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Minestrone [min-eh-STRONE-y] actually means “big soup.” Loaded with good-for-you veggies and beans, just add bread and cheese and you have a whole meal.
We got this recipe for Beet Tsatsiki (za-DZEE-kee), a gorgeously pink, tangy dip, from friend and chef Ana Sortun. And it’s so good we think we could convince beet-haters
Serve this delicious treat with French bread, pita chips, carrots, or celery.
Dates are the fruit of the date palm. They are dark reddish brown, oval-shaped, and about 1½ inches long. Date trees can grow up to 100 feet tall and die when they can't ho
This summer, ChopChop is participating in our local farmers markets. We are having a blast connecting with our readers and meeting new people to talk about the joys of cooking toge
This is a recipe that Georgia created herself after she learned to make hummus in a kids' cooking class. She figured different kinds of beans and roasting the garlic might m
Poke, bake, mash, eat. This recipe really couldn't be easier! What makes sweet potatoes so super? They're delicious and versatile, for one thing: you can roast them, st
Nochebuena means "good night" in Spanish—but in Spain, Cuba, Latin America, and parts of the American Southwest often it is used to refer to Christmas Eve. The way No
Make a pitcher of refreshing fruit-flavored water. Pineapple — just plain pineapple — is Carter's favorite, but of course you could use strawberries, kiwi, melon, lemon,
Of course you know that the ingredients you cook with matter a lot — but the way you cook those ingredients (or don't cook them!) does too. Don't take our word for it: try