All the creamy, savory, nutty flavors you love in this takeout favorite in an easy at-home version
Here's how to build the perfect taco, from base to toppings.
Plant-based milks aren't your only option if you're looking to avoid cow's milk.
These bite-sized chocolatey clusters may be small, but they can give you the energy boost you need (and satisfy those sweets cravings!)
These sauce-covered meatballs will transform how you think about tikka masala.
A little miso makes this one flavor-packed, energy-boosting meal.
Flaky biscuits and an herb-infused butter come together to make one seriously nutritious (and energy-boosting) side.
If you're a fan of Chicken Marsala, you've got to try this cherry-infused version.
A bite of crisp greens and melty, nutty cheese plus energy-boosting nutrients in every bite? Yes, please!
Can't live without a little sweetness in your coffee or tea? Here's how to break your sugar habit and cut back on all the sweeteners you're using.
The next time you're overwhelmed by everyday stressors, try these simple tips to clear your mind, calm yourself and return to focus.
Who needs a bun? We’ve subbed in lettuce and kept all of the flavors you love in these can't-miss burger salads.
Eat like a Californian with this vibrant smorgasbord of healthy, Cali-classic gems: creamy avocado, veggie patties, microgreens and more.
After pho, perhaps the best-known Vietnamese dish among Western populations, is the flavorful banh mi. In this rendition, we pull apart the sandwich's components and enjoy it bowl-style.
Spicy Buffalo chicken, sliced veggies, blue cheese and lettuce – yes, please!
Punch up the flavor by pairing beef or lamb with a medley of crunchy fresh greens and veggies.
Ground beef, special sauce, lettuce, cheese pickles onions – we captured all the flavor (minus the bun!) of the fast-food icon in a protein-packed salad.
Healthy snacking just got easier – and more delicious – with these no-bake chocolate almond fig bars, lightly sweetened with honey.
This dish is as decadent as a stacked burger topped with earthy mushrooms and nutty Gruyère cheese, but with an added serving of good-for-you greens.
What if we told you that you could turn meal prep into an enjoyable, therapeutic (dare we say relaxing?) process instead of a dread chore. Who wouldn't want that?
Whip up dishes on the fly and improvise based on what you have with this cheat sheet.
Avoid these pitfalls and get ready for the juiciest steaks and burgers of your life.
It's an art and a science – improve on both with these tips.
Part of being a good cook is being efficient with your ingredients (and it's great for the environment, too).
Save time and money and eliminate stress with these expert tips.
How well do you know the tools you turn to most often in the kitchen? Make sure you have these items on hand – and know how to fully utilize your knives.
Elevate your cooking game by keeping an eye out for these missteps.
Keeping your equipment, tools, pantry and work space neat sets the stage for successful cooking.
Kitchen experts from recipe developers to chefs to cookbook authors share their best tips and tricks for enhancing flavor and perfecting your technique.
Before you chop anything or turn on the stove, check these must-dos off your list.
Combine a piña colada and a fruit crumble, and you get this delicious treat.
What could make buffalo shrimp with ranch dressing even better? Serving it taco-style.
Forget ho-hum chicken dishes – here’s one you’ll savor. It’ll spice up your weekly recipe rotation and free up your prized midweek evenings.
Fire up the grill and grab a knife and fork – this vegan “steak” recipe is loaded with texture, fresh herbs and bright flavors.
Move aside, salad! A bowl of this colorful, ingredient-packed soup gives you a whole new way to enjoy leafy greens.
Following a plant-based diet, such as the Mediterranean diet, that incorporates fish and healthy fats has been shown to be beneficial for people with fatty liver.
This power combination of creamy chickpeas, nutty quinoa, nutrient-dense veggies and flavorful herbs makes for a delicious vegetarian meal.
Packed with dark green veggies and other liver-friendly ingredients, this salad can help you heal or fight fatty liver disease with every bite.
Think you can't enjoy a dessert if you're concerned about fatty liver disease? This lemony loaf will prove you can snack on something sweet without worrying about your liver.
Run faster, lift more, jump higher—no matter your movement of choice, reducing chronic inflammation can have a tremendous impact on your athletic ability.
If you're looking to amp up the flavor of your favorite healthy frozen treats, try this super simple technique.
You’ve made it into rice, into steak, even into pizza crust – now, enjoy this chameleon of a vegetable as a crunchy alternative to nuggets.
Where is the line between healthy eating and orthorexia? We consulted with a psychologist to help us understand when healthy eating is considered self-care and when it veers into a potential eating disorder.
Nope, it’s not a joke – you really can indulge in this bar-food favorite and still feel great afterwards.
You’ll never have to say “eat your vegetables” when you make these fritters.
It’s like a pumpkin pie, a blondie and a chocolate chip cookie combined – and it’s gluten free, too.
Hello, halloumi: This salty, creamy grilling cheese tastes great with just about anything but especially when nestled in a salad alongside sweet grilled peaches, plenty of greens and a fresh basil dressing.
Chopped liver isn't for everyone but it's exceptional for your health. Try this delicious new organ meat seasoning with all the same benefits (minus the squeamish factor).
You're not alone. We're demystifying when to use which or how to best swap between fresh and dried in a pinch.
With a rich, tangy flavor, buttermilk is a staple in baked goods, marinades and even mashed potatoes. But most of us don't keep it on hand at all times – and you don't need to. Here are 5 ways to substitute buttermilk with items you probably already have on hand.
If you only break out the fish sauce when you’re making Vietnamese or Thai food—or, if you sort of know what it is but don’t have any in your kitchen—go grab a bottle and get ready to start putting it in everything.
Whether you're out of eggs or simply trying to avoid them, you can replace this versatile ingredient in your baking with our easy swaps.
If mint and citrus and a warm spice like clove had a baby, that’s what shiso tastes like. Here's why you shiso in your life and how to use it.
Tamarind might not sound familiar, but it’s a food you’ve likely tasted before. This fruity ingredient can be found in an array of cuisines around the world, and it's a great pantry staple.