By Lynn Andriani
Who wants to preheat an oven -- never mind make the house even hotter -- when you can throw together these no-fuss meals with in-s...
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Hold The Greens, Please.
If you're looking for a cool and refreshing salad recipe for this summer, look no further.
Through about an inch of husk is their shell. Inside is luscious coconut water. Lining the shell is immature, pudding-like coconut meat.
Chef Annie Cuggino, of Veritable Quandary, demonstrates how to turn simple ingredients -- salmon, salt, sugar and cream -- into an incredibly tasty dish perfect for hot summer days.
Get yourself a pile of fresh vegetables, slice a bit, chop a bit -- and ta da! Lunch, dinner, an appetizer, a side dish: all in less than 10 minutes.
The general rule of thumb is that all dishes with proteins from animals (eggs, meat, fish, etc.), with dairy, or with mayonnaise need to be kept cool all the time.
During the summer -- or really any season -- sitting down to a big, hearty salad is one of the most refreshing things you can do for your body and you...
Salad can get a bad rap. People think of bland and watery iceberg lettuce, but in fact, salads are an art form, from the simplest rendition to a colorful kitchen-sink approach.
The moment the "what-are-we-cooking-for-the-Fourth?" emails from my brother, sister, mom and dad start pinging like crazy in my inbox -- usually about a week before the holiday -- I know it's time to stake my claim.
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