This minestrone is ideal for your next lunch date with friends. With lots of vegetables and whole grains, this dish is light from start to finish.
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This versatile Italian dish goes from stove top to table in less than 30 minutes. Serve with a simple salad for a filling weeknight meal.
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Worthy of a special occasion, the secret to this elegant dish is a sauce made from apricot spread and a little lime juice for tartness. Serve with Orange Kalette Salad for a dinner fit to serve company.
Yield: 4 servings (serving size: 1 chicken breast half and about 1 1/2 tablespoons apricot-lemon sauce)
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A symbol of vitality since Roman times, fresh dill lends its sharp flavor and a distinct aroma to mild and delicate flounder fillets. Sour cream and capers add tang. Since heat diminishes the potency of fresh dill, it’s best to add it to the dish near the end of the suggested cooking time.
Yield: 4 servings (serving size: 1 fillet and about 2 tablespoons cream)
Prep: 8 minutes
Cook: 12 minutes
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For this one-pan dish, Grace Parisi roasts chicken legs on a bed of potatoes and kale so the meaty juices keep the vegetables moist. This simple dish will quickly become one of your go-to recipes! So easy but so much flavor.
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Black-Eyed Peas are wonderful year round but at New Years Eve they are have become a tradition that points to hope and greater things to come.
This auspicious New Year’s Day tradition dates back to the Civil War, when the land was left bare by war, leaving behind only black-eyed peas and greens as animal fodder. Rich in nutrients, these were the humble foods that enabled Southerners to survive. Details of stories differ, but each celebrates a communion of family and friends bound by grateful hearts and renewed hope for good things yet to come.
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