Ian McD

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10 of the best Airbnbs in Scotland

I’ve selected some of the best Airbnb options in Scotland. These have been chosen because they showcase the rich history and culture of the Scots, …

Lemony Kale Mango Smoothie - Everyday Annie

If you think pairing words “kale” and “refreshing” is a bit dubious, don’t worry. That’s right where I was a couple of months ago when I first came …

Swiss Chard Recipes

In the world of hearty greens, Swiss chard often gets overshadowed by its popular neighbor kale, but it’s a superstar in its own right. This relative of the beet is a superb source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as magnesium, potassium, and iron. It makes a colorful and tasty side dish, or a …

Recipes

Asian Slaw with Ginger-Peanut Dressing

5 stars based on 52 votes<p>Hi All, Here’s the Asian Slaw that I mentioned in last week’s Coconut Shrimp post. As you can see, it’s a great way to eat …

Healthy Eating

Spicy Rice Noodle Salad With Cabbage and Tofu Recipe

<b>Note:</b> This recipe calls for fish sauce, and is therefore appropriate for pescatarians. If you do not eat fish, try Golden Mountain Seasoning Sauce as a substitute for the fish sauce.<p>Every recipe we publish is tested, tasted, and Serious Eats-approved by our staff. Never miss a recipe again by …

Fiery Peach Salsa from 'Little Jars, Big Flavors'

Perfectly ripe, raw peaches eaten over the sink, juice dripping down my arm—it's probably my favorite activity of summer. I prefer the fruit in this ideal state, but I'll eat peaches in just about any form throughout their glorious season. Once the summer is over, though, I usually stop with the …

No Tomatoes in the Fridge and Other Rules for Enjoying Summer's Finest Yield

All summer long, we gorge on tomatoes. We eat them raw, with olive oil and salt, in thick slices on burgers, baked in a crostata, chopped and seasoned in a panzanella, and on top of any salad. We feast our eyes and our stomachs on yellow cherry tomatoes, giant multi-colored Mr. Stripeys, and …