It's no secret that 2020 has been less than ideal. So when the new year rolls around, it's important to make a dish that's said to bring good luck.
Lorde has returned to posting reviews on her onion ring devotee Instagram account, @onionringsworldwide, after three years away from the alternate account.
We recently observed Dec. 7 as the anniversary of the attack by Japanese military forces on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Unfortunately, the anniver…
Tiny gatherings will be more popular this year, so rather than making individual potato pancakes, why not try this one-pan take on the traditional potato pancake?
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.
As the weather gets colder and we wave summer days goodbye, adapting your diet could give your immune system a boost.
At least 85 people have been hospitalized in a salmonella outbreak linked to onions, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Roast chicken truly is one of the easiest main courses to cook and the most versatile. You can dress it up or down. And now you can try it with everything bagel seasoning.
Roasting tomatoes, onions, and garlic is a common technique in the Mexican kitchen. The slight charring intensifies flavor and heightens the sweetness of the vegetables, yielding a soup with a deep, rich taste. Pureed chickpeas give the broth body, and chipotle chiles warm it up. Pass tortilla crisps for diners to add as they like; softened in the broth, the crisps seem almost like noodles. Substitute packaged tortilla chips if you prefer. For a wine pairing, try a California Albariño or rosé. — Janet Fletcher
I was well into my twenties before I learned to appreciate cauliflower — and I am so glad that I did. This bland and oddly textured food is totally transformed when it is roasted, and it becomes a rich, buttery and nutty meal. High in fiber, as well as B-complex and C vitamins, the humble cauliflower is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory — both qualities that contribute to general good health and a radiant complexion. Cauliflower is an abundant source of sulfur, which is thought to help reduce breakouts. Additionally, garlic and cauliflower are a pair of potent liver detoxifiers, speeding the body’s natural elimination of stored toxins. Adding bone broth to this soup works to increase collagen-supporting benefits, while the whole dish favors a happy, detoxified liver. This meal is easy to make vegan, and it is a perfect meal for busy weeknights. — Devon Young
This intense liquid, sometimes also called the Master Tonic, is kitchen medicine at its best: an intense mixture of garlic, ginger, onion, horseradish and hot peppers (plus any number of other immune-boosting ingredients like turmeric, or tasty ones like lemon or rosemary) marinated in apple cider vinegar.
Made with avocado oil and eggs, Sir Kensington’s is gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free and seasoned with mustard extract, black pepper, garlic and onion.
Trader Joe’s is known for their affordable groceries, healthy freezer section items, and creative sauces and spice blends, but few Trader Joe’s items have caught on quite like their “Everything but the Bagel” seasoning. This tasty blend of sesame seeds, sea salt flakes, dried garlic, dried onion, and poppy seeds (everything you’d find on your favorite everything bagel) had developed a cult following. If you’re not lucky enough to have a Trader Joe’s in your area, you can now buy the spice blend online.
Preparing healthy meals at home can save you money and help you stay healthy, but sometimes the idea of chopping and dicing veggies at the end of a long work day is enough to push you toward a takeout dinner. Fortunately, meal prep can be a whole lot easier with one simple, affordable, kitchen tool: this veggie cutter and spiralizer from Fullstar.
In search of a quick way to make corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day? Look no further.
With the unofficial opener of the grilling season past us, we are ready once again to get serious about the practice of dinner — and maybe breakfast, lunch or happy hour — spent in the great and glorious outdoors, either dining alfresco or cooking that way.
It’s a common misconception that dogs should never consume onions, garlic, or chives. The misconception stems from the fact that at extremely …