One way to prevent another tearful Jan. 2 return to spin class is — duh — making somewhat healthier dishes for your holiday meal. Here are a few recipes to check out before you go to the supermarket.
Shawarma without a spit? Hummus in five minutes? Chef Michael Solomonov’s new book, “Israeli Soul,” brings the foods and flavors from Israel’s stalls, markets and bakeries to home kitchens everywhere.
This year, skip the store-bought shells. Lauren Parlato, head baker at D.C.’s Little Red Fox, shares her recipe — and tips — for making a simple pie crust at home.
The chef and “GMA Day” food contributor takes favorite seasonal ingredients, like butternut squash and fresh herbs, and prepares them without any fuss, all in under 30 minutes.
Whether you’re looking to pull something together quickly on a weeknight or have hours to let a flavorful stew simmer, we’ve got you covered. Here are the best chili recipes to keep you warm from the inside all winter long.
It’s not just for the front porch — pumpkin is a star ingredient in many fall dishes. Here are a few to try this season.
Take the edge off the chill with these warm and hearty soups.
Need something sweet that screams “summer?” Try one of these seasonally satisfying recipes — perfect for firefly chases, pool lounging and backyard barbecues.
If you’re trying to be healthier this summer, there are simple swaps to lighten up the go-to grilling dishes.
Forget the usual necktie and golf shirt. This Father’s Day, give dad something that will warm his heart and his stomach — a homemade meal. A chef, and father, shares some ideas.
With more than 175 recipes, chef Jenn Louis shows readers how to use 40 different varieties of greens — from chard to chicories — in everyday cooking, including dessert. And she shares her recipe for butter lettuce panna cotta.
Most don’t need an excuse to mix up some margaritas and take down some tacos, but just in case you do, Cinco de Mayo is the perfect opportunity. There’s no need to brave the crowded restaurants and bars. Host your own at-home fiesta with these Mexican-inspired recipes.
Here are 25-plus recipes — for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert — to make your holiday meal memorable.
If you’re looking to celebrate March 17 with a more refined menu, Patrick O’Connell, chef and proprietor of The Inn at Little Washington, has some ideas — and none of them involve green food coloring.
If you’re in a rut with your weeknight meals, a local chef and TV host says a few simple ingredients can help bail you out.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.