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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
I was never a rice pudding fan until a few years ago when my middle daughter starting requesting it daily. Since then I’ve been experimenting with a few variations of this classic to help lighten up the creamy calories while still maintaining its delicious flavor.
Hot Tips From Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford: One of our favorite new supermarket finds is frozen brown rice.
Make extra rice on purpose and use up the leftovers all week. Whether it’s regular or instant, choose whole-grain brown rice more often for extra vitamins plus hunger-curbing protein and fiber.
Crispy Rice Treats are a year-round favorite, but a dash of food coloring and a little less butter make them a healthy, holiday treat.
We're giving away one KRUPS Rice Cooker to one randomly-selected commenter.
You’re probably familiar with brown rice but it doesn’t always get the love it deserves. Find out all the delicious ways you can savor this easy to cook whole grain.
Did you know combining rice and beans creates a perfect protein? Problem is, many folks sabotage this healthy dish by adding too much fat. Done right, rice and beans can be a simple, spiced-up masterpiece that’s delicious and healthy.
This delicious recipe makes a great bedtime snack alongside a glass of warm milk or herbal tea.
Try Food Network Magazine's California Rice and Beans, a weeknight-friendly supper that's ready to eat in just 35 minutes, for Meatless Monday dinner.
Swap in the Italian grain farro in place of everyday rice for an easy, healthy stir-fry.