This recipe is easy enough for weeknights, but elegant enough to serve as a first course. Your guests will think they've been transported to a French bistro. Sprinkle some toasted pumpkin seeds and grated Gruyere cheese on top for a special garnish.
Here in New Hampshire, fall comes early in the form of cool September nights. That means soup season starts gloriously here-with late-summer vegetables still available and the requisite chill in the air to make warm soup just the perfect food. When a late-summer night has you closing a window to keep the chill out, try this delicious, gluten-free, late-summer soup.
Brown rice fusilli can be a fantastic, whole-grain and gluten-free substitute for traditional pasta, especially when bearing the right sauce, like this remarkably tasty pumpkin seed and spinach pesto.
Unless you make Beef Stroganoff regularly, you generally assume it's a complicated dish that takes a lot of time. Not so: you can make it from start to finish in less than half an hour. It's traditionally served over egg noodles but in my house we accompany it with brown rice.
It's usually a weekend when I find a little extra time for making something more than an ordinary ham sandwich for lunch. This sandwich is a rich and delicious complexity of hearty, fruity and nutty flavors. Be sure to use a fresh, hearty bread. -Meg
Here's a turkey sandwich with a twist: a creamy and spicy chili sauce. Do something new with those turkey leftovers!