Panko-Crusted Salmon Sliders with Quick Ponzu Cucumbers
These easy-to-prepare salmon sliders with Asian flair will score points with Super Bowl Sunday guests.
Beef Steak with Herb Garnish
This diabetes-friendly steak is flavorful, so you can serve it with simple accompaniments, such as a baked potato and a crisp green vegetable.
Cranberry Pear Kuchen
This diabetes-friendly baked dessert combines two fruits not often seen together — but the combination is perfectly pleasing.
Clam Chowder with Old Bay Seasoning
This clam chowder has all the classic components, but with a couple of twists and turns.
Blackberry Salad with Mint and Honeycomb
Fresh fruit is perfect for whatever the day is going to bring: big meeting, relaxing morning, waves, or the gym. That first bite of a fresh-picked blackberry is the best of summer. The juice squirts down your lip and tastes just like heaven. Fresh blackberries with citrus, mint, and honeycomb come together to kill it in this anytime, anywhere fruit salad. And it's super easy to make. (If not blackberries, sub whatever seasonal berry or fruit that you can score locally. If the berry is in season and it's bought where it's grown, you can't go wrong, as we all know by now.)
Sour Strawberry Cobbler
Tart is the word of the day here. This is an alternative oversweetened, overcompensated, thick, fatty cobblers that taste of just sugar and butter so many bakeries and chefs seem to be turning out lately. Wait till summer and try to get your hands on some local berries; it's well worth the wait.
Sweet Mustard-Glazed Baby Carrots
Tasty, tiny version of their full-size carrot counterparts, tender baby carrots are peeled and ready to cook. A favorite with kids and grownups. Perfect bite-sized pieces every time.
Dilled Whole Green Beans
Making and canning your own pickled dilled green beans is one of the easiest things you can do with your green beans to preserve it for later use.
It's creamy, silky, everything you have come to expect from cheesecake except putting on a few pounds after indulging.