Food and Travel
Whether you're traveling for business, on vacation, or heading out on a weekend road trip, getting a taste of local eateries, restaurants and food vendors is part of the fun. Tag along with us as we globe-trot in search of destination must-eats.
This dish, based on a staple of Louisiana cuisine, swaps smoked sausage for chicken and shrimp – turning this into a flavor-filled weeknight dish.
10 Classic Indian Dishes to Make in Your Slow Cooker
Say goodbye to delivery fees! You can prep your favorite Indian dishes at home, right in your slow cooker.
Seared Beef Sirloin and Grilled Peaches with Feta Cheese and Basil
Not only are the grilled or broiled peach halves served on a bed of arugula with the sirloin a beauty to behold when serving, the sweetness of the fruit complements the meatiness of the beef.
Fresh ginger adds a delightful kick to this bisque that delivers on richness without the fat of heavy cream. To turn this into an appetizer for the holidays, consider adding a mound of fresh crabmeat to the center of each soup.
Teriyaki-Glazed Salmon with Cauliflower Rice
Easy enough to pull off for a weeknight meal, the salmon layered onto the cauliflower rice is also impressive enough in looks and taste to serve for company. Better yet, the salmon is heart-healthy and the fluffy cauliflower soaks up the soy sauce.
Slow Cooker Hearty Chicken Noodle Soup
Now you don’t have to slave away at the stove top for the rich flavor of homemade chicken soup. Just add ingredients to the slow cooker and let it create more flavor than can be found in a can of soup.
Sriracha-Glazed Chicken with Paprika Butternut Squash
The spicy Sriracha packs a ton of flavor into this Asian chicken dish.
Massaged Kale Salad
Unlike other greens such as spinach or Swiss chard, kale is sturdier and tougher. To get raw kale tender, this recipe’s technique of massaging a salad dressing into the leaves works wonders, from Simple Cooking with Heart.
Broccoli Salad with Water Chestnuts and Dried Cranberries
The acid in the red wine vinegar breaks down the broccoli, softening it so there’s no need to cook it. in this no-cook, American side dish recipe from Simple Cooking with Heart.
Crunchy Cabbage Salad with Spicy Peanut Dressing
This addictive American cabbage salad side dish recipe from Simple Cooking with Heart has a zing from jalapenos along with a double-duty peanut power – a peanut butter-infused dressing and a sprinkling of peanuts throughout!
Open-Face Tuna Melt with Oven-Baked Sweet Potato Chips
Whether for lunch or dinner, this Simple Cooking with Heart tuna melt with a side of sweet potato chips recipe gives off a diner vibe with a healthy twist.
If you do the apple slicing, kids can get in on the action and assemble these nachos themselves. Use your favorite apple varieties for this Simple Cooking with Heart snack or appetizer recipe.
Looking for an easy dessert to round out your holiday meal? This fruit crisp is surprisingly healthy, perfect to balance out all of the holiday season indulgences, and it tastes great, too!