A five-ingredient formula for yummy paleo pancakes.
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Crispy potato chips are even better fried in healthy coconut oil (and even tastier dipped in dark chocolate!).
Making granita is easy and extra delicious when you use these juicy, tangy cara cara oranges.
Make a delicious dinner in record time and sneak in some extra veggies with this zucchini "spaghetti" with meaty marinara sauce.
Creamy coconut-cream truffles filled with Samoas Girl Scout Cookies and topped with toasted coconut and crispy bacon.
Skip the candy bars and get your chocolate and almond fix with this easy chocolate-coconut bark.
Cranberries and pistachios add a tangy crunch to sweet coconut macaroons made even better by dipping it all in chocolate.
This sausage and kale soup is better than the original--this version is paleo and has no dairy and no white potatoes.
Chocolate cookies with dark chocolate chips and a chocolate peanut butter glaze, so delicious!
A fantastic, hearty sandwich bread with fruity and rich blackberry butter.
Brighten up the same old pumpkin bread with a zingy burst of blueberries.
Take advantage of fall's bounty of apples and make these cute, flaky (portable!) hand pies.
You already know p.b. and chocolate are perfect together, but combine them with cheesecake and it's just divine.
Chicken, lemons and garlic slow roasted until caramelized and flavorful make for a delicious and easy dinner.
Juicy summer fruits and puff pastry combine to make a delicious, juicy-sweet dessert.
Make some tangy-salty Filipino braised chicken while you read about The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook.
Get your dark chocolate fix in cheesecake form with these snack-size decadent baby cheesecakes.
Get your coffee fix on a hot day with frozen Vietnamese coffee on a stick.
Local fresh dairy and free-trade, organic coffee combines to make this creamy summer treat.
Rescue your stale bread by making tasty seasoned croutons, as crunchy and spicy as you like them.
Make your own lemon-lime soda pop at home with this vibrant, citrusy syrup and some sparkly water.
Save yourself tons of time when you cut small round fruits by using this easy trick.
Melty and sweet grilled cheese: brie and blackberry jam on toasted focaccia.
Homemade focaccia made with whole wheat flour and olive oil; golden and crispy.
Fluffy, eggy baked pancakes with berries and whipped cream. Quick, easy, and stunning.
This gift guide has a book for each of the unique cooks on your holiday shopping list. Everyone from the solo eater to the CSA junkie to the science-minded inquisitive cook to the time-pressed weeknight chef to the hardcore griller—they're all covered on this list of our favorite cookbooks of 2011.
This creamy, dreamy dish is the ultimate in doughnut decadence. It starts by caramelizing glazed doughnuts in a buttery bath, then mixing it with milk and heating the mixture until the flavors merge beautifully in a hot, sweet, very creamy broth. It's my easy-to-prepare take on a dessert served at Chicago's MOTO, a restaurant revered in the world of molecular gastronomy.