Checking off your gift list doesn’t have to mean long, budget-busting trips to the mall. Instead, spread the joy with one-of-a-kind, edible DIY goodies, kissed with personalized flair. Make a batch of one – or all four – of these recipes and wrap them individually to give as stocking stuffers, Hanukkah presents and host/hostess gifts, or mix and match to create thoughtful, custom-made gift baskets that are as much fun to make as they are to receive.
Go beyond spinach and arugula and bring some lesser-known leafy greens into your kitchen this spring. From peppery watercress to sweet pea shoots, we’ve got the dirt on what’s fresh this season.
Meet the next big health-food craze that's garnering loads of attention. Frosty, layered and overflowing with nutrients, these impossibly delicious smoothie bowls let you get creative with a plethora of vibrant and textured toppings for the most stunning breakfast you’ve ever woken up to.
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.
Zucchini and squash make this salad from Curtis Stone a prime source of manganese, dietary fiber and Vitamins A and C. Eat it before an afternoon workout for an extra boost of energy and strength.
Curtis Stone’s twist on a traditional Tuscan salad is loaded with shallots, mozzarella cheese and light, juicy heirloom tomatoes.
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.