This is not your lentil, black bean, or miso soup. No, this gorgeous recipe is full of parmesan, cream, milk, and homemade croutons. Some might call this soup indulgent, others might call it romantic, but I'm calling it dinner tonight.
I remember this one time I didn't label my purchases from the bulk bin, and I couldn't remember what was in the bag: were they split peas or lentils? These cute little dried legumes are both healthy and delicious, but it's worth knowing their varieties and differences. Read on to find out more!
This is one of those dishes that knows no bounds when it comes to meals. It could easily be made for brunch with a group of friends, or be a fridge-cleaning meal for dinner. Grab any greens you have in the house, and throw 'em in this savory pancake casserole this weekend.
You might have tried cheese, meat, or chocolate fondue, but have you tried ... cinnamon waffle fondue? No? It's pretty self-explanatory: You dip cinnamon rolls in a creamy mixture consisting of powdered sugar, cream cheese, vanilla, and butter. Is this a genius brunch idea or totally crazy?
You might have tried your hand at pizza bagels, but what about pizza waffles? This breakfast-dinner mashup is a great excuse to use that new waffle maker you might have received for the holidays, or have tucked somewhere in the closet waiting to be used.
This popular soup, called Yukgaejang in Korea, packs a lot of flavor and is great for the cold winter days to come. The base for the soup is beef brisket, which falls apart wonderfully in your mouth when cooked right. The soup also uses sesame oil and is spiced with Korean red chili flakes and chili paste. Time to hit your grocery store!
Just as the holidays disappear behind us and it gets even colder outside, citrus comes into season and brightens all of our meals. This recipe makes full use of the oven, caramelizing the thinly sliced oranges and lemons so they become soft and wonderful. Add some roasted chicken into the mix and you have dinner.
Sometimes it's hard to get excited about a big glass of liquid greens. It's really not for everyone. If you want to give it a chance, however, this green smoothie bowl is a great place to start. It's full of greens and covered in lots of delicious toppings including thinly sliced bananas and nuts.
Some stouts pour like motor oil and drink like a meal—and sometimes that's exactly what you want when you're sampling one-offs and specialty brews for an evening. But sometimes you don't want your beer to fill you up for the evening, and that's why Guinness has so many fans around the world: despite its dense and creamy appearance, it's actually light and refreshing.