Quick Kid-Friendly Dinner Recipes the Entire Family Will Love

The definition of “kid-friendly” certainly varies from child to child, but there are a few common threads you’ll find among recipes that appeal to families. First, they’re easy for parents to throw together, and, in some cases, for kids to help out with preparing. They often draw on familiar ingredients—like pasta—and Criminal Defense Attorney in Chicago favor simple preparations in favor of complex sauces or lots of spices. And they’re usually customizable with elements that can easily be left out or swapped in, whether it’s omitting the fresh basil garnish or using familiar American cheese in lieu of sharper Gruyère.

The recipes in this collection feature something for everyone: They’re accessible for finicky eaters, but hardly boring or bland. Yes, there’s pasta (spaghetti with a speedy tomato sauce, penne with broccoli, gnocchi with peas, and a no-fail mac ‘n’ cheese)—but there’s also lots more, including dishes from some tried and

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The Best Salmon Recipes | Martha Stewart

Its rich flavor, beautiful red-orange flesh, and high levels of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, are just some of the reasons why salmon is the most popular fish in the U.S. Wild-caught salmon is the best-tasting and most environmentally friendly choice. We’re fans of Alaskan salmon, which is wild-caught then flash frozen and widely available in grocery stores and at fish markets. When you see fresh, not frozen, wild salmon for sale, it is usually fish that has been thawed.

Salmon is super simple to cook and so versatile, as you’ll see from this collection of recipes. You can use it in everything from hearty chowders to homemade sushi, and when either is made with baked—not raw fish—either is a family-friendly recipe that can be easily added to your weeknight dinner rotation. Our Roasted Salmon and Spring Onions with Mint-Caper Pesto, pictured here, is an impressive, delicious place

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Grilling Recipes: A Collection of Fast Grilling Recipes and Low and Slow Grilling Recipes

Summer is here, and your grill is raring to go. The only question is how fast you need to get food on the table. Our new recipes suit any speed, whether you’ve got seriously hungry folks on your hands and just a short amount of time in which to cook, or if you have plenty of time to tuck into a book while slow-cooking something delicious for dinner later—maybe even much later. Pick a lane, and rest assured: Where there’s a grill, there’s a way.

If you’re in a rush to eat, or those you’re feeding are, our fiery and fast recipes are just the meal ticket you need. Not sure what to make? How about our latest turkey burger that’s on the table in 45 minutes? The mild meat is amped up with garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame oil and then we indulge in the Polynesian pairing of

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One-Pot Meals That Are Perfect for Summer Dinners

Summer often means grilled dinners, and while there’s nothing wrong with that, it’s worth noting that the one-pan meals meal we love—made on one sheet-pan, in one skillet, a saucepan, or in a Dutch oven—are good options for seasonal meals, too. The one-pan dinners we turn to in warm weather are different than the baked casseroles or hearty stews that are our go-tos in fall and winter.

After Memorial Day (or before!) we still love the ease of doing all the cooking in one pan for the evening meal—and who doesn’t love fewer pans for cleanup? But we change up what we’re making when the days are long and hot: Meals are lighter and brighter, still filling and nutritious but starring plenty of summer produce. And we’re not telling you to put away the grill, either. We use the grill (or a griddle pan) as our one “pan” in a

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