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A plain old pot of boiled beans may seem like a boring meal, but once you start adding exciting flavors to it, it’s anything but. This recipe should be familiar to anyone
This dish is a real crowd-pleaser. The sweet citrus glaze makes the chicken sticky and delicious—and it’s easy to make! Tip: Grate the zest before you juice the orange.
Elote is a kind of seasoned corn on the cob that you can buy from street vendors in Mexico. Here we’re using frozen corn kernels because it’s wintertime—and because frozen co
This is a fresh and saucy dish that tastes great when you make it and even better the next day, when the cauliflower has had time to soak up all the spices. Serve it with ri
Originating in the Middle East and Asia, kebabs are popular meat dishes all over the world. They are a perfect base for all flavors, such as the tang of onions and the brightness o
Cinnamon Spice Mix: Shake a little on your apple sauce, in a mug of hot cocoa, or on apiece of buttered toast! Or make extra and give some to a friend. Spicy Spice Mix: This spice
Why is it called a sloppy joe? We picture a kid named Joe who is kind of messy but makes a really good sandwich. Kids Advisory Board member Beckett thought this one could be
Have you heard of people “massaging” the kale for their salads? We’re just using a spoon here—or tongs—but the idea is the same: Stir the raw leaves with lemon jui
This is a classic summer side dish. We don’t usually call for bags of vegetables that are already cut, but we make an exception for coleslaw because it’s tricky to cut c
Making salad dressing from scratch is magical: You put oil, vinegar, and seasonings into a jar, shake it, and pour it on your salad. You’ll never buy bottled again! Kids A