A little advance prep on the weekend will make mealtime a breeze during the week. Tips to get you ready: • Pre-cook pasta and rice on the weekend and store them in airtight containers in the refrigerator (no oil necessary). When ready to prepare the meal, reheat the pasta in your favorite sauce (and addRead more »
Make cornbread with Greek yogurt and low-fat buttermilk for down-home flavor and crumbly texture, with less fat than the cornbread your Grandma made.
Selecting healthy and affordable food might seem like a challenge, but nutritious food doesn’t have to cost more. Follow these tips to eat well while saving money.
Most coconut-crusted dishes contain lots of fat from heavy egg-based batters and pan-frying or deep-frying in lots of oil, but not this lighter, baked version.
Think beyond the fajita and find fun new uses for corn and flour tortillas for every meal of the day.
Learn how to cook on a cedar plank (it’s easy!) and get a recipe for Cedar Plank Teriyaki Salmon With Cherry Tomatoes.
A little bit of bacon goes a long way in adding flavor and moisture to ordinary, lean chicken breasts.
Roasted jalapenos and a modest amount of strongly flavored cheese go a long way in flavoring this lightened-up macaroni and cheese.
Deep-fried, restaurant-style chimichangas can have 760 calories, 34 grams of fat and 1,930 mg of sodium — this baked version has a fraction of that.
This easy cooking method doesn’t use a lot of fat to flavor food, plus everything’s made in one packet so there’s very little cleanup required. Learn how to cook in parchment.