What’s for dinner?
Take two minutes out of your day to learn something new and be inspired to answer the most important question you face every day, “What’s for dinner?”!
Listen to Chef Sandra Lewis’ “A Savory Moment” for kitchen tips and tricks, fun stories, interesting food facts, and recipes.
Fill up here to fuel your journey as you engage in the most important activity in life – cooking, and more importantly, sharing the table with family and friends.
Research shows that people who cook and spend time at the table are healthier and happier at home and work.
Cook for health. Share the table for community.
These fabulously tasty and fun Vietnamese Summer Rolls with Peanut Sauce are perfect for weeknight cooking. Customize each roll to your heart’s desire.read more
Fill up on color: Eat the rainbow. Fill your body with the health benefits of phytonutrients when you fill your plate with colorful fruits and vegetables.read more
Whip up this simple and delicious homemande oats and honey bar with just a handful of ingredients, in no time. Enjoy the flavor and health magic of oats.read more
Once considered only worthy for animal consumption, eat oats for a power punch of nutrition. It’s time to embrace this simple grain.read more
This is an easy homemade buttermilk pancake recipe. Super simple, enjoy them for breakfast or on a weeknight when you want breakfast for dinner.read more
Reclaim your kitchen and dining room – the two most valuable spaces in your home – by taking the “What’s for dinner?” pledge.read more
Try this simple, fresh tasting homemade ricotta cheese recipe and connect to the people and places who gave us this cheese all those years ago.read more
Buy food not product. With product, you get additives you don’t need in your body and paying a manufacturer for the convenience of putting them there.read more
Use the “language” of thyme to make your friends and family happy with this delicious Roasted Pork Tenderloin with a Brandy, Mushroom, Thyme Cream Sauce.read more
With working parents and changing roles within the household, it’s time to rethink the division of work at meal time. It’s “All Hands On Deck!”read more