Everyday Food With Sarah Carey
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Caramel Corn with Peanuts
No need to go to the ballpark to celebrate baseball season: Whip up caramel corn at home. Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey shows you how to make this classic sweet snack.
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Fresh Peach Buckle Recipe
The buckle is very similar to a coffee cake but with fruit added in. Excellent for breakfast or dessert, the ground cinnamon and sliced almonds lend a sweet and nutty flavor to the juicy peaches. It’s a wonderfully comforting treat!
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How to Roast Perfectly Crisp Vegetables
If you love roasted vegetables, especially crispy potatoes, you’ll really appreciate this innovative solution to cutting down on roasting time while preventing them from ending up soggy on one side.
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30-Minute Real Deal Chili Recipe
For an authentic take on old-school Texas-style chili, try making it without the familiar ingredients of tomatoes and beans. You’ll find that as the flavor of the ground beef slowly cooks down, it blends incredibly well with the hearty spices of cumin, paprika, and oregano. Bacon adds a smoky flavor, and masa harina -- or fine cornmeal -- helps thicken it, creating a meaty, rich, and flavorful meal.
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Ham, Zucchini and Gruyere Frittata Recipe
Frittatas are perfect for brunch or a light dinner, and they're so easy to make! Fresh seasonal zucchini and creamy gruyere add rich flavors to the ham and eggs. Feel free to experiment with a different selection of cheeses and seasonal veggies, and enjoy!
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Layered Tomatoes, Squash and Potato Recipe
Vegetables have never tasted so good! This surprisingly simple baked dish is perfect as a side or for eating as a healthy snack. The fresh thyme leaves lend an herbaceous aroma and flavor. In just 30 minutes you’ll have a beautifully colorful and nutritious dish!
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Worcheshire Sauce 3 Ways
Most of us only reach for Worcestershire sauce when we're eating a steak. Because of its pungent flavor, a little goes a long way -- which means that you probably have some in your pantry right now. Well, here are three inventive ways to use it that you’ve probably never thought about.
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Mashed Avocado and Hummus Dip Recipe
Avocados are not only healthy and delicious on their own, they also make for incredibly fantastic dips! Try this unique and creative combination of avocado, hummus, cilantro, scallions, and lime juice. Pair this with your favorite veggie sticks for nutritious goodness and crunch!
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Vegetarian Corn and Black Bean Stuffed Tomatoes
High in protein and fiber, these meaty beefsteak tomatoes are stuffed with delicious sweet corn, hearty black beans, melted cheese, and a jalapeno pepper that packs a nice punch. This vegetarian dish is sure to satisfy even the most die-hard meat lover in your family.
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Poached Egg and Edamame Rice Bowl Recipe
Edamame is a Japanese term for branched bean. These delicious beans are packed with vitamins A and C and are high in iron. When paired with crisp green kale and a delectable protein like a perfectly poached egg, this tasty bowl of nutrition can be eaten as a healthy breakfast or snack.