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If you don't have time to whip up a delicious, nutritious breakfast, meal prep comes to the rescue! Take an hour on Sunday to prepare one of these pull-you-out-of-bed-in-the-morning breakfast ideas. From
When you spend all day at work or running errands, it can be pretty intimidating to cook a decent meal and squeeze in some exercise. But healthy living doesn't have to mean spending every spare second
Figuring out what to bring to work or school for lunch while on WW — the program formerly known as Weight Watchers — can be tricky, and yet you don't want to get stuck ordering takeout, which is notoriously
The chef Reem Assil, who owns the Oakland spots Reem’s and Dyafa, has vivid childhood memories of her mother making Arabic coffee in her Turkish warmer — stirring the coffee grounds into the water, bringing
6 Servings This drunken noodles recipe is finished with Thai basil, but you can use sweet basil if that's all you have. Print Ingredients 2 14-ounce packages 1/4-inch-wide flat rice noodles* 1 1/4 cup
In the world of cheaty foods, broccoli cheese soup has always seemed like one of the cheatiest. There's nothing wrong with owning it: Cheese is delicious, and not every single lunch has to be virtuous.
Let's face it: on game day, you're here for the food as much as you are the football. But while you're living it up with your family and friends, it can be easy to lose track of just how many pigs in blanket
Craving something sweet? Dessert can be decadent and still offer some health benefits. Here are some recipes that offer a punch of protein while still satisfying even the strongest sweet tooth. Not sure
The perfect late night snack that's also a refreshing meal. "You can adopt this recipe to use any leftovers in your fridge." Servings: 1 Prep: 5 minutes Total: 12 minutes Ingredientsfor the soy vinaigrette:1
Ramen noodles have been a pantry staple of college kids for years, and for good reason (they’re dirt cheap!). Just because you’re out of college doesn’t mean you have to put your ramen days behind you.