Making your mashed potatoes in the Instant Pot makes mashed potatoes EVEN EASIER and churns out the fluffiest, creamiest mashed potatoes you can imagine.
Homemade applesauce and homemade apple butter are superbly and blessedly simple to make – and they’ll provide you sunny, sweet cheer through the winter. (We also take a look at why organic apples matter, which is actually important, in this case.)
This perfect coleslaw is the real food version of the classic American recipe, and goes beautifully with any barbecue, fried chicken, or pulled pork.
Classic Swedish Meatballs are comfort food at its very best, especially in the festive winter months. Make a large batch and you’ve got several meals completely ready or you can deck out a Christmas buffet with these scrumptious appetizers that every toothpick longs to pick up.
Free up your oven for other Thanksgiving dishes by making your stuffing in the slow cooker! It’s delicious and fills your home with the fragrant aroma of savory herbs and hearty stocks.
Our food landscape has changed in the last half-decade and as consumers, we can continue to fuel the fires of change. The new 100 Days of Real Food cookbook help leads the charge – in an unexpected way.
Spoon this luxurious peanut sauce over rice or your favorite sautéed vegetables. It’s quick and delicious!
‘Tis the season for garlic scapes, and my favorite way to eat them is in pesto — it accompanies pasta, chicken, salmon, potato salad, and burgers beautifully.
Kale has become a trendy superfood, and with good reason. Here are 5+ surprising ways to eat more of this potent, scrumptious leafy green.
This Fresh Herb Frittata is from the new Nourished Kitchen Cookbook, an elegant, eloquent book that will leave anyone who loves food swooning.
This quiche is filled with surprising ingredients – but is surprisingly scrumptious! Eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or take it on a picnic.
Love to wake up to a hot, healthy breakfast? Here’s a hearty casserole designed to lift your spirits and bring a satisfied smile to your face.
Many of our modern Christmas celebrations have roots in Victorian England, a time when they relied on seasonal and preserved foods. Here are three recipes from the era that are still popular today!
There’s cranberry sauce — and then there’s Cranberry Sauce. For many of us, the memory of the firm, jellied cranberry sauce that delightfully schlopped out of the can on Thanksgiving sets the stage for what is considered “real” cranberry sauce. But what a far cry from “real” it is…. It wasn’t until I was…
This green bean casserole features real food versions of each processed ingredient so that whole food families can once again enjoy this holiday classic.
Hummus is the perfect hot weather food and is a great snack for the whole family.
Making bread pudding in the slow cooker makes serving up hearty comfort food an absolute cinch. Whether it’s sweet or savory, it’s for breakfast, dessert, or anytime!
This lox pizza sings of the flavors of spring. It’s a little like a grown-up version of lox and bagels and it always disappears quickly in our house.
Lentils may seem bland and boring to some, but they are a nutritional powerhouse and incredibly frugal to boot. These 25 ways to use lentils are sure to turn even the most skeptical critic into a fan!
These healthy holiday recipes will give nourishment and inspiration as you gather with family and friends to celebrate the best reasons for the season.
Whole grain crepes are a versatile canvas for breakfast, dinner, or dessert. Need ideas? Try these topped with bananas, bacon, or chocolate.
Gazpacho is a deeply nourishing and refreshing soup for the hot summer months. It’s also a great way to use the abundance of vegetables from your garden or farmers’ market!
Egyptian dukkah shines as a tasty snack kids love, a frugal pre-dinner appetizer, and a spice mix for your favorite entrees.
Simple is often best and this salad highlights just three ingredients – potatoes, olive oil, and fresh thyme. It’s perfect for warm summer evenings and busy-night meals.