By Robert J. Matthews
With pepperoncini, this salty chicken gets a little heat that we like.
But if you want to make it spicy, swap them out for hot cherry peppers.
A quick and easy way to get energy any night of the week is to eat large sea scallops.
You can sear or sauté them and then add them to soups, and pasta, or eat them by themselves as a main dish.
This easy avocado tuna salad recipe will make a can of tuna taste better.
Lemon juice and feta cheese add a salty and creamy punch, while avocado adds a smooth texture.
Fresh summer corn, tomatoes, and basil are used in this 20-minute chicken meal with lots of sauce.
This quick dinner is light and sour. You can serve it over brown rice or pasta.
Chickpeas, quinoa, and hummus are just a few of the plant-based foods that make this rich vegan salad so healthy.