Milk, yogurt, and cheese star in summer dairy recipes.
For your Easter dinner menu planning, consider these recipes. From the Coca-Cola Country Ham recipe, to potato salads, vegetables and pies, these recipes will please the whole family.
Celebrate fresh asparagus this spring with delicious and healthy recipes.
Serve savory sides and snacks for the holidays inspired by a favorite Illinois pork product: ham.
Get to the core of apple recipe ideas, including Traditional Wassail, Golden Apple Oatmeal, Grilled Filled Apples and Apple Dapple Cake.
Enjoy hearty soup at a Southeastern Illinois “chowder,” which, in this region, refers to a social gathering where the dish is made and served.
Celebrate the fall apple harvest with delicious recipes and interesting facts about this all-American fruit.
Many people think popcorn, sweet corn and field corn are on in the same – but they’re not. Learn more about popcorn in celebration of National Popcorn Poppin’ Month in October. These recipes include Espresso Popcorn, Sweet and Hot Popcorn, Caramel Almond Popcorn Clusters, and Cranberry-Orange Caramel Popcorn.
Potato salads, deviled eggs, baked beans and more recipes perfect for your next potluck or family reunion.
Take advantage of the season’s bounty of green, red and orange fruits and vegetables, and you’ll realize benefits beyond simple and fast preparation.
Our tailgating recipes – including apple-themed variations on pizza, baked beans and fall-themed salad – win with great taste and good health.
Indulge in the fresh tastes of the garden with delicious salads like Napa Cabbage Salad, Zucchini, Corn and Tomato Salad, Mediterranean Orzo Salad, and Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette.
Celebrate this fall-harvested fruit with flavorful recipes for Pear Cranberry Chutney, Arugula and Pear Salad With Pine-Nut Crusted Goat Cheese, French Green Bean Salad With Pears and Parmesan, and Caramelized Pear Tarts.
August is National Peach Month. Celebrate with some vine-ripened facts, baking tips and our favorite peach recipes including Peach-Blackberry Short Cakes, Iced Summer Peaches, Peach Parfait and Bourbon-Peach BBQ Pork Chops
Whether on the stove top, in the oven or over a fire, cooking with cast iron is a farm house tradition with a delicious list of recipes. Classic Fried Catfish, Buffalo Chicken Dip, Broccoli Cheese Cornbread and Harvest Pork Chops are just some of these great dishes.
There are few things more delicious — and more deep fried — than food at state fairs. Here are some of our favorite fair-inspired recipes.
Our breakfast for dinner recipes include breakfast pizza, oven-roasted tomatoes and maple brown sugar bacon.
July is National Blueberry Month because it is the peak of the harvest season. Enjoy this summer berry with these deliciously sweet recipes including Blueberry Buckle Coffee Cake, Blueberry Dump Cake, Fruit Tarts, Panna Cotta, Fresh Berry Pie, Blueberry Swirl Ice Pops and Blueberry Ice Cream
Our dietitian-approved summer cookout and picnic recipes highlight Indiana favorites such as sweet corn and watermelon.
Grab that red and white checkered blanket and head outside. We’ve got a collection of flavorful recipes to fill your picnic basket and satisfy your appetite. From Salmon Caesar Wraps and Toasted Turkey and Brie Sandwiches to Easy Salt Pickles, Watermelon Tomato Salad and a delicious Summer Slaw.
Discover recipes that use those farmers’ market finds, including squash, cucumbers and other summer produce.
Enjoy the freshness of your local farmers’ fare with a few of these surprisingly easy treats. Recipes include Eggplant, Mozzarella and Pest Gratins, stuffed peppers, gazpacho and a zucchini and corn salad.
Everyone loves a country breakfast, but we’ve found some breakfast recipes packed with flavor, not fat. These recipes include Breakfast Strata with Spinach and Swiss Cheese, Low-Fat Hashbrown Casserole and Slow-Cooked Scrambled Egg Beaters.
Looking for a dinner idea that your entire family will enjoy? These recipes compliment that chicken, pork and steak you’ve got sitting in your refrigerator just waiting to be cooked. These recipes include Glazed Pork Medallions with Asparagus, Grilled Thai Beef Burgers, Ginger-Soy Flank Steak, Mushroom and Beef Kabobs, Cilantro Lime Chicken and Ribbon Meat Loaf.
Settle in for some serious hoops with these easy snacks. These recipes include Buffalo Chicken Dip, Oven-Baked Mini Reubens, Crab Dip and Double Chocolate Nut Clusters.
Our recipes for Almond Shortbread Thumbprint Cookies, Oven Baked Apple Walnut Pancakes and Chocolate Fruit and Nut Clusters are fun to make and nutritious too.
Even when the holidays are over, your fridge may still be filled with the remainder of that huge turkey. But your delicious holiday leftovers do not have to go to waste; in fact, you can create fun, tasty dishes that are a far cry from a simple sandwich.
Winter recipes from casseroles to soups invite home cooks to cozy up with a warm meal.
Whether preparing a turkey for Thanksgiving or a ham for dinner any night of the week, these marinades and glazes are sure to add flavor and moisture to your favorite meats. For ham try the Bourbon Ham Glaze, Honey-Apricot Glaze or Horseradish Glaze. And for turkey the Marinade Mama Mia is bursting with flavors.