Want to wow your family for the Jewish New Year and following Yom Kippur? This Fig & Pomegranate Brisket is the perfect way to please a crowd and honor tradition.
Sheet pan dinners are perfect for busy weeknights and over-scheduled weekends. We love this salmon and potato version from Joanna Keohane of The Family Food Kitchen, but you can also swap the salmon for chicken or tofu, and use whatever veggies you’d like. Says Joanna: “You can’t beat a sheet pan dinner! The prep is minimal and you can use all those seasonal veggies you’ve been meaning to cook with! Plus [there’s] just one pan to wash.”
Football season is here, and that means Game Day eats. Sundays are busy for a lot of families, so simple recipes are key. This 4-Ingredient Sour Cream Chive Dip from Joanna Keohane of The Family Food Kitchen is not only quick and easy, the flavor gets better with time, so can (and should) be made at least one hour ahead of time.
As we turn the corner on summer and head back to school, straightforward weekend and easy weeknight recipes become even more important than ever. Marinade recipes, like this one from Layla Lisiewski, CEO and co-founder of The Local Moms Network, are a true timesaver.
There are a handful of weeks till Fall (September 23 if you’re counting), so enjoy all the in-season August produce you can — from juicy peaches and mango to sweet corn and blackberries. One refreshing way to enjoy the rest of summer? Cocktails infused with these flavors. Check out our six popular sips to savor the season!
Want to make dinner more interactive and potentially inspire kids to try new things? Consider a taco board like this one from Maegan, the mom behind The BakerMama. “Give kids the opportunity to make their own choices and build their own tacos. Independence is such a great trait for kids to learn when it comes to mealtime,” says Maegan.
Summer can feel fleeting, but making a few classic summer dishes can create memories that last well after fall. One of the classics? Lobster rolls. This version from Leigh and Alston, the moms behind Habitual Hostess, are miniature, so perfect for bringing to a barbecue, to the beach or on a boat trip.
This Mexican Street Corn Salad is a crowd-pleaser for any summer barbecue. It lasts in the fridge for a few days, so make extra on the weekend for easy weekday lunches. Can’t find cotija cheese in your local grocery store? Substitute feta or parmesan.
It’s officially summer—and grill season! If you haven’t tried grilling veggies, it’s time to start. Throwing everything from root vegetables to lettuce onto the grill sweetens and enhances both flavors and textures—trust us, they’ll give any salad a run for its money.
This Sesame-Sriracha Watermelon Poke Bowl from Joy Bauer of the Today show can be made days ahead, so it’s a perfect meal prep summer staple. It’s vegan but packed with protein from edamame, and a flavorful summer lunch or light dinner. For more from Joy, follow her on Instagram.