Each Friday, we share five things that are getting buzz around the Cooking Light offices—from what we’re reading around the Web, to what’s hot on Instagram, or even our latest favorite ingredient. This week, I want to share five top Cooking Light recipes that are getting attention on Pinterest and at MyRecipes.com this month. We want to know: What’s the best recipe you […]
Sunday is Mother’s Day, and a beautiful plate of delicious food is never a bad way to start mom’s special day. I’ve pulled together a few of our staff’s favorite breakfast and brunch recipes. We also have an entire gallery of great breakfast and brunch recipes, too. Do your prep work Saturday night so you can rise and shine early Sunday […]
Our highest-rated recipe from the May issue was our Chocolate Tacos with Ice Cream and Peanuts (page 96 of the paper edition). Sidney Fry, Assistant Editor, Nutrition had this to say: “Move over, ice cream man. There’s a bigger, better, more chocolaty treat in town!” Have you tried this treat? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.
Foodies and math geeks everywhere, rejoice! It’s National Pi Day. (Get it? March 14 or 3.14, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Wikipedia has a great visual for understanding where pi gets its number.) Or it’s National Pie Day for those of us who prefer our circles filled with warm apples and flaky crusts. In honor of this number-filled […]
Today is National Cook A Sweet Potato Day. Glue, paint, alcohol and ink are a few things George Washington Carver made with sweet potatoes. We suggest eating them instead. Sweet potatoes are high in vitamins A, B, and C. The skins are stuffed full of fiber too! Did you know that you can control how sweet your potato tastes, simply […]