Recipe report: Grains on the menu

Whole grains make a smart addition to today’s menus—they’re nutritious, always in season, delivery-friendly and adaptable to many global preparations. Get more grains into breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes with these five recipes.


Recipe report: Seafood made simple

Seafood surges in demand during Lent, so it’s a good time to lure customers with something new and different. These five recipes showcase several varieties of fish and shellfish in easy-to-execute dishes with wide appeal.

Many in Asia and around the world will observe Lunar New Year, which begins on Feb. 12. The festival period lasts for 16 days, so there’s plenty of time to add a new Asian dish to the menu. These five recipes, inspired by Chinese and other Asian cuisines, make a good starting point for celebrating the Year of the Ox.

Wings are a popular choice of TV sports fans.

With Super Bowl Sunday coming up on Feb. 7, it’s time to get your snack game on for the big game. Watch parties will be smaller this year, but the food can still be great. These five recipes take the usual chips, dips and wings up a notch or two.

Nothing beats the January chill like a warm bowl of soup. Start simmering a pot this week, with these five varieties as inspiration.

A homespun dessert is a comforting way to brighten a winter day. These five treats can easily be created with ingredients on hand and will appeal to customers’ comfort food cravings.

It’s common for consumers to make resolutions to eat healthier—but much less common to stick to them over the next 12 months. Help diners achieve their goals with recipes that are flavorful, craveable and easy to execute.

The pandemic didn’t slow down creativity in the kitchen. Chefs in restaurants and foodservice operations kept on cooking old favorites and innovative new dishes—and our readers kept searching for fresh recipe ideas. Here’s a look back at the five most popular recipes of the year. (Spoiler alert: A fried chicken sandwich rose to the top!) Happy holidays!

In a year when holiday gatherings will be fewer and smaller, it’s still smart to have some festive starters on hand. These five recipes for charcuterie and cheese platters, dips, toasts and more are relatively easy to put together and will add instant holiday cheer.

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