October

Autumn's Candy

Before you release your ghosts and ghouls on the neighborhood, make sure they have something a little healthy. Make it simple with a gorgeous salad that showcases the beautiful colors of autumn. Sneak a little of nature's candy into the mix before trick or treating!

Lentil Love

If you haven't cooked much with lentils, it's time to embrace their versatility, vibrance, and — well — deliciousness! While I love them in everything from salad to casseroles, my first lentil love is soup. If you've not experienced what they can do for a bisque, get ready for a treat!

Eat the Rainbow

Enjoying a variety of color in your diet has been shown to be healthy - and beautiful - and it's super simple to do when you assemble a bowl of poke, a Hawaiian raw fish salad that's enjoyed both as an appetizer and main course on the islands and beyond.

Weeknight Shorts: Maple Sriracha

Sweet and spicy come together in a quick stir-fry sauce that will have friends and loved ones singing your praises. Bring together a lot of unlikely matches in this fall garden-inspired dish that is anything but ordinary.

Kitchen Safety

With cooler weather upon us, we're spending more time in the kitchen and that means it's a great time to brush up on basic kitchen safety. Put some polish on your procedures with a clever infographic that takes you through kitchen safety step by step.

Sandwich Skillet

Breakfast gets a lunchtime makeover when BLTs become the inspiration for a clever skillet strata. A one-pan breakfast to fuel your weekend adventures is just what you need now!

Building Dinner Sandwiches

Whether you are rushing out the door to go apple-picking or attend the PTO meeting, this month calls for a lot of good meals-on-the-go. Sandwiches are natural choices and there's no reason to stop at PBJs or baloney on white bread. It's decadent dinner sandwich time!

Weekday Ribs

Tender boneless country ribs can be a quick weekday meal if you have a pressure cooker to make the traditional slow cooked meat into a quick process. Add to that a spicy, tangy sauce inspired by the flavors of Thailand and you've got a great go-to mid-week dinner.

Weeknight Shorts: Main Dish Slaw

As October progresses, our gardens and market stands give us more root vegetables and other hearty items. Tender lettuces give way to sturdy cabbages. So embrace the change in harvest and enjoy a main dish slaw boasting crunchy veggies, juicy fruit, warm chicken, and an asian dressing.

Play With Your Food

Traditionally left as an item around Easter time, boiled eggs get ignored for much of the rest of the year. But, if you have just a bit of time, they can be a great quick breakfast or addition to your favorite noodle bowl - and just downright adorable when dressed up as little mice.

Sheet Pan Chicken

Welcome to October, the month of embracing baking, roasting, and braising! Grab your sheet pan and begin with a Greek chicken dish that will put your entire meal in the oven before it finds its way to the table.