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10 Recipes for Pork Tenderloin

Bacon gets all the love, but this lean and juicy cut is no less worthy. Make one (or more) of these delicious dishes and you’ll never take pork tenderloin for granted again.

13 Refreshing Citrus Recipes

Citrus is often just what you need to give dinner—or dessert—an extra kick of flavor. Try these 13 recipes for chicken, salads, fish, and more.

10 Fresh Fall Salads for the Thanksgiving Table

Sure, Thanksgiving might be mostly about the turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes. But that doesn’t mean that you should skip the greens: they’re a fresh counterpoint to all of the carb-heavy plates. And when you’ve got an exciting salad selection picked out, they won’t feel dutiful. You need something that’s light with interesting texture and color to stand up to all of the other healthy dishes. You also need something with a bit of structure that won’t wilt immediately, especially if you do Thanksgiving family style. Luckily, each of these ten options fits the bill. And, as an added bonus, each one is also make ahead. Take our Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Manchego and Almonds. You can assemble the entire dish the day ahead, and the Brussels won’t brown or turn soggy during the meal. Our Grilled Radicchio Salad with Goat Cheese, Thyme, and Grapes has a smoky component, a tangy component, a salty one, and a sweet one. It’s balanced and complex, and won’t be shoved to the far corner of the dinner table. Several of our other salads have sweet-tart components in them like apples, citrus segments, and pomegranate seeds. Think about it: these flavors are in cranberry sauce, too, and pair exceptionally well with roasted meat. You might just want to add some of these options to your regular weeknight dinner rotation.

6 Creative Ways to Use Pomegranates

Colorful, inspired recipes for autumn's most beautiful fruit.  

Nutella Is Having a Bit of an Identity Crisis

The FDA wants to know if you eat it for breakfast or dessert.

10 Recipe Ideas for Leftover Hard-Boiled Eggs

We’ve all been there. Maybe you hard boiled a dozen eggs on Sunday night, with a plan to eat two for breakfast each morning that week—and you ran out of steam by Wednesday. Or maybe you’d planned on a few egg-salad sandwiches, but alas, the lunch has lots its luster. We’ve got 10 ideas for how you can put leftover hard-boiled eggs to work, for any meal (or snack, for that matter). Of course there’s the classic deviled egg, but we push beyond that with five different preparation ideas. Then there’s the tastiest Cobb salad you’ve ever encountered, and plenty of genius tricks for disguising or otherwise jazzing up the leftovers: One of our recipes involves grating hard-boiled eggs to use as a filling for delicate tea sandwiches; another involves slicing the eggs and layering them over English muffins for delightful miniature pizzas; and don’t miss our deconstructed Niçoise salad, which requires very little prep but boasts lots of protein, a tangy and easy (ahem, bottled) dressing, and plenty of crunch. Perhaps you’re searching for a little bit of inspiration for an egg salad that’s not bland and boring. Read on for three ideas that use curry powder, fresh herbs, and pickle relish to embellish basic sandwiches. Who knows, after clicking through our ideas for leftover hard-boiled eggs, you might be inspired to boil a pot of water and make another batch. Hard-boiled eggs will last in the refrigerator, in their shells in a baggie or sealed storage container, for at least one week.

Golden Grahams Peanut Butter Truffles

These bite-sized treats are a playful riff on the buckeye, which is a decadent peanut butter ball dipped in chocolate. While buckeyes are traditionally smooth and creamy throughout, these truffles have a bit of crunch thanks to the crushed Golden Grahams hidden inside. A dose of cream cheese keeps the peanut butter center from being overly sweet, and because the confections are petite, one bite is all it takes to seriously satisfy a chocolate craving. Dipping half of the treats in dark chocolate and half in white chocolate ensures chocolate-lovers of every type can enjoy the dessert. Milk chocolate would be lovely as well!

Cracklin’ Oat Bran Oatmeal Raisin Skillet Cookie

For many, Cracklin’ Oat Bran is a nostalgic childhood favorite. As a matter of fact, it's such a tasty treat, it deserves to be used for far more than just breakfast. For instance, we found that thanks to underlying notes of cinnamon, vanilla, and nutmeg, the square cereal pairs perfectly with the flavors found in an oatmeal raisin cookie. But instead of tossing pieces into a traditional cookie dough, we came up with a family-sized skillet cookie (topped with vanilla ice cream!), that yields a cookie with a crispy crust and a soft, chewy center, and makes for easy preparation and a fun presentation. The dough is mixed entirely in the skillet, so no dirty dishes, either!

13 Healthy Mexican Recipes      

Eating better doesn’t necessarily mean you need to forgo Mexican food. We’ve made the impossible, possible and gathered great recipes that are low on calories and packed with flavor.