The age old latke debate—sour cream or applesauce? But those aren't your only topping options. Get inspired by these delicious ideas, plus tips for making perfect potato pancakes every time.
Had enough zoodles and wondering what other vegetables work with a spiralizer? Get inspired by these great ideas for more unusual things you can make with your spiralizer, plus tips on how to cook them.
Celebrate Valentine's Day this year by making a romantic meal for two with these easy ideas. Light the candles, and whip up this simple three-course menu.
Spiralizers come in handy during the fall, turning root vegetables, like potatoes and sweet potatoes, and fall fruits, such as apples, into colorful spirals that are even more fun to eat—and quicker to cook.
Looking for some creative ways to use up all those veggies? Get out your spiralizer and go beyond just making noodles with these unique spiralized vegetable recipes.
Make an easy and healthy snack with kids, Beast-a-Carotene Monsters. These funny looking guys come together quickly with spiralized carrots.
Making your own riced cauliflower is easier than you think. Learn how to DIY it, and get our best ideas for what to do with it to make it taste great. Fried cauliflower rice, anyone?
You can buy most vegetables year-round, but if you shop for produce that’s actually in season, you’re guaranteed better flavor.
ChihYu of I Heart Umami(Opens in a new window), an Asian-Inspired Paleo, Whole30 and Keto recipe blog, keeps coming back to a zucchini noodle dish with shrimp and avocado basil pesto.
We all have recipes that we keep coming back to. They’re the ones we lean on for dinner parties or potlucks. The ones we make when we aren’t feeling ambitious, but still want impressive results.
Summer has hit with full force. I can scarcely believe that it was ever cold enough for a sweater or even full-length jeans. My meals have gone full-on summer, too. To me, seasonal eating isn’t just about enjoying ingredients at their peak (though that’s a big part of it), it’s also about meals that capture the moment perfectly. In winter, it’s a long cooked braise with hearty roots served on a bitterly cold evening. And now, at the height of summer, it’s this dish featuring crisp-edged grilled