By. John Fenstar
Lemon, anchovies, and herbs are what make green goddess dressing taste good.
We use those flavors as the basis for a bright and colorful pasta sauce. You can mix herbs based on what you have on hand.
Even though it's not traditional, these protein-packed brown rice bowls are based on Korean bibimbap.
They have sliced vegetables, sweet and spicy ground beef, and a fried egg on top.
Adding tart cherry juice concentrate to this quick salad, along with foods that help fight inflammation like beets and walnuts, makes it taste better and feels better.
It saves time and mess to buy cooked beets already prepared. You can find them in the produce area, near the potatoes and other cooked vegetables.
This quick and easy green pasta is a great way to get those veggies in.
When cooked, a lot of kale and spinach turn into a bright green sauce that tastes like pesto when mixed with basil, pine nuts, and Parmesan cheese.
These tilapia fish tacos are quick and easy to make. They are soft and taste like they came from the beach.
Tostadas made of corn or flour work well here. We really like the mild taste of tilapia, but you can use any white, crispy fish instead, like cod or haddock.