I'm not really sure why, but when sports fans assemble in front of their TVs to watch the Super Bowl, major sustenance seems to be required.
If you're tired of the same old vegetable side dishes, here's a recipe that promotes the lowly red cabbage from side dish to protein partner.
Without a team in the fray, my personal zeal for Super Bowl LII is idling on the sidelines.
This year I'm looking to shake up the Super Bowl gathering a bit. Normally, a pot of chili anchors our party, but this year I'm thinking fajitas.
During the recent bomb cyclone snowstorm, I couldn't go to the store for several days as I waited to get plowed out of my driveway.
An extra log on the fire is all well and good, but Southerners know an arctic blast calls for down-home comfort food.
Dan Dan Noodles are a classic Chinese dish originating in the Sichuan province.
Years ago, I was attempting to reverse my daughter Valentine's disdain for cauliflower.
House-made condiments, street food-inspired dishes, vegetable carb substitutes, food as medicine, sugar alternatives -- these are a few of the line items popping up in an online search for the hottest national food trends predicted for 2018.
I hate to throw over-ripe bananas away. It is such a wasted opportunity for fresh fragrant banana bread.
Leftovers! Some folks love them, others happily scrape them into the trash.
Let's say you've resolved to eat healthier in the New Year, but find yourself tripped up over and over again by your unconquerable yen for food that's rich and delicious.
Veronica Morris has "zero cooking background," but the Columbus nurse seems to be making up for it now. Caramel cakes have become her specialty, and that is largely a matter of serendipity.
Haylie Quatrevingt is a busy working mom who recently decided to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
If you are up to your eyeballs in eggnog, you're probably in desperate need of a detox.
If, like me, you're a fan of dark chocolate peppermint bark at Christmastime, you're going to love these cookies.
If I had to sum up the last two weeks in one word it would be "turkey."
Every weeknight, 6 p.m. rolls around, and across America, we scramble to find something to feed our families.
Ants in a Tree is the English translation of the Chinese name for this classic recipe.
When it comes to planning a holiday spread, a salad is often an afterthought.