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.
Move over tortilla chips, chili-spiked kale chips are the perfect snack, appetizer or crispy side dish.
Edamame (soybeans in the pod) are a low-calorie, fiber-packed nutrient powerhouse. Pick them up in the freezer aisle of your grocery store to have on hand for an easy, healthy snack.
Cooking with fresh chili peppers adds big flavor (without calories) to all kinds of recipes – even dessert! Whether you’re a fan of mild peppers or four alarm heat, light a fire in your kitchen with these 5 dishes.
Get Food Network Kitchens' recipe for 30-minute Weeknight Two-Bean Chili, a family-friendly dinner that's ideal for Meatless Monday.
Yes, it's easy to load up your chili with calories and fat, but here are easy steps to make a pot for under 400 calories per serving.
This classic comfort food is the perfect end to a cold day. Its versatility can make it suitable to most taste preferences and although many think it’s unhealthy, chili is really full of nutritious ingredients. But those aren’t the only reasons we love chili.
Check out Food Network's top-five chili recipes to find warming recipes from The Pioneer Woman, Bobby Flay, Ina Garten and more Food Network chefs.
Celebrate the big football game with big food
Robin Miller’s veggie-friendly chili is full of protein-packed beans, fresh bell pepper and heaping spoonfuls of hot sauce, chili powder and pickled jalapeno.