Spotlight Recipe: Mixed Greens with Mandarin Oranges and Walnuts
Taste the rainbow and get your daily dose of vitamins from this simple chopped salad.
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.
Picked up a few extra ears of corn on your trip to the market? Don’t fret. Check out these easy and delicious ways to cook them up.
Leafy greens and everything that join them are anything but punishment. Next time you're on the hunt for a side dish, think of these glorious leafy side salads.
You won't find a leaf of lettuce in these hearty and satisfying salads.
For Meatless Monday dinner tonight, prepare Food Network Magazine's Big Greek Salad, an easy, no-cook meal featuring fresh lettuce, kalamata olives and capers.
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.
Do you find yourself hungry 30 minutes after eating? Certain foods can help keep you satisfied so you avoid mindlessly munching throughout the day.
In the Middle East it’s traditional to find babaganoush with appetizers like hummus, tahini, pita bread and olives. Here's how to make your own.