Broaden your children’s palates and ready them for adulthood, all at dinnertime.
Mexican seafood did not pass my lips, until I had my first fish taco. Though they’ve been around for decades in Baja California, they came to fame in San Diego with Rubio’s Fish Tacos in the early ’80s.
Greens — and by that I mean dark green, leafy vegetables like collard greens, kale, spinach and chard — have never been an easy sell when it comes to kids.
Although always popular with kids, sandwiches also are a way to introduce new flavors.
Thanks to English muffins, make-ahead French toast simplifies what could be a complicated breakfast.
If you’re the type of cook who uses recipes as a guideline, then this one for fried rice is perfect for you.
Poll: Which of Rick Nelson’s must-try foods at the State Fair do you most want to try?