I was reminded about how versatile a product a rotten banana is the other week when I was in the Florida Keys and ordered a banana-orange-mango smoothie at a local health food store. The woman took a bag of frozen banana pieces out of the freezer and used them instead of ice. Of course! That just got me thinking of all the ways we can use our old bananas instead of throwing them out.
After all, what are holidays if not an excuse to eat?
Here are 5 simple and delicious Japanese recipes to honor springtime.
Put some coffee on and get cookin'.
Nothing has ever been more worth it.
It is an easy and healthy breakfast option that truly is a party on a plate.
Look at your lonely jar of Nutella. Now back to the pie.
We are indebted to Parks and Rec for some valuable food lessons that only its quirky, food-loving crew of characters could've taught us.
We dare you not to roast your next batch by the second day.
The smoky, flavor-packed result makes an excellent side dish to salmon or pork tenderloin.
Luckily for you, these satisfying and flavorful dinners take minimal time and effort.
So much has been written about the stress of weeknight dinners. So much, and yet: when it’s 5:00 and you have no idea what’s for dinner, who care...
Call me crazy, but if you like something, and I like something, I'm going to keep making them. Ask, and you shall receive. Well, you didn't ask in so many words, but I still got the message that crepes are a winner.
Even your Italian grandmother will be asking for seconds.
On sandwiches. In smoothies. Out of the jar. We eat peanut butter on the reg. But the one thing we need more of in our lives? Peanut-butter. Here are 21 of the best peanut butter recipes ever.
Skip the cheese plate and opt for a simple, oozy baked Brie that anyone can make -- and everyone will enjoy.