly in this refreshing summer fruit salad.
This basic quiche recipe can be easily adapted with your choice of in-season and local ingredients.
Moist & savory.
Perfect summer side with the great nutty flavor of quinoa.
Such a refreshing salad on a hot summer day.
This is a refreshingly fruity summer beverage!
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