WASHINGTON — Between all the heavy appetizers, rich meals and buttery desserts, it’s important to squeeze in a healthy meal or two over the holiday season. Whether you’re entertaining guests for a cocktail party, hosting…
It\’s time to start thinking about what you\’re going to make for Thanksgiving. Staff and friends at FRESHFARM Markets share recipes to their favorite sides, using local ingredients.
Halloween may be over, but these healthy pumpkin recipes will carry on through the season.
Get into the spirit of Halloween with these tasty and spooky recipes.
It\’s back to school for many students in the D.C. area — and back to busy schedules for many families. A chef has creative, kid-friendly recipes the whole family will enjoy.
Chicken is a staple protein on many Americans\’ weeknight dinner
plates, but it\’s also the culprit of a common food complaint: it can get a bit
boring. Recipe ideas for chicken.
Planning a barbecue? A traditional summer pastime can deviate from the traditional cookout menu. Cookbook author Angela Liddon offers vegan cookout recipes any meat-eater will love.
There\’s no doubt that having family and friends visit for the holidays fills the house with joy and excitement — but what can you fix to fill their stomachs?
This dish uses two power foods — spinach and quinoa — and takes less than 30 minutes
to throw together. It can be
served as a main dish, as a side or as a salad.
This take on a sweet and crunchy bar uses whole grains, apples, vegetables and a touch of honey. Try the recipe next time you need something to fill the lunchboxes and hungry tummies.
Ahh — The Fourth of July. A classic American holiday centered
around summer, celebrations and food. And while burgers and dogs are the classic
cookout fare, some WTOP staffers and reporters are hoping you\’ll try their healthier
Local food bloggers recommend their favorite barbecue recipes in anticipation for summer.
In honor of National Peanut Butter Lover\’s Day, WTOP\’s Bob Madigan shares his favorite peanut butter concoction.
When planning your next potluck dish, it doesn\’t hurt to be mindful of the growing number of food allergies. Here are some recipes safe for potluck attendees with allergies.
Dinner and a movie always make for a great date night, but how about breaking a sweat instead this Valentine\’s Day? WTOP\’s Katie Howard offers some fitness-inspired activities that will help burn those calories from heart-shaped boxes of chocolates.