Certain foods can give you a sharper, more energized, happier brain. In the spirit of the holidays, we’re calling out which holiday foods are bursting with the elements of happiness. That’s right, Holiday Good Mood Foods!
I’ve been meaning to try making spaetzle for years. Lo and behold, spaetzle, like most ethnic comfort foods, isn’t really hard to make at all.
A delicious recipe that will be made again and again no matter the season (although, it does taste a bit like Christmas).
This dish will be a favorite at any holiday gathering! The great thing is, you can roast the sweet potatoes the night before to cut prep time in half the day of a big meal.
by guest blogger Maya Rodale. Inside S’mores—or Baked S’mores—were invented by necessity on a rainy day, but now they are one of my go-to treats.
If you are anything like me, you have a taste imprinted on your tongue from childhood that associates parties with piggies in a blanket.
I will never understand why anyone would want to eat a piece of chicken that doesn’t have crispy skin surrounding it. Here’s my recipe for the simplest, tastiest, crispiest chicken.
Fennel is one of those vegetables that seem a bit odd if you aren’t used to it, but think of it as round celery that has a hint of licorice flavor to it and you’ll be fine.