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A daily dose of dark chocolate may be just what the doctor ordered. Get healthy with this delicious recipe. Read More
This simple-to-prepare dip inviSpice up this dip with a dash of cayenne, black pepper, or cumin. Or mix in chopped black olives or capers. Read More
Arame is a sea vegetable high in iron, calcium, and fiber. Read More
The omega-3 fatty acids salmon contains affect energy levels indirectly by improving brain function and reducing inflammation. Read More
Daikon is a mild-flavored, very large, white radish. Read More
Every taste of this devilish dessert starts refreshingly sweet and cool--and ends with a spark of habanero heat. To quell the flames, try another frosty spoonful! For a milder version, reduce the chili content by half. Read More
Look for spring roll wrappers in the Asian food section of large supermarkets or in Asian markets. Be sure to wear plastic gloves while working with the chilies to avoid a burning sensation in your fingertips that can last for hours after contact. Read More
A classic salmon fillet made more satisfying with a tasty crust crafted from Japanese-style breadcrumbs called panko, and infused with the subtle heat of Anaheim chilies. Read More
This rich, relatively mild stew is a great introduction for the chili-shy. To turn it into a moist, hearty pilaf, double the barley to 2 cups; when the mixture comes to a boil, cover and bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes or until the liquid is absorbed, stirring once. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving. Read More