Try this tasty, vegetarian version of buffalo chicken wings.
Kuzu (or kudzu) is a flavorless white powder that thickens similar to cornstarch or arrowroot. This 2-ingredient pudding is healing, soothing and delicious.
Delicious, hearty, easy bean stew for fall or winter! Serve it with rice, potatoes, grits, or polenta.
This is an excellent, fast soup for cold winter nights. Serve with rye bread and cheese.
Have you ever had a hankering for a cup of hot cocoa but didn’t have any hot cocoa mix? If you have basic baking supplies in your pantry, you can make a hot cup from scratch using baking cocoa, sugar, and the milk of your choice.
Roasting the tomatoes and garlic gives this soup a deep tomato flavor and velvety texture.
Black-eyed peas are considered to bring good luck if you eat them on New Year’s Day. Try this tasty succotash for some good luck.
Traditionally, Colcannon is served for St. Patrick’s Day and is drowned in butter and cream. Here is a lightened up version that can even be vegan if you want, and is perfect for a cold, snowy evening.
You can have your decadent spinach artichoke dip and eat it too! This one skips the dairy but is every bit as delicious!
This easy, side dish features bright color and flavor and comes together in minutes. It’s also a great make ahead dish.