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Roasted Red Pepper Hummus - Sure, you can pick some up at the market, but it is so insanely easy to make (not to mention tastes great) that there's no reason not to make it from scratch. Basically, you dump it all into the food processor and give it a whirl! Step-by-step photos!
A Simple Homey, Coconut-y Red Lentil Dal
How to make dal with coconut and curry leaves, a traditional Indian lentil recipe perfect for New Year's resolutions and weeknight dinners all year.
Red Beans and Rice...Cajun Comfort Food!
Red beans and rice is not a dish people in Kentucky grow up eating, unless they have parents from the deep south (Louisiana/Mississippi region). We do eat a lot of beans in Kentucky, but mostly pintos or white beans, like navy or great northern. For me, my introduction to red beans came early, because my father has family in Mississippi and we visited there on family vacations sometimes. I remember my Aunt Tootsie (yes, I did say Tootsie...lol) saying she was going to have to "fix us red…
Crock Pot Cranberry BBQ Chicken
This is one of our all time favorite crockpot chicken recipes. It is so easy and always turns out perfect for sandwiches, meat served as the main course, chicken nachos and more. I make this when company is coming over, too! If you need an easy chicken recipe this is it!
Eating By Color: Red
Try to eat various colored food throughout the day. Each color contains different nutrients which are important to maintain a healthy diet. We told you all about the importance of eating orange-colored foods. February is Valentine’s Day and Heart Health month, so red seemed like the perfect color to cover.
Chefs' Comfort Food Cook-Off
We asked 10 of the South’s most celebrated chefs to share their inspired takes on down-home classics from meatloaf to mac and cheese. Who really brought home the bacon? Who showed the most grit? Try these recipes and decide for yourself.