For optimum healing, sip on this Healing Ginger Tea. You may know ginger as a fantastic remedy for nausea and indigestion, but it also contains lots of antioxidants and may work for you as a natural cough suppressant.
This is a light and healthy dish that’s perfect for kicking off your New Year’s diet plans. You’ll love this recipe from meal prep service Terra’s Kitchen.
Apples are a traditional food for Rosh Hashanah, symbolizing the fruitfulness of life. Served with honey, it represents the hope for a sweet year and a sweet life.
Sous vide, or “under vacuum” in French, means the food is vacuum-sealed in a plastic pouch and then placed in a water bath at a regulated temperature. The result is a fantastically tender meat that retains moisture on the inside and isn’t overcooked on the outside.
No food mill required for this quick applesauce recipe! Best made the day before you plan to enjoy. Ingredients include peeled and diced apples, honey, water, lemon juice and ground cinnamon.
Make your favorite biscuits and gravy recipe with these Buttermilk and Black Pepper Biscuits by Emma Chapman, blogger for A Beautiful Mess. Yum!
This Niman Ranch pork chop is seared on the grill and topped with a fabulous Sweet Potato Chorizo and Pineapple Pico de Gallo.
Wild West nachos from Beaver’s in Houston! Enjoy!
As soon as beverage director Sean Beck spotted a new line of apple-flavored juices and sodas at a grocery store, he decided to make one of his own. After a spirited discussion of apples with a winemaker, Beck chose the Fuji as the base for his drink.
Here’s one of the most popular entries in the He Won’t Know it’s Paleo cookbook – a #1 Best Seller on Amazon – by Bre’anna Emmitt.
Extra! Extra! Read all about this award winning recipe from Max’s Wine Dive. Their famous fried chicken gets me fired up – the skin is especially tasty! This recipe is HUGE, and we’re glad to have it here for our viewers on Goodtaste!
Le Colonial’s Rice Noodle Salad comes together with fresh Vietnamese vegetables and herbs, and begs for a chardonnay. Delicious with grilled shrimp or steak.
There’s not much razzle-dazzle to this dish — just plain good eatin’! Cooked quinoa and sweet potato chunks come together in a tangy Orange-Cashew Dressing, garnished with cilantro and radish from Jugo in Austin.
Prosciutto-wrapped melon is a classic Italian appetizer. When these simple flavors are tossed with pasta and spinach they make a delicious, quick and portable lunch or side dish. Double the recipe for a tasty party appetizer that will feed a crowd.
Find this potent plate on the dinner menu at The Peached Tortilla in Austin. Marinated in a fish sauce vinaigrette, topped with herbs and shallots. Gluten free!