Make-Ahead Summer Lunch Idea for Kids: Try a Grazi…

Need a quick, fun way to feed your kids this summer? Mix it up with grazing trays! We have three setups—one for breakfast, one for lunch, and one for movie night—for healthy, hands-off ways to keep your kids fed this summer! Continue reading “Make-Ahead Summer Lunch Idea for Kids: Try a Grazing Tray!” » Source […]

Seared Halibut with Berry Compote and Roasted Vege…

This post is written in partnership with Well•Pict. It’s rare to find a truly great weeknight meal that looks and tastes like it could be served at your next dinner party! This halibut is one such recipe, and it is particularly wonderful during the height of strawberry season (now!) The game plan: Because halibut cooks […]

Chickpea Salad Sandwiches Recipe | SimplyRecipes.c…

Our “Cooking for Two” series is all about those of us who love good food but need smaller batches. Maybe you’re single or coupled but with no kids (no kids, before kids, after kids). Whatever the reason, you don’t necessarily want a lot of leftovers hanging around. We had you in mind when we developed these […]

Chillo al Ajillo (Pan Fried Red Snapper in Garlic …

This simplified version of a classic Puerto Rican Lenten dish takes a restaurant staple and makes it easy for the home cook. Red snapper fillets are rubbed with citrus-garlic marinade, then pan-fried until the outside is crispy, and the inside is flaky and tender. A zesty garlic-vinegar sauce is the finishing touch! Continue reading “Chillo […]

5 Hearty Bowl Dinners to Beat the Summer Heat

Bring on the fresh produce and create flavorful dinner bowls for the whole family. Black Bean Burrito bowls, BLT Salad with Buttermilk Dressing, and Sesame Noodle Salad offer the versatility and ease we all crave. Continue reading “5 Hearty Bowl Dinners to Beat the Summer Heat” » Source link

Cucumber Sandwiches Recipe |

I come from a family of four children. When we were little and getting antsy, my mom would sometimes distract us with “party sandwiches.” They could have been made with just about anything— peanut butter and jelly or tuna salad—but she created an air of festivity by cutting off the crusts and then cutting them […]

11 Recipes for Serious Strawberry Lovers

Summer is when berries get their spotlight, and oh, do they shine bright! Living in Oregon has really taught me to appreciate berry season in all its glory, but when it comes down to it, I absolutely adore fresh, sweet, juicy strawberries. I’ve passed that love on down to my five girls because we can’t […]

Whole Wheat Strawberry Shortcake

Sweetened strawberries set on a fluffy biscuit and topped with light cream, but with a healthy twist. Whole wheat flour and yogurt up the nutritional value and give us one more reason to eat strawberry shortcake. Continue reading “Whole Wheat Strawberry Shortcake” » Source link

5 Freezer-Friendly Make and Save Meals

This month, we welcome back Marta Rivera for more of her meal plans. Marta is a trained chef, mom of twins, Army wife, and a Simply Recipes recipe tester and developer! I might spend a couple of nights in the house this week. Maybe. Okay, I’ll still spend most of my time at home. But, after […]

The Best Wine to Pair with Salmon

If you’re anything like me, salmon is on your plate more often than any other variety of seafood. Whether it’s roasted, seared, or grilled, it makes for an easy and feel-good weeknight meal. But what should you drink with it? The traditional rule of white wine with fish is probably what comes to mind, but […]

What is the Best Soy Sauce Substitute?

Print READER QUESTION: I can’t eat anything with soy in it. Is there a substitute when I’m preparing food at home? Indeed there is! If you’re looking for the savory, umami-ness you get from traditional soy sauce, but without the soy part, try one of these: SOY SAUCE SUBSTITUTES Coconut aminos is made from the […]

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How to Buy and Store Cherries

Cherry flavors overrun our world: cherry popsicles, cherry lip balm, cherry Lifesavers. But nothing beats the real deal. A bowl of fresh, in-season cherries are delicious baked in pies, cooked into preserves, or eaten raw. We look forward to them all year, for our favorite recipes and plain ol’ snacking. Here’s how to pick the […]

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