Chicken dark meat (such as thighs) are one of the easiest parts to cook, because it’s so juicy, it’s hard to mess up. We love that this luscious sauce requires only a dab of butter, and no cream, yet it yields a delicious flavor profile that makes an ordinary dish like roasted chicken thighs turn…

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We are always looking for satisfying substitutes for potatoes. Kohlrabi and Brussels Sprouts are two of literally endless possibilities for this recipe, but they work well because they can be cooked in uniform, bite size pieces that are delicious in the air fryer. If you’ve never tried Kohlrabi, we encourage you to check it out…

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We call this slaw “crispy-healthy” because the way we suggest preparing it assures it stays crispy, and the dressing has no added salt and minimal saturated fat (the only fat used is olive oil; see the nutritional content below). This slaw dressing is a great improvement over bottled commercial dressings, which tend to be loaded…

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This dish is a very healthy labor of love. It does require some advance prep, unless you have a free afternoon to pull everything together. But if you already have the red sauce and green sauce made, and your produce is mostly trimmed and ready to go, it doesn’t take long at all to assemble.…

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This delicious meat loaf is made without beef, using only lean ground turkey and chicken, yet the addition of sauteed, finely chopped celery, onions and green peppers makes it moist and juicy. Bruschetta makes a great addition to this recipe, but in a pinch, you could also just use no-salt tomato sauce. Between the seasonings…

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