Pair chicken cutlets with one of the most popular vegetables along the Mediterranean. The roll-ups are easy to make and look impressive when served and sliced.
This soup, almost a stew thanks to all the good stuff in it, includes what southwestern Native Americans called the three sisters - beans, corn and squash.
With football playoff and superbowl parties upon us, it's the perfect time to explore dude-style diabetes friendly eating.
As you roam the produce aisle or farm stand looking for fresh, healthy and quick ways to include more produce into your meals -- stop and smell the onions.
Hummus is a versatile, easy-to-prepare, nutritious and delicious spread or dip. The Arabic word hummus actually means chickpeas; the spread we call hummus would be translated as chickpeas with tahini.
There's nothing as good as a simple sauteed vegetable, like fennel. Though fennel is actually an herb in the same family as dill, cilantro and cumin, the bulb is a root vegetable. Seared and then sauteed, it becomes sweet savory with a hint of anise flavor.
Today kebabs are popular throughout the world. No wonder - you get the great grilled flavor without even having to fire up the charcoal or gas.
A heaping serving of steamed mussels is a feast. Digging into it brings briny pleasure plus a long list of benefits. Many people hesitate to cook mussels at home so I hope seeing this list of their goodness inspires you to see how easy it really is.