A Guide to Packing Lunches Your Kids Will Actually Eat (No Origami Involved)

It's officially back-to-school season, which means an onslaught of ads, articles, posts, and pins about all of the things we should be doing to get our kids ready to return to school. While there are many aspects of back-to-school time that have ...more

We've Been Making French Fries Wrong

Traditional French fries are cooked twice, and not so healthy. Imagine my surprise when I learned that frying only once with very little hands-on effort would result in magically crisp-tender fries—and use about a third less oil! ...more

Summertime, and the Kitchen Is Easy (Or It Will Be With These Dinner Tips)

Dear Mouthy Housewives, I'm too lazy to cook dinner for my family this summer, plus it's too hot. Any ideas? Signed, Kitchen Is Closed  ...more

Honey Balsamic Shredded Chicken Sandwiches

Slow cookers aren't just for winter soups: Pull that baby out to use in the summer months, too! You can make the tangy, honey-balsamic sauce in less than 30 minutes, then throw everything in the cooker for a painless, easy dish. ...more

Gluten-Free Vegetable Quiche with Cashew Herb Crust

It may already feel like summer, but we have a couple more of weeks of late spring before the seasons officially change, which means you still have time to make this lovely Spring Vegetable Quiche with Cashew Herb Crust from Dishing Up the Dirt ...more

Join Us for 10 #BlogHerFood15 Instagram Challenges With Sarah Michelle Gellar

BlogHer Food is coming up on November 6 and 7 in Chicago. Our team is working hard behind the scenes to get ready to celebrate all culinary things, especially how to write and share about them. (Who am I kidding? That's just the tip of the iceberg!) We are excitedly anticipating this very special weekend in the Windy City -- if you haven't registered yet, click here!...more

Summer Peach Cupcakes with Blueberry Frosting

Mariah and I kinda consider ourselves cupcake experts. And yes, that's totally a real thing....more
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5 Food Mistakes I No Longer Make

These 5 food products used to be a regular part of my diet, but I gave them the boot. What do you think happened next? Spoiler alert: I'm 20 pounds lighter, but more on that later. A favorite saying in the health and wellness community is "know better, do better." I think that pretty much sums it up. Obviously most of us want to be healthy and to make better choices, but sometimes we don't know where to start, or worse, we don't know what we don't know. So for those of you who are looking to make some small (and easy!) dietary changes, this post is for you. I hope it helps you reach your goals, or at least makes you think a little harder about what makes it into that grocery cart. ...more

Vegan Labor Day Party Fresh Spicy Cucumber Nectarine Salsa

Collard Green Tacos with @BeyondMeat Fiesta flavor crumbles and Cucumber Carrot Nectarine Salsa....more

A Visit to Four Legs Farm

While most people are familiar with the CSA (community sponsored agriculture) model for vegetables, where you essentially pre-pay for your summer’s produce, the same idea for meat is just starting to catch on....more

Chocolate-Cherry Filled Cheesecake

Chocolate Cherry-Filled Cheesecake...more

Borugula Unda - Maramarala Ladoo - Pori Urundai Recipe - How to make Puffed Rice Laddu - Step by Step Recipe - Krihshna Jayanthi Recipes

If you are looking for more Gokulashtami Recipes then do check Sweet Aval, Kesar Peda, Atukula Daddojanam, Roasted Phool Makhana, Sooji Ki kheer, Sabudana Payasam, Chekkalu, Puran Poli and Peanut Murukulu. ...more

Six Great Kitchen Hacks for Busy Home Cooks

One of the projects that falls under my food writing umbrella is writing a blog called ...more

5 Ways to Make Summer Last {that don’t have anything to do with pumpkin spice lattes}

Whitney Reist The onset of my biggest seasonal pet-peeve has arrived, ya’ll. I’m starting to see pumpkin spice lattes, fall-scented candles, burlap wreaths, and knee-high boots enter into my social media feeds. I’ve always been one to mourn the fast-fading days of the late summertime, and I’m quick to lament over the social media posts and marketing.. ....more

A Kind-of-a-Big-Deal Green Bean Sandwich

by Casey Barber "It was hearty. It was salty. It was like eating the contents of an entire picnic table potluck between your hands ....more

Honey Garlic Chicken with Potatoes

This juicy, tender and flavourful Honey Garlic Chicken with Potatoes will be...more

Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches

I really have been trying to consume less sugar lately. When I bake sweet treats, they get quickly whisked away to be shared with lots of people leaving none behind to tempt me at home. And, I haven’t been making ice creams or sorbets this summer like I usually do ....more

Road Tripping with a Toddler

This isn’t the first time that we’ve taken Logan on a road trip…but it’s the first time that I’ve traveled 7 hours with him on the road, by myself. I have to tell you the thought of it kind of freaked me out, only because when you travel with two one can drive and the other can pass snacks or toys or help to calm down a meltdown. All alone means I can really only focus on the road ....more