Lindsay Navama wrote “Hungry for Harbor Country: Recipes and Stories From the Coast of Southwest Michigan” (Midway 2020; $34.95). The cookbook features 50 recipes and photos by Gabrielle Sukich of Benton Harbor.
"The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook," by Ashley Craft, debuted in November and features 100 recipes from all of the parks in the Disney enterprise.
This decadent dish is an easy make-ahead dish that is equally delicious served at home on your breakfast table or served as a rustic dessert.
This parmesan-garlic shrimp recipe has just seven ingredients. Other than the shrimp, all of them are staples that most people already have.
This creamy wine-absorbed rice with prosciutto is the perfect hot dish to warm you on cold winter's night.
Elle, an accomplished baker, has a recipe for every event in her life. But when she discovers her husband’s infidelity, she doesn’t know what to make of it. Jam, maybe? Fed up with the stale crumbs of her marriage, Elle revisits past recipes and the events that inspired them. A recipe for scones reminds her of her father’s death, cinnamon rolls signify the problematic courtship with her husband, and a batch of chocolate cookies casts Elle in a less-than-flattering light. As secrets from the past collide with the conflicts of the present, Elle struggles to manage her bakery business and maintain the relationships most important to her. In piecing her life back together, will Elle learn to take the bitter with the sweet?
The deeply rich onions lend the filling a gorgeous golden color and bold sweet-yet-savory flavor. It is the perfect recipe to make for brunch or dinner and is equally delicious served hot as it is cold.
The first method I tried was meal preparation for a week’s worth of lunches on Sunday evening. I sought out two or three healthy recipes and divided my meals into lunch-sized portions. Inevitably, it was great to have a prepared meal ready to go at lunchtime that I could reheat and eat right away, but I didn’t love eating the same meal multiple times a week. To add to this, by Thursday and Friday, my Sunday-prepared meals were no longer looking too appetizing, as the cooked ingredients started to get soggy from sitting in the refrigerator.
Knowing I wanted more variety in my work-week lunches, I decided to try a few of the healthy mail-order meal options. I loved the ultra-healthy, nutrient-dense meals from Sakara Life, as well as the soups and bowls from Green Chef. At the end of my experimentation, I found I loved having healthy, ready-to-eat or minimal-preparation meals throughout the week, which often included ingredients I don’t normally cook with and new-to- me recipes. Even though it came with a higher price tag, the value of saving time and not wasting food ingredients made it worth it.
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Serve this hearty and healthy fall salad with roasted pork tenderloin, chicken or salmon, or with your Thanksgiving meal.