Spring is the time for light meals loaded with fresh herbs and veggies. It might seem more challenging to get your protein on Meatless Mondays with meals so light, but have no fear. We’ve picked out some of our favorite meatless recipes that will keep the spring in your step (pun intended)!
Whether it’s soft or crunchy, covered in salt or cinnamon sugar, we love a good pretzel. We couldn’t have picked a better day to be National Pretzel Day– today! We have all day to spend whipping up some delicious pretzel recipes. Here are some of our top picks for you:
Soft Pretzels six different ways!
Happy Earth Day! We love using this day as an excuse to be kind to the earth: maybe we’ll turn our composted scraps into something delicious; maybe we’ll pack our lunch in a reusable bang instead of a brown paper one; and we’ll definitely be eating as many greens as possible. Looking to incorporate some extra green into your diet today? Look no further.
Blend kale with traditional pesto ingredients for Pappardelle with Kale Pesto
Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner, we love a good sandwich. They’re one of the easiest, most versatile ways to get a good meal fast. This week, we’re sharing five delectable sandwiches that you can have on the table before the sun goes down. Because on spring days as nice as these, who wants to be stuck inside all night anyway?
Monday, April 20
April showers are almost always a guarantee, but just because you’re stuck inside all day doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of it. Try one of these delicious recipes that are cozy enough for a rainy day but still remind us of spring. Who needs May flowers with recipes this good?
Wake up your taste buds in just one bite with these easy no-bake treats!
We love a fresh and hearty dish that’s still light and springy. Now that it’s mid-April, it’s the perfect time to break out all your greens. This week’s meal planner tastes like spring in a nutshell, so get cracking!
Monday, April 13
Did you know today is National Cheese Fondue Day? If you’re looking for a way to celebrate (and not to mention, a fun weekend activity), we’ve got you covered in about 3 steps:
1. Make a trip to the grocery store
2. Pick up lots of cheese and fun dippers like bacon, a baguette and crudites
3. Melt cheese in a big pot and dip, dip away!
But if you’re looking for a real recipe, we’ve got one for the traditionalists, one for the heat seekers, one for the trend setters and one for the travel junkies. No matter who you are, you can definitely enjoy cheese fondue today (or any day, really).
A classic Cheese Fondue for the traditionalists
Matzo balls, the Passover staple made from ground, unleavened bread, are getting ever cheffier spins. Try to catch one near you!
At Philadelphia’s Sbraga, chef Kevin Sbraga fries his matzo balls, then adds house-made sauerkraut, Russian dressing and pickled apple.
If you’re staring into your refrigerator thinking, “what am I going to do with all this leftover Easter ham?” have no fear. We’ve got some great recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner (or breakfast-for-dinner!) that are perfect for repurposing your ham. These recipes are so unique and delicious, it would be impossible to get sick of your ham… ever!