meals

Sesame-Soy Salmon

By Elizabeth Yarnell www.gloriousonepotmeals.com Servings 2 Ingredients 1 Tbsp. sesame oil, divided 1 cup jasmine rice, rinsed 1 cup water or broth 1/2-3/4 lb. salmon fillet or steak 2 carrots, cut into julienne strips 2 Tbsp. soy sauce » Read more

Pesto & Sausage Pasta

By Cristie Will Ingredients: » Read more

Green Bean Casserole Recipe - Green Bean and Chicken Casserole

By Brandy Summers A creamy casserole with chicken, green beans and a crunchy stuffing on top. » Read more

Eight Time-Saving Cooking Tips

by Rachel Paxton CreativeHomemaking.com 1. Plan meals at least a week in advance to incorporate the use of leftovers. For example, have baked chicken, mashed potatoes, and gravy for dinner Sunday, and then use the leftover gravy as the base of beef stroganoff Monday. 2. If you know you're not going to have time to cook one evening, prepare two dinners the night before and just reheat one the next night. » Read more

Easy Summer Macaroni Salad Recipes

by Rachel Paxton Macaroni salads are always a big hit at summer barbecues. These recipes are easy to prepare and you can make them ahead of time. They taste better if you let them sit in the refrigerator and let the pasta absorb the flavors of the other ingredients. Surprise your loved ones with one of these delicious pasta creations at your next summer family get together. » Read more

Easy Spaghetti Recipes

Spaghetti has always been a favorite family meal. My teenage daughter will eat leftover spaghetti for breakfast, lunch, and as a mid-afternoon snack. Not everyone loves spaghetti so much that they will go to that extreme, however, and the same meals can getting boring after awhile. Here are some ways to jazz up this old favorite: » Read more

Chinese Chicken Crock Pot Recipes

By Natalie Schloesser www.natalies-recipes.com With just 10-15 minutes in the morning, these recipes will give you a delicious healthy Chinese meal with little preparation right before dinner; just cook some instant rice, spoon and serve » Read more

A Vegetable Harvest: Celebrating the Harvest with Autumn One-Pot Meals

By Elizabeth Yarnell www.GloriousOnePotMeals.com Autumn has always been my favorite time of year. The fiery glory of the leaves during my college years in Maine. The alpenglow on the mountainsides near my home in the Rockies. Pumpkin patches and fresh apple cider straight from the press. Thanksgiving, the most important holiday tradition in my family, and all of the annual rituals of the harvest. » Read more

Sneaky Ways to Sneak Vegetables Into Your Child's Diet

You’ve tried all the usual tricks to get your little one to eat vegetables. But after months of offering dips with vegetable sticks, arranging vegetables in the shape of smiley faces, and every other trick in the book, your little one still rejects vegetables out-of-hand. Of course you want to continue to teach your child that vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. » Read more

Mealtime Dilemmas? No Problem!

By Ann Douglas

Your toddler is a huge fan of macaroni and cheese—and practically nothing else. Your preteen sneaks out the door without so much as a bite of breakfast. Your grade schooler has developed an acute case of sandwich phobia.... Sound familiar? » Read more