Traniette Gillam

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Mango & Grape Tomato Salad

When you eat like a nutritarian<b> "salad is the main dish"</b>. I eat salad at least once or twice every day, and I have to keep coming up with new salad …

Rose Prince's baking club: pistachio and white chocolate biscuits

Our weekly column sets you on the road to cake perfection. Today: a recipe for pistachio and white chocolate biscuits<p>It’s a race to pick fresh cobnuts before the squirrels have them. Actually, it’s a pointless exercise: those I have been able to get hold of are grown in Kent, where I guess …

73 of Our Favorite Potato Recipes Ever

Mashed, roasted, fried, or stewed, we'll happily eat potatoes every night of the week.<p>When it comes to potatoes, we don't discriminate. Mashed, roasted, fried, or stewed, we'll happily eat 'em every night of the week. Here are 48 of our favorite comforting potatoes recipes to add to your next meal.


Avocado Smoothie

4 Servings<p>Print<p>Ingredients<p>1/2 small avocado<p>1 cup coconut water, preferably cold-pressed and raw<p>1 teaspoon agave syrup (optional)<p>1 teaspoon fresh lime juice, plus more to taste<p>Recipe Preparation<p>Combine avocado, coconut water, agave, if using, and 1 tsp. lime juice in a blender and puree until …


Butternut Squash and Tomato Soup

4 Servings<p>Print<p>Ingredients<p>2 tablespoons olive oil, divided<p>1 medium butternut squash, halved, seeded<p>2 garlic cloves, peeled<p>1 onion, chopped<p>2 teaspoons grated peeled ginger or 1/2 teaspoon dried ground ginger<p>2 teaspoons kosher salt plus more for seasoning<p>1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric<p>1 28-oz. can whole …


Watch Nat Geo’s Roundup of Best Octopus Videos

Changing Planet<p><b>Octopuses can change their appearance at the drop of a hat, stuff themselves into discarded soda cans, and figure out how to unscrew jar lids to get at tasty treats. Although many octopus species shun the limelight, preferring to hide in cracks and crevices instead, today is all</b> …