From cauliflower "steaks" to homemade cream cheese, chef Dean Sheremet shares takes a stab at some comfort food classics.
This steak dinner alternate from Dean Sheremet is drizzled with a homemade Romesco sauce. For similar recipes, get his new cookbook Eat Your Heart Out.
What’s Jennifer Iserloh’s secret sensuous ingredient? Kale. Her recipes prove that incorporating the antioxidant rich superfood into three meals a day is easy and delicious.
Once you try warm kale cooked in ginger, brown sugar and orange zest, you won’t want to go back to boring spring mix salad! This dish is nutty, tangy and packed with protein and dietary fiber. For similar kale recipes, check out Jennifer Iserloh’s cookbook Fifty Shades of Kale.
Asparagus, peas, carrot and artichoke create a bone-warming primavera that works equally well with seared scallops or sauteed adzuki beans.