The ultimate comfort food. Learn how to season your chicken, ensure it’s juicy, and get that crisp, golden skin (hint: use butter!).
Curry powder, tart green apples, and fresh lime juice balance out the sweet raisins in this chicken salad.
Olives, roasted peppers, and lemon juice brighten up this comforting bowl of chicken and rice.
Amp up the protein by topping with a poached or fried egg.
This classic potato soup derives earthiness and depth from porcini mushrooms and bacon.
Zingy, herbaceous chimichurri is the perfect accompaniment to grilled meats.
Try this technicolor cabbage slaw, which is livened up with fresh mint, pomegranate seeds, and chopped walnuts.
For a delicious heritage twist, roast these root veggies in duck fat or lard.
Next time you’re hankering for oatmeal, try this hearty Russian porridge instead.
Think bouillabaisse — but so much easier.
Herby, acidic chermoula is the perfect accompaniment to this creamy carrot soup.
Something wilting in the crisper? Throw it into this hearty vegetable soup.
Rebecca Katz’s essential veggie broth can be eaten as is or used as the base of your favorite soup.
This Indian-inspired mung bean soup includes cauliflower, carrots, and both fresh and dried turmeric
Black rice contains more powerful antioxidants than any other rice variety.
Soaking and toasting the oats can make them more easily digestible.
This anti-inflammatory tonic is made with dairy-free milk, several warming spices, and a dash of honey or maple syrup.
The warm and slightly sweet spice blend ras el hanout seasons this hearty stew.
Create an even heartier chili by stirring in some quinoa.
If you’re feeling adventurous, amp up the chili in this Nepalese dish.
Turn this Meditteranean-inspired dish into a meal with the addition of fried eggs.