Tomato, Mozzarella and Basil Salad — Recipe of the Day
Ina takes a classic salad and seasons it perfectly with good olive oil, salt and pepper. For an eye-catching presentation, purchase tomatoes in yellow, orange and green hues.
Get the recipe: Tomato, Mozzarella and Basil Salad
If the shift to warmer temperatures outside has you craving all manner of cool, light eats inside, then look no further than a simple salad — but not just an everyday green salad.
Taste the rainbow and get your daily dose of vitamins from this simple chopped salad.
You may not know it, but you’ve probably tried mizuna. Commonly found in salad mixes, these feathery leaves are my new favorite salad green. Here's why you should pick some up at your farmers' market this weekend.
With less than 90 calories per serving and full of vitamin A (good for healthy eyes and hair), this easy carrot salad whips up in no time. Try it as a side for any sandwich or light dinner.
Giada gives panzanella salad a twist by grilling the bread and artichokes. She combines tomato and basil for a delicious Italian dish that’s ready to eat in just 16 minutes.
Food Network Magazine's Vegetarian Chef's Salad is a satisfying main dish packed with hearty ingredients and bold flavors.
Toss together one of these fresh and easy combos from Food Network Magazine for your next party.
This fruit is packed with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K and potassium, but these babies are also heavy on good-for-you monounsaturated fat. To make them a part of a healthy diet, consume in reasonable portions—about one-fifth an avocado contains 50 calories. Here are 5 delicious and portion-friendly ways to make them part of your day.