How to Make The Palm Restaurant’s Easy 3-Ingredient Brussels Sprouts

[brightcove:4029058126001 default] 6 Easy Breakfasts with Only 3 Ingredients Each Indisputable Proof that Almost Everything Tastes Better Dunked in Chocolate 15 Sweet, Savory and Super Tasty Ways to Use Apples The Palm Restaurant bases its menu off the idea that if you use the best ingredients, there’s no need for extravagant recipes—and that philosophy has been working for almost 90 years. So it’s no wonder their iconic Brussels sprouts side dish only really calls for three main ingredients. In this exclusive cooking demo for PEOPLE, The Palm’s corporate executive chef Tony Tammero shows you how to whip up the perfect
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3 Pear Recipes That Will Make You Fall in Love With This Fruit

Model Foodies: These Runway Stars Can Eat Why We Can’t Wait for Jessica Biel’s New Restaurant to Open 6 Easy Breakfasts with Only 3 Ingredients Each Quite honestly, my most memorable encounter with a pear came one early morning in college. I woke up with my head on fire and stumbled to the fridge for a solution. And I found it. That first bite of a slightly overripe Bosc pear felt like the cure-all. I generally cook with Anjou (the green ones) and Bosc (the light brown ones) at varying degrees of ripeness. While we want to buy fruit at
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15 Genius Kitchen Hacks for Gadgets You Already Own

A calorie-heavy casserole isn’t the only meal you can make with a baking dish. We found three surprisingly innovative — and healthy — ways to use each of the following five classic cooking tools already hanging out in your kitchen. Might we suggest an easier way to flip an egg, or using your blender for more than just protein smoothies? Meal prep has never been so creative…or easy! RELATED: 12 Brilliant Meal Prep Ideas to Free Up Your Time 15 Genius Kitchen Hacks Waffle Iron 1. Sweeten up your hash browns. With sweet potatoes, that is. Instead of using regular
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5 Restaurant Meals That Are Better Than a Salad

Sam Smith Lost 14 Lbs. in Two Weeks — Find Out How He Did It Fitness Expert Tracy Anderson: What I Eat In a Day Harley Pasternak: 5 Ways to Boost Your Fat-Burning Engine Lisa Lillien is the author of the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter, featuring smart, funny advice on guilt-free eating. She is also the author of nine books, six of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Read her PEOPLE.com blog every Monday for slimmed-down celebrity recipes and more. Salads seem safe when you’re dining out, but BEWARE. Some
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The Chew's Daphne Oz: I'd Rather Weigh 5 Lbs. More and Be Really Happy

Delicious Recipes Made with Cadbury Créme Eggs 6 Easy Breakfasts with Only 3 Ingredients Each The Cutest Recipes to Make this Easter Chef and author Daphne Oz’s food habits tend to shift with major life milestones. “When I first came on The Chew, I ate mostly vegetarian. But as [my co-hosts Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Carla Hall and Clinton Kelly] say on our show, they converted me to the dark side. [Now] I eat everything!” Oz tells PEOPLE at the taping of 3rd annual The View/Chew Cookoff, which pairs co-hosts from each show to compete in a culinary challenge — Oz served
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Make a Delicious, Guilt-Free Guacamole for Cinco de Mayo

[brightcove:3644954695001 default] Look Inside these Gorgeous Celebrity Kitchens 6 Easy Breakfasts with Only 3 Ingredients Each The Ultimate Celebrity Wedding Cakes   Lisa Lillien is the author of the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter, featuring smart, funny advice on guilt-free eating. She is also the author of nine books, six of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Read her PEOPLE.com blog every Monday for slimmed-down celebrity recipes and more. Guacamole is a beautiful thing, isn’t it? The rich avocado flavor, the tangy lime juice, just the right spices … Ahhhh! Now
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Danielle Walker's Layered Chia and Almond Pudding Parfait

You know what always tastes great? Dessert. But you know what doesn’t feel so great? Attempting to squeeze yourself into that itsy-bitsy bikini the night before you enjoy the first beach trip of summer. Of course, you could choose one over the other … but that’s no fun. Instead, why not enjoy both (minus the squeezing part)? Turns out you can have your cake and eat it too — or in this case, a similarly creamy, chocolaty treat that will keep you feeling fuller and satisfied longer. Don’t think it’s possible? Just ask food blogger and cookbook author Danielle Walker, who’s
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Doctors in California Are Prescribing Food as Medicine, and It's Keeping Patients out of Hospitals

  You are probably aware that healthy eating can prevent a lot of illnesses, but it turns out that receiving proper nutrition can actually make the chronically sick healthier too. That's why some Medicaid patients suffering from chronic or life-threatening illnesses are now being prescribed food in addition to medicine. It's part of an effort to increase health and reduce health care costs—and there's some solid evidence that it'll work. The program, spearheaded by the California division of the Food Is Medicine Coalition, uses proper nutrition to reduce the likelihood of hospitalization and costly intensive care for lower-income patients. It's
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 ‘National Eat What You Want Day’ Is One Food Holiday We Plan to Celebrate—Today and Every Day

Food writers know we don’t get to really complain about our jobs. Whether we’re critics, recipe developers, food editors or writers, most of us love what we do, realize we’re lucky, and have worked hard to get here. But there’s one thing that I must admit sticks in our craws: National “food holidays.” These faux holidays, which are largely marketing concoctions, have been lurking in the blogosphere since the mid-oughts, and they’ve gotten even weirder with age. February 22nd is “National Margarita Day,” which unless it coincides with your Cabo vacation is a mighty chilly date to celebrate the awesome
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Nectarine and Greek Yogurt Popsicles

It’s hot. The day has been long. The week has been longer. You’ve been answering emails. Another just came in. Maybe your kids are calling from the other room. Maybe you’ve been hustling since 6 am. Maybe you just want a moment to stop. To relax. A moment to play. Photo: Courtesy of Sonima The humble popsicle—in this case, packed with probiotics from creamy yogurt and swirled with sweet nectarine, honey, olive oil, and cardamom—to the rescue. Even making these easy pops is a playful act. And you can’t help but feel your inner five-year-old jumping up and down whilst
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