Fifty years ago, three high school friends in Hoboken, N.J., set out to create the greatest sub sandwich on the planet.
The best way to upgrade a grilled cheese and prevent flavor fatigue is to experiment with new cheeses, spreads and sandwich fillers.
You’ve got your favorite team. Your bracket is ready to go. All that’s left to do is choose the perfect menu star while the competition on the court – and on the sidelines – heats up. Serve up something your ...
Whether you’re following a weight loss plan or simply maintaining healthy habits, finding foods that are nutritious sources of protein and promote satiety can help curb your urge to snack throughout the day.
This may be the most important message of the year regarding your eating plan for 2014. If you use these 4 strategies with every meal, I guarantee you’ll have an amazing physical transformation this year…
The aromatic flavors and wholesome ingredients found in comfort food can take us back to another place in time – a place that conjures up happy, feel-good memories, along with the completely satisfied feeling that comes after enjoying a hearty ...
Chilly outside? Nothing warms like a steaming bowl of soup. If thoughts of a cozy and comforting pot of soup make you hungry, here is a recipe that’s short on time, but long on flavor and satisfaction.
Today, 85 percent of Americans fall short of the USDA’s recommended three daily servings of fat free or lowfat milk.
Keep warm with hearty dishes that satisfy appetites and comfort food cravings.
What can a camel teach you about grilled cheese?
Choosing recipes to make for a crowd can be stressful enough during the holiday season.
There’s nothing quite like a hearty, homemade meal to help warm up those cold winter nights.
Blueberries are nature’s perfect little superfood, and now these little blue powerhouses are available in grocery stores throughout the winter months.
This holiday season celebrate with loved ones by serving up fresh takes on classic dishes that will have your guests reaching for seconds.
Making the decision to eat better doesn’t mean you have to stock your fridge exclusively with carrot sticks and lettuce leaves.