What to Eat This Week: Veggie-Packed Bowls 

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This week is all about bowls, veggie bowls in particular. You’ll get your fill of nutrient-packed veggies — think: teriyaki sweet potato, tahini-dressed roasted cauliflower and egg-topped sauerkraut — piled on top of rice, or in some cases cauliflower “rice,” or quinoa, or whatever other starch your heart desires. Happy cooking! Read more »

What to Eat This Week: 5 Healthy (and Delicious!) Meals That Aren’t Salad

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If on January 1st, you were all “New year, new me! This is the year I’m going to eat salads for lunch and dinner every day and LOVE it like I’m eating mac and cheese topped with fried bacon,” and then January 8th rolled around and you never wanted to see another salad in your life, you are not alone in your salad fatigue. Which is exactly why we bring you all five healthy recipes — zero salads in the bunch! — that will keep you on your healthy-eating game without boring your taste buds. Happy cooking! Read more »

What to Eat This Week: 10-Minute Meals You’ll Devour

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Am I the only one who can’t fathom coming home from a long day at the office only to park it in the kitchen for an hour or more, slaving over dinner? Putting in more than minimal dinnertime effort just so is not in the cards for me.

If you’re of the surgical-strike mindset when it comes to dinner, too, I am pleased to present you with this week’s What to Eat: 10-minute meals that are simple, filling and, most important, delicious. Have at it, my friends.  Read more »

What to Eat This Week: 5 Oh-So-Easy No-Cook Dinners

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We know, we know, you are so over the Thanksgiving madness (we are, too). After cooking for hours straight to make the perfect Thanksgiving meal and  just finishing off that last bit of leftover turkey a few days ago, we think you (and your poor overworked oven) need a break from the kitchen before the second swing of holiday madness hits.

That’s where these recipes come in: This week, we’re giving you five light, no-cook meals that you can make in no-time. We’ve got a yummy chilled soup, meaty marinated mushrooms, and a handy-dandy sandwich if you’re eating dinner on the go. And don’t you worry, no turkey or pumpkin in sight. Read more »

What to Eat This Week: 5 Dinners That Double as Lunch Leftovers

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Picture this: It’s lunchtime at work and you’re running around like a crazy person, wondering when it the world will you find time to actually, you know, eat? We’ve all been there. Make your life easy this week by whipping up this menu of dinners that work overtime and become yummy lunchtime leftovers the next day. These dishes double in flavor after a night in the fridge so you’ll actually look forward to your brown bag for once. No, seriously, you’re so welcome. Read more »

What to Eat This Week: 5 Genius Ways to Stuff Veggies

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Stuffed veggies are a wonderful dinner in many ways: they leave you with few dishes, because the stuffed veggie is the dish, basically; they are generally super nutritious; and the recipes are totally flexible in terms of what you throw in. So for this week’s recipes, we give you five stuffed veggies (okay, okay, technically avocados and peppers are fruits, but work with us, people) to make for dinner this week. Enjoy! Read more »

What to Eat This Week: Breakfast Bowls for Dinner

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Simply put, a breakfast bowl is the upgraded eggs with toast. And since I often eat eggs with toast for dinner — and I’m guessing some of you guys do, too — I figure a breakfast bowl for dinner is a perfectly acceptable way to up my dinner game. But this week’s recipes aren’t all about eggs, because that would be kind of boring, don’t you think? We’ve also got a breakfast bowl with a scrambled chickpea concoction, and a raspberry breakfast bowl that’s basically dessert for dinner. You are welcome. Read more »

What to Eat This Week: 5 Dinners Starring Fall’s Yummiest Ingredients

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A few days ago, while sitting outside enjoying the weather, fall smacked me right in the face. Literally: a crunchy leaf fell from the sky and hit me right between the eyes. But I wasn’t mad, because fall is my all-around favorite time of year. What’s not to love? There’s football, beautiful weather, Thanksgiving, my birthday, and not to mention absolutely delicious seasonal produce.

This week, celebrate fall with these five dishes featuring — strike that — starring fall’s yummiest ingredients. We’ve got apples (if you feel like being fancy, pick your own), mushroom, squash, sweet potatoes, and even pomegranate. Oh, and did I mention all of the recipes this week are completely meatless? Yep, no meat here. And no scary falling leaves, either. Read more »

What to Eat This Week: Good-for-Your-Gut Dinners

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Focusing on your gut health is all the rage these days, and for good reason: A gut full of good bacteria can lead to all sorts of health benefits. Think: better skin, a boosted immune system, and more. And the easiest way to boost the good bacteria in your gut? Work fermented foods into your diet. Did you just gag and walk away? Not so fast. With this week’s recipes, my goal is to show you fermented foods aren’t all kombucha and sauerkraut.

Below, five good-for-your-gut recipes starring fermented all-stars like miso, yogurt, tempeh, kimchi and more. Eat up! Read more »

What to Eat This Week: Veggie Dishes So Hearty, You’ll Forget About Meat

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Confession: I cannot survive without meat. In fact, I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’m probably actually a carnivore, not an omnivore like science says we humans are. If you’re with me on that, then you know: vegetables can be scary — especially when people try to pass off a mound of chickpeas in the shape of a burger as the real thing. (You’re not fooling me, dude.) Although the thought of going whole-hog (excuse the reference) vegetarian makes me want to run far, far away, I’ve decided that maaaaaaaybe I should give veggies a second chance.

So, we’ve searched high and low and found some vegetarian and vegan recipes that will make you forget about meat altogether. These recipes substitute meat the right way, using hearty veggies like eggplant, squash and mushroom. Here you go, five meatless meals that will have you happily converting to vegetarianism (for one meal, anyway).  Read more »

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