Recipes

The Dairy-Free KFC Fried Chicken Recipe You Need to Know About

The Dairy-Free KFC Fried Chicken Recipe You Need to Know About

TweetThere’s a dairy-free KFC fried chicken recipe our very own Chef Jacobs produced that boasts all the same flavor and crunch without any of the dairy (hint: it also doubles as a kosher KFC chicken recipe). For those of you who crave a good southern fried chicken and prefer to keep dairy out of your fried chicken-loving life, this recipe is a perfect alternative to making it like they do d... »

Jachnun is the Ultimate Yemenite Meal

Jachnun is the Ultimate Yemenite Meal

TweetJachnun is the breakfast carb of Yemen and you’ll want to get involved. This is the tale of a Yemenite dish that has become a part of the mainstream Israeli cuisine: the Jachnun. Jachnun was once a dish served by Yemenite Jews on Saturday morning, but that just isn’t the case anymore. It’s eaten on Saturday morning because the Yemenite Jews cooked their jachnun pastry in the typic... »

Vegetarian Bolognese Recipe: because life is good

Vegetarian Bolognese Recipe: because life is good

TweetJessica Levinson shares her recipe for the easiest and tastiest vegetarian bolognese sauce of all time. No elastic pants necessary. Love lentils? So does Jessica Levinson, a registered dietician, nutritionist, and founder of Nutritioulicious. She’s so obsessed with pulses (yes, the official name for the family of foods lentils can be found in) that she works them in everywhere– ev... »

National Milk Chocolate Day is Almost Here!

National Milk Chocolate Day is Almost Here!

TweetNational Milk Chocolate Day is almost here, and we’re encouraging full participation from everyone in this great land. We didn’t even know National Milk Chocolate Day was a thing until a few weeks ago, but now that we know, there’s simply no turning back. It’s like when you find your spirituality, you can’t go back to being a heathen after that. Milk chocolate ap... »

Flame of Love Cocktail Recipe

Flame of Love Cocktail Recipe

TweetThe “Flame of Love” is an elegant take on the classic martini. Created 45 years ago for Dean Martin by Pepe Ruiz, the bartender of Chasen’s in Beverly Hill, the Flame of Love is one of the most famous variations on the martini. Martin, who was a legendary martini drinker, came into Chasen’s one day and requested Pepe surprise him by putting a twist on the classic martini. The result is a deli... »

Greek Hummus Dip for the Big Game

Greek Hummus Dip for the Big Game

TweetThis layered Greek Hummus Dip is perfect for having friends over for the big game, or even as a healthy treat to encourage finicky eaters to get some vegetarian protein in. Read More: Health Benefits of Hummus 1 8oz. bowl of Tribe Hummus (Classic is used in the photo, but any flavor is fine) 1 small tub of your preferred brand of Greek yogurt 1 cup of finely diced cucumber 1 cup of finely dic... »

The Only 5 Recipes You Need for Super Bowl Snacks

The Only 5 Recipes You Need for Super Bowl Snacks

TweetFace it, the best part of the Super Bowl is the snacks. It’s almost like the Thanksgiving of the New Year. Forget your resolutions and just dig in to the glorious cheese and carb overload. We won’t tell anyone. Here are our favorite recipes for snacking on Super Bowl Sunday.  1. The easiest chili appetizer you ever did make. Whether your guests want an entire bowl, or just a dip, ... »

Vegan Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes (Gluten Free, too!)

TweetNeed I say more than “Vegan Pumpkin Pie Milkshake with Cinnamon Maple Coconut Whipped Cream?” Well, in case I do… this fall-inspired “milkshake” recipe is not only chock full of deliciousness and holiday spirit, but is vegan and free from gluten and refined sugar! Seriously, is there a healthier AND yummier way to start the pre-celebration of Thanksgiving? Enjoy ... »

Vegan Apple Pie Parfaits

TweetThese vegan apple-pie chia seed jam parfaits are everything. Free from gluten, refined sugar, and animal products, this apple pie parfait recipe make the parfait (healthy) breakfast indulgence or dessert while curled up next to the fireplace (oh, fall…) So, whether you’re gluten free, dairy free, vegan — or not, I think we can all come together in enjoying this awesome, easy... »

Five Fennel Facts (+Recipe)

TweetIf you’ve never heard of or tried eating fennel, stay put… here are the fennel facts you need to know.   Fennel is a perennial plant belonging to the celery family. Primarily grown in the Mediterranean region, the plant is most commonly known and cultivated for its seeds, anise seeds. These seeds, which are particularly popular in Middle Eastern and Indian cooking, are incredibly ... »

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