It's one amazing vegetable, the cauliflower: This brassica packs a potent punch with immunity-boosting vitamin C and nearly 50 percent of daily recommended fiber. What's more, it makes fabulous soup. Whether creamy, cheesy, or chilled, these cauliflower soup recipes will sustain you all winter long.
From the creamy classic and the favorite button-mushroom-meets-barley to luxurious soups with porcini, royal trumpets, oyster, and chanterelle, here are a dozen ways to make room for mushrooms in your soup.
Think tuna is just your average fish? Think again. For starters, the B-12 content and high volume of protein in this popular fish pack a one-two punch in terms of nutritional value. And as far as flavor, prepare to be wowed once you whip up these healthy, wholesome recipes. This is tuna like you've never tasted it before.
Tofu is an extremely versatile ingredient that can be flavored to please anyone. You can even change its texture, and use tofu for everything from salad dressing to "chicken fingers." There are so many unlikely uses for this under-appreciated ingredient. Find out what you can make with tofu here.
Souffles are often made with dark chocolate -- but Martha loves using excellent-quality milk chocolate instead. It gives the dessert a creaminess and flavor that are almost reminiscent of hot chocolate.