Milanese-Style Turkey is Big on Taste Turkey is a popular meat in Italy, where they don't even celebrate Thanksgiving like Americans do. Turkey has also been gaining popularity in the United States as a year round menu item. And depending on how it's prepared, turkey is generally lower in calories and fat than other meats, like beef -- yet it's big on taste.
Make Perfect Hard-boiled Eggs Chef Jeffrey Saad, eggspert and Cooking Channel host, shares his advice on how to properly hard-boil eggs for Easter or any time of the year (video lesson included).
Cabbage Goes Gourmet For St. Patrick's Day When people say Irish cooking, here's what comes to mind: corned beef and cabbage, Irish stew, and maybe comforting colcannon - a mash-up of potatoes and cabbage. But Ireland today is also known for some of the finest dining in the world.
Something Different for Dinner Looking for something different for dinner? Bringing new foods to the table can be easier, and healthier, than you might think.
Sweet Potatoes: A Super Food for Diabetics? While we all know the importance of including vegetables in meals, we can get pretty bored with the same lineup of veggies. If that's the case with you, consider preparing sweet potatoes!
Tilapia with Mustard-Yogurt Sauce Try this easy recipe for a creative, flavorful way to serve fish. Yogurt, Dijon mustard, lemon juice and chives combine to make a wonderful, fresh-tasting sauce for your fish and other seafood.
Live Longer by Drinking Coffee? Drinking coffee every day may lengthen the life of older adults and lower their risk of death from many diseases, suggests the largest study on the topic.
Does Green Tea Lower Blood Sugar Levels? Research has linked green tea and its compounds to many potential health benefits, including preventing cancer and type 2 diabetes. But can drinking it lower your blood sugar levels?
Got Hummus? 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.
Sweet-Savory with a Hint of Anise 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.
Mediterranean-Style Oven Kebabs 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.