Eat In, Live Longer? Cooking Every Night Is Sounding Better
Tilapia Fish Tacos with Tomatillo Salsa VerdeBroiled tilapia, cabbage slaw, and salsa verde make these fish tacos a scrumptious summer dish.
Grilled Flour Tortillas with Goat Cheese, Peruvian Olives, and Roasted Red and Yellow PeppersThis hearty sandwich offers a tasty meatless treat for lunch or dinner.
Vegetarian PizzaWhole-wheat bagels and a more portion-friendly size make mini pizzas a healthier alternative to delivery deep dish.
Quick Parsley and Pine Nut Pasta SauceJazz up your next pasta night with pine nuts. These oblong kernels deliver a dose of vitamin E, while parsley gives the dish a fresh, earthy edge.
Cafe BenedictThis Benedict recipe has heart-healthy avocado and protein-packed eggs for a filling Sunday brunch or a midweek meal.
Trash the takeout tonight. A new study in Public Health Nutrition shows that eating in can lead to a longer life. Researchers found that among elderly Taiwanese people, those who cooked more than 5 times a week were 47 percent more likely to be alive after 10 years than those who ate out more often.
For a healthier lifestyle, check out these recipes for delicious dining ideas — all ready in 15 minutes or less.