Nobody will ever know that butter isn’t on the table.
Because everyone, no matter their eating restrictions, should be able to participate in the grand American tradition of fast food.
Your oven is sick of spending the holidays all alone.
It’s a family holiday so I guess you should make everyone feel at home.
Turkey’s alright, but I always hold out for pie.
Forget the old bird. These veggie-heavy mains will get YOU clucking.
Just make a pot, serve yourself a bowl, and stay in your house till spring.
Canned tuna for dinner is often an act of desperation. I think it’s time to change that.
Because all beans can be magical, if you give them the chance.
Because these root vegetables aren’t going to just eat themselves.
Pasta is great, but let’s try expanding our horizons, shall we?
Matzoh ball soup is just the beginning.
Keeping your heart healthy and eating delicious things should not be mutually exclusive.
Things aren’t always better with bacon.
Because dinner shouldn’t just be delicious. It should also be ready immediately.
Just because you don’t eat gluten doesn’t mean you can’t eat the World’s Greatest Food.
You can make these in thirty minutes or less. But you’ll be satisfied all. night. long.
Time to get back to your roots.
Healthiness might be relative but deliciousness shouldn’t be.
Because we cannot live on French fries alone.
Because Mondays aren’t the only days you can go meatless.
Because vegetables are just food, waiting to be noticed, loved, and smothered in cheese.
Rules are, there ain’t no rules.
Cook once, eat twice. Or three times, or four times. The only limit is the size of your freezer.
Nobody puts these babies in the corner (of their plates).
Let’s give it up for the nooch.
These recipes are seriously rawesome. (Sorry, I know that’s corny.)
Ready in 30 minutes or less and you don’t even need to put a bra on to answer the door.