From asparagus baked with olive oil and Parmesan, to oven baked spears with chicken or balsamic vinegar, these baked asparagus recipes are as tasty as they are easy.See Popular Baked Asparagus Recipes
It takes just 30 minutes to make these saucy seafood casseroles.
A hint of lemon adds a citrusy touch to this roasted asparagus and leek side-dish recipe.
To save time, while the asparagus is roasting, cook the leeks, brown the rice, and heat the broth to simmering.
These breaded asparagus spears are baked, not fried, and use panko bread crumbs for an especially light coating that doesn't overwhelm this mild vegetable.
When asparagus bursts into season, we happily snatch it up--it's as much a pleasure to eat the fresh stalks raw, grilled, or simply blanched with a squeeze of lemon juice or a little melted butter. When you have leftovers from your asparagus binge, the easiest way to use it is to toss it into a green garden salad (or incorporate it into a salad Nicoise), chop it up and use it in an omelet, or tuck it into a pita with other veggies for a refreshing sandwich. But let's take those leftover asparagus to another level.
this spring-inspired egg strata with ham, asparagus, and cheese is perfect for Easter or Mother's Day breakfast or brunch.
As the weather begins to warm up, try this perfect-for-spring asparagus quiche the next time you need a special breakfast or brunch dish.
If you're a pasta lover, eating only spaghetti is akin to a music lover listening to only one band. The wide variety of pasta shapes -- manicotti, rigatoni, angel hair and gnocchi, to name a few -- offers unlimited opportunities for creativity at dinnertime. These lesser-known "indie bands" of pasta are just a quick to prepare as more popular pastas, such as spaghetti and lasagna, and they're just as versatile, too.
You spend all Thanksgiving day stuffing, roasting, basting, peeling, stirring, and mashing. Meanwhile, the family is snacking their way through the football game. Is anyone still hungry by the time you're ready to serve dinner?
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Let's face it: to your average holiday reveler, the phrase "vegan dessert" has about as much appeal as, say, "asparagus milkshake." While being a vegan no longer seems to invite the kind of puzzlement and even outright hostility that it once did (like announcing you were a Communist), instead you can often expect a sort of pity, especially around the holidays. After all, the classic holiday treats are, at their essence, all about two fundamental ingredients that even the vegan's fellow traveler -- the vegetarian -- can enjoy without compromise: eggs and butter.
In the classic fairytale, Goldilocks was on a quest to find the perfect bowl of porridge. Here in the real world, as we've learned more and more about the health benefits of eating fish, many of us are on a quest to find the perfect seafood: one that's not too expensive, not unhealthy, but just right. This can sometimes seem like an impossible task.
Easter wouldn't be the same without Deviled Eggs, Hot Cross Buns and plenty of jelly beans but no food says Easter quite like ham.