As you set about keeping your goals for the new year, consider how you fuel your brain for the day. These recipes will help you do just that—by promoting brain health, mental strength, and longevity.
This healthy take on the traditional Asian specialty hot pot will bring big flavor to the holiday table.
Love eggnog? This year, make a creamy Cashew and Macadamia “nog” to satisfy traditionalists and health food lovers alike! This frothy and spiced nog uses a simple homemade nut milk for a wonderful creamy base.
An interactive dinner party where both the prep and meal are entertaining: Try this new tradition for yourself!
Roasted vegetable orzo is a tasty alternative to the traditional holiday starchy dishes to bring variety over the festive season.
This day-after-Thanksgiving brunch dish reimagines day-old stuffing using bright Southwestern flavors.
This flaky squash and goat cheese galette will be the star of your holiday table.
The secret to great okra is roasting it. Wow your guests with the great flavor of this delicious roasted vegetable with a sweet nutty topper.
This Ayurvedic-inspired lentil soup is just the trick for health through the season.
This recipe uses clever flour swaps to increase nutrition and minimize the oil in this classic Japanese dish. So light, crispy, and easy to make that you will want to include it in your weekly meal plans.