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STOVE TOP Spinach Balls – Your holiday guests won’t be able to stop talking about these spinach ball appetizers. With chopped spinach, mushrooms, and Parmesan cheese, you’ll be asked to make these for every event—ready for serving to your family and friends in just 35 minutes

STOVE TOP Spinach Balls – Your holiday guests won’t be able to stop talking about these spinach ball appetizers. With chopped spinach, mushrooms, and Parmesan cheese, you’ll be asked to make these for every event—ready for serving to your family and friends in just 35 minutes

Stir-Fried Rice with Fried Egg and Broccoli recipe: This is the kind of healthy, satisfying food that we all wish would simply materialize at home for dinner. But making it in parts is easier than you might think!

Stir-Fried Rice with Fried Egg and Broccoli recipe: This is the kind of healthy, satisfying food that we all wish would simply materialize at home for dinner. But making it in parts is easier than you might think!

Bright and briny flavors are at the center of this single-pan dish. Chicken thighs are seared until browned, then simmered with capers, olives, onion, veggie stock, and lemon. Once the chicken is finished in the oven, spinach, grape tomatoes, and artichoke hearts cook in its warm broth. This colorful Mediterranean mix becomes a nutrient-rich base for the crispy thighs, making a light but filling summer dinner. Get the recipe at greenchef.com

Bright and briny flavors are at the center of this single-pan dish. Chicken thighs are seared until browned, then simmered with capers, olives, onion, veggie stock, and lemon. Once the chicken is finished in the oven, spinach, grape tomatoes, and artichoke hearts cook in its warm broth. This colorful Mediterranean mix becomes a nutrient-rich base for the crispy thighs, making a light but filling summer dinner. Get the recipe at greenchef.com

Crispy, salty, creamy, and full of protein (really!), these chickpeas should be a staple in your kitchen.

Crispy, salty, creamy, and full of protein (really!), these chickpeas should be a staple in your kitchen.

NYT Cooking: This wonderful recipe from Jamie Oliver is hearty and uncomplicated with a surprising pop of flavor thanks to the addition of rosemary and orange zest. Mr. Oliver prepares his in a pressure cooker, but if you don't have one, it can be cooked in a covered Dutch oven on the stove over low heat, or in a 275 degree oven, for about 3 hours. Stir occasionally.

NYT Cooking: This wonderful recipe from Jamie Oliver is hearty and uncomplicated with a surprising pop of flavor thanks to the addition of rosemary and orange zest. Mr. Oliver prepares his in a pressure cooker, but if you don't have one, it can be cooked in a covered Dutch oven on the stove over low heat, or in a 275 degree oven, for about 3 hours. Stir occasionally.

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