We Tried It Out: Trail Truffles
Upgrade your trail chocolate from M&Ms to these decadent protein bites.
Apples are the not-so-secret ingredient in this vibrant soup.
What better way to make the most of end-of-summer produce than with a sunny succotash that can also be served cold as a salad?
Bright, beautiful, and bursting with veggies, this colorful minestrone is a great way to stretch the harvest.
Rev up your apple pie repertoire with this free-form beauty that’s loaded with dried apricots, figs, and cranberries, plus a healthy splash of Armagnac, an aged brandy from Bordeaux.
Is it true that soaking these foods boosts their nutrient values? We asked a nutritionist for the low-down, plus tips on how to soak nuts, grains, and legumes like a pro.
Not all vitamins are vegetarian approved. Learn which types are truly safe to use.
Stuck in a steak house or oyster bar? Here are some tips for staying true to your vegetarian diet at a restaurant.
Cooking an elaborate meal is something I don’t get to do very often, and not because there aren’t enough holidays, birthdays, or ends of long work-weeks to celebrate. It’s simply because of time—lack of it. An hour spent prepping something fresh and tasty is an hour spent not cleaning off my desk, not finishing that almost-overdue library book, and not walking the dog. Enter the healthy-in-a-hurry meal. I don’t own a microwave, so there’s a limit to how quickly I can get food onto my plate and into my mouth, and besides, I’ve never been into prefab foods. Instead of relying on packaged products, I’ve developed a repertoire of fast, tasty, healthy meals that take very little time to prepare.
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