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This winter salad will lend a delicious dash of color to your table.
With this recipe, so easy to prepare in advance, you'll never be stumped when the kids (or the grownups, for that matter) ask, “What’s for dinner?”
This tasty summer concoction can serve as a healthy side, a pasta sauce or a relish for grilled meat, poultry and fish.
The power of greens and a touch of Asian flavor comes through in this salad that's great for picnics.
A dish that celebrates the season and benefits both my health and the planet? Yes, please!
A warm, comfort food for vegetarians.
This potato salad is perfect for a nice sunny summer's day.
Avocados, full of brain-boosting vitamin E and a monounsaturated fat that helps lower blood pressure, bring a creamy deliciousness to this healthy, easily made salad.
You don’t have to be from the big state of Texas to appreciate the big taste of this healthy, easy-to-prepare dish!
A recipe from Katie Farrell's new book, Devotions for a Healthier You: Feeding Mind, Body, and Soul
Why not break with tradition this year and use those Thanksgiving leftovers to make not sandwiches, but a meat pie?
This salad, perfect for a picnic, requires no cooking and can be prepared days in advance.
‘Meaning well’ is different from ‘being good,’ which requires doing good, which often requires putting the needs and well-being of others above one’s own needs and well-being. To me, that’s virtuous.
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