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Easy Bacon & Cheddar Breakfast Quiche

by Maria Luci, editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and Rodale’s Bacon! Need we say more? Well, OK, we will: Bacon is the current golden child of the foodie world. And with good reason. It’s delicious and incredibly versatile, used in everything from savory breakfasts and quick lunches to hearty dinners and even sweet desserts […]

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The Easy Way to Make the Best Eggplant Parmigiana

by guest blogger Paul Kita, food and nutrition editor at Men’s Health I’m not going to pretend I’m Italian. I’m Polish. But I’ve eaten my weight in eggplant parmigiana over the years, and cooked a fair amount of the stuff—especially this time of year, when fresh eggplant piles gleam atop farmers’ market tables. I’ve also […]

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3 Healthy & Delicious Mason Jar Meals

by guest blogger Carrie Mehl, marketing manager at Rodale’s I heart mason jar meals. They’re easy to prep, super portable, and fun to eat! Here are three of my current favorite wholesome jar recipes that I just had to share. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! Cantaloupe and Chickpea Layer Salad […]

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The Easiest Summer Fruit Pie

The following recipe is from my cookbook Scratch, which comes out October 11. You can pre-order it here now and receive four free gifts from me! This pie was born out of frustration, deception, and laziness. I was in the process of baking a glazed strawberry pie when my eldest daughter declared she didn’t like […]

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Smoked Salmon & Avocado Tartine

by the Rodale’s content team Avocado in the evening, avocado in the morning, avocado all day long! Avocados are one of our all-time favorite fruits. They’re delicious, incredibly versatile, super nutritious, packed with fiber, and have such a lovely green color that it’s no surprise they’ve become one of the hottest food trends in recent […]

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Zucchini Fritters for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner!

Come summer, zucchini is abundant. But it’s also pretty available (and pretty tasty) all year round. I love to shred zucchini and sauté it in butter for a quick veg to eat at any meal, but I was recently looking for a way to make it even yummier as a side or maybe a vegetarian […]

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5-Minute No-Cook Fruit and Chia Jam

by guest blogger Stephanie Eckelkamp, senior associate editor at Prevention magazine The sweetest part of summer: fresh strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, and basically all of those fruits that taste kind of meh any other time of year. And while you could just eat them as-is or toss them into a smoothie, you’re definitely going to want […]

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An Easy Summer Dinner for When It’s Just Too Hot to Cook

by guest blogger Stephanie Eckelkamp, senior associate editor at Prevention magazine Most summers, I actually find the thought of cooking kind of nauseating—the kitchen of a brick house built in 1925 with no air conditioning is not a happy place. And roasted veggies, normally a dietary staple, have now been figuratively packed up and thrown in […]

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