A package (or two!) of chicken sausage is a smart staple to always have on hand. Since it’s pre-cooked, it takes next to no time to turn it into dinner. Here’s how.
I live alone and almost always cook for one. So, when I find a recipe that I don’t get sick of after multiple meals in a row, I know I’ve found a winner (winner chicken dinner). Lately, the recipe I can’t stop making is Amelia Rampe’s Chicken Adobo.
Zinc is an important for keeping your immune system happy and healthy, but it doesn’t hang around in your body waiting for you to use it. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet usually covers your daily requirements, but it’s always good to know which foods in particular boost your intake (and your immunity). Here are 5 high-zinc foods.
If chicken boredom has set in, we have you covered with our chicken recipes mega-list. Whatever you have in the fridge, be it leftover rotisserie chicken, ground chicken, chicken thighs, or boneless skinless chicken breasts, there’s something here for you.
So long are the day of dry and bland chicken breasts. This poultry packs a bunch of lean protein (35g in 4 oz.) and can take on many cooking techniques and a world of flavors.
It’s not unusual to find drool-worthy food photos on Instagram—half the time we wonder if it wasn’t invented just for that reason. But when you come across a recipe that makes you want to buy a gadget you don’t already have and eat a food right now that you normally kind of shrug at?
You want the best-quality grass-fed beef, heritage pork and pastured chicken for you and your family. In a perfect world, you would find a fantastic butcher who offered a wide array of cuts, sourced from small farms where the animals were raised humanely and never given antibiotics or hormones.
This recipe is from The Clean Plates Cookbook ($17; Running Press) by Jared Koch with Jill Silverman Hough.
Cool down and chill out with this late summer menu
Here are some quick menu hacks with chicken and veggies to get lunch or dinner on the table in super quick and super cool ways.
A cool no-fuss feast for late summer
We know what you’re thinking: It’s hot. You’re sick of watching what you eat so you can look great in that swimsuit or Athleta yoga pant.
Residents are taking healthy, affordable food into their own hands
Faced with a lack of accessible fresh food, East New Yorkers are turning waste into compost: Cypress Hills residents are building Pollos del Pueblo, or The People’s Chickens…
Warm yourself up with these healthy updates on hearty gumbo
Cook up a steaming batch of this better-for-you gumbo on a cold winter day…