10 recipes for when it’s too hot out to cook

Maybe it’s too hot outside to fire up the skillet, or maybe it’s busy back to school season — either way, there seems to always be a reason not to cook. But don’t fret. Here are a few incredible recipes for when time is at a premium, but taste is still what you crave. No cook dinner recipes: Easy Vegan Spring Rolls A big dose of veggies in your diet goes down easy along with the perfect peanut dipping sauce. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/145241156707084471/ Mediterranean Tuna Lettuce Wraps A simple, no heat recipe perfect for long summer days. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/271201208787853399/ AVOCADO STRAWBERRY SPINACH WRAPS WITH POPPY SEED DRESSING There is nothing not to love about this incredible ingredient combo. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/4574037104887733/ Zucchini Noodles and Veggies Keep it light with these raw zucchini noodles. The vegetable packs tons of hydration so you’ll be sneaking more water into your diet — always a good thing in the heat. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/144115256804496683/…

Baked Crab Rangoons with spicy apricot dipping sauce

If you’ve never had a crab rangoon, or if you’ve only had them fried, prepare for your next great obsession. Rangoon’s, or crab puffs, are typically made up of crab meat, cream cheese, and onions with any number of additions such as carrots, garlic or Worcestershire sauce. They are common appetizers nowadays, appearing on most Thai and Chinese food menus in the U.S. While their history is unclear, cream cheese is essentially nonexistent throughout Southeast Asia, so they are likely neither Thai nor Chinese in origin, and yet just another delicious deep-fried, cheesy American invention. When crab rangoons are on a menu, I’m blindsided. I no longer feel the pangs of culinary adventure. I couldn’t care less about the special entrees or appetizers on the menu that evening. My focus is set on those warm, cheesy, crab bites and what surprise sauce the restaurant might be serving with them. I decided if…

12 Copycat Panera Recipes You’ll Want to Make Right Now

Imitation is the sincerest form of food flattery. And who doesn’t want to eat Panera at home for half the price? From the cinnamon crusted bagels to the fresh Fuji apple, chicken, walnut salad, the bakery and deli chain has tons of craveable recipes worth copying at home. After all, is it even worth eating creamy broccoli cheese soup in a crusty bread bowl unless it’s Panera style? Enjoy your favorite fast food flavors at home. Autumn Squash Soup Bread Macaroni and Cheese BROCCOLI CHEDDAR SOUP RECIPE Chocolate Chip Cookies FUJI APPLE CHICKEN SALAD BACON TURKEY BRAVO SANDWICH Strawberry Poppy Seed Dressing Asian Sesame Chicken Salad CREAMY TOMATO SOUP Vegan Wild Blueberry Scones CINNAMON CRUNCH BAGEL Black Bean Soup

Leftover Hard-boiled Egg Recipes

If you have a few kids, chances are, out of fairness, you were forced to boil and dye more eggs than you knew you could ever consumer. You tell yourself you’ll “take them for lunch” and “make tuna salad”, but just two days in and you’re sick of peeling problems and tired of tuna. If this sounds like a scene from your spring season every year, check out these creative recipes to help you get through an excess of hard-boiled eggs. Next year, you’ll be dying too many on purpose! Smoked Salmon and Egg Canapes Egg Salad Tea Sandwiches English-Muffin Egg Pizzas Portuguese Pizza Boiled Egg, Seared Asparagus & Pickled Onion Sandwich MAYO-FREE AVOCADO EGG SALAD EGG PEPPER FRY RECIPE | EGG PEPPER MASALA Scotch Egg CLASSIC COBB SALAD

16 Ways to Take Smoked Salmon Breakfasts Beyond the Bagel

Smoked salmon is so much more than just scrambled eggs. Nothing elevates breakfast like the addition of smoked salmon. But most home cooks, and even restaurants, stop at what they know — salmon with eggs or atop a cream cheese bagel. Get out of your rut and start experimenting with smoked salmon. Salmon is sophisticated, beautiful (do you see how photogenic these dishes are?), and most importantly, delicious, so you’re sure to impress your family, your guests, and definitely yourself. Here are 16 smoked salmon dishes you could have been cooking for breakfast all along! SMOKED SALMON AND GOAT CHEESE FRITTATA WITH CAPERS AND DILL Cream Cheese Pancakes with Smoked Salmon SMOKED SALMON AND DILL WAFFLES Easy Smoked Salmon Breakfast Wrap SMOKED SALMON ASPARAGUS QUICHE Smoked Salmon Egg Stuffed Avocados COTTAGE CHEESE, KALE AND SMOKED SALMON FRITTATA Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs SMOKED SALMON AND BROCCOLI FRITTATA SMOKED SALMON POTATO CAKES Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict Dill…

Guinness Recipes will Boost Your St. Patrick’s Day Party

Isn’t it time you elevate your annual Irish celebration? Enjoy the goodness of Guinness beyond the basic beer mug or car bomb with these clever recipes. The extra dry, dark stout imparts that instantly recognizable Irish flavor. The beverage works exceptionally well in recipes with meats and chocolate. (If you’ve never tried a Guinness cupcake, you must skip to #7 and get baking right now.) 1.GUINNESS CHOCOLATE PUDDING 2.GUINNESS CHOCOLATE BROWNIES 3.GUINNESS AND IRISH CHEDDAR MACARONI & CHEESE 4.GUINNESS BRAISED SHORT RIBS 5.GUINNESS CHILI 6.CROCK POT GUINNESS CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE 7.Guinness Cupcakes With Bailey’s Frosting 8.Slow cooker Guinness honey pork roast 9.guinness chocolate cheesecake 10.Guinness and Mustard Cheese Dip 11.Slow Cooker Guinness French Dip Sandwiches   12.Guinness Bread 13.Guinness French Onion Soup 14.GUINNESS BEER BATTERED ONION RINGS 15.Chocolate Guinness Whoopie Pies with Bailey’s Buttercream 16.Guinness Popsicles with Irish Cream Soaked Brownies 17.Beef and Guinness Hand Pies 18.Guinness Pancakes…

National Restaurant Association Names Top Trends for 2017

Chorizo, Cholulah, Sriracha. Just a few years ago uttering these names at a restaurant would have got you blank stares in most parts of the county. Now these food items practically make up the under 40 crowd’s daily diet. Food lovers are finicky. What is flavorful and exciting one year can become tiresome and expected the next. Our taste buds have short attention spans and restauranteurs know they have to stay ahead of the game to keep us dining out. So what trends are hot for 2017? Here’s what’s on the menu according to the National Restaurant Association. 1. Poké What’s this sudden poké craze all about? Enjoyed by the Hawaiian puka-shell-wearing, surfing set since the 70s, poke fits with our current love of healthy, customizable foods. In 2016 we learned we were saying it incorrectly (pronounced poke-eh). This year, we’re learning whether we like salmon, tuna, yellowtail or albacore…