Tomatoes are wonderfully versatile -- they can be stewed, stuffed, baked, broiled, pureed, pickled, deviled, grilled and fried. But how do you match the tomato to the meal?
Sure, fresh-from-the-garden produce is ideal, but that doesn't mean foods labeled "fresh" in your grocery store are always the best. What nutritional information do you need to know before choosing frozen, canned or fresh?
The world really has two different meanings for the word fruit. There is the use of the word when you go to the grocery store, and then there's the use of the word by a botanist. Find out if tomatoes make the cut.
If you're looking for a simple delicious salad, try this recipe for chicken, spinach and mango salad with warm tomato vinaigrette from TLC Cooking.
Pasta is a great base to use for a main dinner dish or for a light lunchtime salad. But you may be tired of the same old boring pasta recipes. Don't worry; there's lots you can do to spice it up.
People sit down to snack on strange food combinations all the time ... like chocolate and french fries or pretzels and ice cream. But in a way, these unusual combos aren't all that odd -- they satisfy the cravings we get for salty and sweet.