Greek Pasta Salad Recipe | Joyful Healthy Eats

A quick 30-minute Greek Tortellini Pasta Salad filled with fresh crunchy vegetables and tossed in a homemade vinaigrette for one light and refreshing bite. It’ll become your new favorite side dish for cookouts or salad to have on hand during the week. Healthy Greek Pasta Salad Packed with crunchy veggies, this Greek pasta salad with … Read more

A 365-day priority for the U.S. chicken industry

Many of us probably remember the days when meat, milk and fresh produce were not always easy to purchase during the COVID-19 pandemic. But for 800 million people, access to quality, nutritious food is a daily struggle. That’s why every May 28, World Hunger Day is recognized to raise awareness and encourage support to end … Read more

Green Goddess Tortellini Salad – Cookie and Kate

Leave a Comment Add this fresh tortellini salad recipe to your weekend menu, stat! It features cheesy spinach tortellini tossed in my all-time favorite green goddess dressing, layered with lemony fresh greens and seasoned spring or summer vegetables. This pasta dish manages to be light yet hearty at the same time, which is a real … Read more

VIDEO: How to Cook Perfect Grains

Let the Instant Pot do ALL the work with this Best Ever Grits recipe! Make restaurant-worthy oatmeal at home – in the Instant Pot! New cooking videos are posted every week, so be sure to like this video and subscribe to the $5 Dinners channel! Video: How to Cook Perfect Grains Erin Chase Shop Featured … Read more

Chocolate Cobbler – Dinners, dishes and desserts

Chocolate Cobbler – a classic Southern dessert with a brownie-like filling and a gooey melty layer that’s served warm and topped with ice cream, for a decadent treat. If you’ve ever been down south, you’ve probably seen and tried the Chocolate Cobbler. It’s that dessert that has a gooey, gooey, almost melty lava texture with … Read more

Summer Puffs – Backyard Poultry

By Cappy Tosetti. How it all began Soufflé is the French for the verb blow: to blow, to inflate, to blow and to breathe. Like many discoveries in history, there are different versions, depending on the region and the people involved in telling a story. The origin of baked soufflé is no different. A recipe … Read more