Get the facts on selection, storage, prep and nutrition for our Lemon Basil Potato Salad with Bacon recipe.
Discover smart selection, storage and prep tips for Triple Citrus Rosemary Almond Shortbread Bars.
Use the flavor of fresh herbs to enhance summer recipes.
Learn smart selection, storage and nutrition information before making Parsley Mint Pesto.
Try one of these amped up deviled eggs recipes, like avocado lime, chipotle bacon and creamy three-onion.
Get the nutrition facts on Creamy Three-Onion Deviled Eggs.
Welcome spring with our seasonal recipe roundup featuring fresh strawberries.
Learn the nutritional benefits in Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs.
Get the recipes for Angel Food Cake and Easy Quiche, submitted by Indiana egg farmers.
Discover the nutrition facts for Chipotle Bacon Deviled Eggs.
Make your slow cooker recipes even tastier with these easy, helpful tips.
Scoop up good health with these nutritious and pleasing dip recipes, which include Hot Wings Hummus, Smoked Salmon Dip and Warm Turnip Greens and Bacon Dip.
Deck your table with delicious holiday recipes this season.
Now that we’ve offered up some of our favorite fall recipes for whole grain salads, here’s a quick guide to picking out grains – quinoa, barley and brown rice – at the grocery store.
Try a new twist on salad with healthy brown rice instead of lettuce in this filling fall dish that features in-season pears, walnuts and gorgonzola cheese.
This barley dish is the newest fall comfort food with flavors like cranberry, curry and garlic.
Have you ever wondered which grains are really considered whole? Are you baffled about gluten and whether you should avoid it?
Give hearty fall flavor to a popular new grain – quinoa – with apples, sweet potatoes and cinnamon.
Celebrate the fall apple harvest with delicious recipes and interesting facts about this all-American fruit.
Fresh, juicy Indiana melons ripen in mid-summer. Here are some recipes utilizing cantaloupes, honeydew and watermelons as ingredients.
This creamy cold cucumber soup uses avocado, as well as mint, parsley, yogurt and buttermilk, to make a refreshing green summer soup that requires no cooking.
Create simple, no-cooking-required summer soups filled with Indiana favorites like corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and watermelon. Recipes include Southwestern Corn Chowder, Cucumber Avocado Soup and Watermelon Gazpacho.
Juicy watermelon combines with garden herbs, bell peppers and cucumbers to create this summer soup that requires no cooking.
This no-cook summer corn chowder is a slightly chunky, grainy-textured soup due to the corn. If you like creamed corn, it’ll remind you of that.
Our nutritionist offers fresh takes on spring flavors with these recipes: Green Pea Soup with Fresh Mint, Spinach-Arugula-Walnut Pesto over Whole-Wheat Penne, and Fresh Strawberry Muffins.
Fresh strawberries star in these easy, half-whole-grain muffins. They’re perfect for Mother’s Day breakfast in bed, weekend brunches or any special breakfast or snack.
Green soup that’s good for your heart! Peas are loaded with cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber, and the onions, garlic, carrots and celery all contain powerful disease-fighting nutrients.
Combine in-season baby spinach leaves with peppery arugula and walnuts for an earthy, less oily version of pesto.
Find smart selection, storage and preparation tips as well as nutritional benefits of our recipe for Macaroni and Cheese with Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomatoes.
Garlic cloves add great flavor to leg of lamb or rack of lamb in this recipe provided by Indiana farmers who raise lamb.
Stay warm, healthy and happy this winter with all your favorite comfort foods, including healthy versions of macaroni and cheese, cornbread, and turkey or chicken pot pie.
Find smart selection, storage and prep tips as well as nutritional benefits for our Homestyle Turkey or Chicken Pot Pie Soup recipe.
Find smart selection, storage and prep tips as well as nutritional benefits for our Whole Grain Jalapeño Cornbread recipe.
Many people think popcorn, sweet corn and field corn are on in the same – but they’re not. Learn more about popcorn in celebration of National Popcorn Poppin’ Month in October. These recipes include Espresso Popcorn, Sweet and Hot Popcorn, Caramel Almond Popcorn Clusters, and Cranberry-Orange Caramel Popcorn.
Whether you’re sticking it on a skewer, a bun, on a plate of pasta, or cooking it on a plank, these flavorful seafood recipes make for a perfect summer dinner. Try your hand at plank cooking with Cedar-Plank Roasted Salmon, substitute that hamburger with a grilled thai tuna patty, and enjoy your delicious shrimp glazed or tossed with pasta.
Whether preparing for a summer cookout or having friends over for the big game, these dips and salsas are great for big groups — or delicious enough to enjoy on your own. These dips and salsa recipes include Zesty Corn and Black Bean Salsa, Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip, Crab Dip, Spicy Summer Salsa, Baked Pumpkin Cheese Dip and Eggplant and Bell Pepper Dip.
Indulge in the fresh tastes of the garden with delicious salads like Napa Cabbage Salad, Zucchini, Corn and Tomato Salad, Mediterranean Orzo Salad, and Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette.
Whether on the stove top, in the oven or over a fire, cooking with cast iron is a farm house tradition with a delicious list of recipes. Classic Fried Catfish, Buffalo Chicken Dip, Broccoli Cheese Cornbread and Harvest Pork Chops are just some of these great dishes.
Think outside of the pie plate with this nutrient-rich cucurbit. Our recipes include Henrietta’s Pumpkin Bread, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins, Pumpkin Pancakes and Nancy’s Best Ever Pumpkin Bars.
Celebrate this fall-harvested fruit with flavorful recipes for Pear Cranberry Chutney, Arugula and Pear Salad With Pine-Nut Crusted Goat Cheese, French Green Bean Salad With Pears and Parmesan, and Caramelized Pear Tarts.
Our tailgating recipes – including apple-themed variations on pizza, baked beans and fall-themed salad – win with great taste and good health.
Maple Leaf Farms shared their recipe for Maple-Glazed Duck with Gingered Cranberry Pear Chutney, showing how simple it is to craft a restaurant-worthy duck entree in your home kitchen.
There are few things more delicious — and more deep fried — than food at state fairs. Here are some of our favorite fair-inspired recipes.
August is National Peach Month. Celebrate with some vine-ripened facts, baking tips and our favorite peach recipes including Peach-Blackberry Short Cakes, Iced Summer Peaches, Peach Parfait and Bourbon-Peach BBQ Pork Chops
Pull out this clip-and-cook meal of Parmesan-crusted chicken breasts, green bean bundles and lemon-thyme rice pilaf for a speedy weeknight dinner.
July is National Blueberry Month because it is the peak of the harvest season. Enjoy this summer berry with these deliciously sweet recipes including Blueberry Buckle Coffee Cake, Blueberry Dump Cake, Fruit Tarts, Panna Cotta, Fresh Berry Pie, Blueberry Swirl Ice Pops and Blueberry Ice Cream
Potato salads, deviled eggs, baked beans and more recipes perfect for your next potluck or family reunion.
Grilled fruit can be a tasty side dish or dessert – from grilled pineapple on your burger to grilled banana s’mores. Our nutritionist offers several suggestions.
No meat? No problem! Here are some of our favorite vegetarian-friendly dinner ideas that are sure to satisfy even the biggest appetites. These recipes include Mediterranean Spinach Quiche, Baked Stuffed Acorn Squash, Stuffed Peppers, Eggplant, Mozzarella and Pesto Gratins and Farmers Market Stir-Fry.
Grab that red and white checkered blanket and head outside. We’ve got a collection of flavorful recipes to fill your picnic basket and satisfy your appetite. From Salmon Caesar Wraps and Toasted Turkey and Brie Sandwiches to Easy Salt Pickles, Watermelon Tomato Salad and a delicious Summer Slaw.
Our dietitian-approved summer cookout and picnic recipes highlight Indiana favorites such as sweet corn and watermelon.
Learn how to grill any kind of summer vegetable, including fresh carrots, corn in the husk, asparagus, kabobs and other fresh produce.
’Tis the season for juicy red tomatoes straight from the vine, homegrown squash and zucchini, and all those other mouth-watering fresh veggies and fruits your green thumb – or your neighborhood farmers’ market – provides.
Add a little originality to Mother’s Day by trying your hand at something homemade. Even if concocting something special in the kitchen isn’t exactly your style, we’ve got a few easy recipes on hand to make the process go smoothly.
Enjoy the freshness of your local farmers’ fare with a few of these surprisingly easy treats. Recipes include Eggplant, Mozzarella and Pest Gratins, stuffed peppers, gazpacho and a zucchini and corn salad.
Everyone loves a country breakfast, but we’ve found some breakfast recipes packed with flavor, not fat. These recipes include Breakfast Strata with Spinach and Swiss Cheese, Low-Fat Hashbrown Casserole and Slow-Cooked Scrambled Egg Beaters.
Looking for a dinner idea that your entire family will enjoy? These recipes compliment that chicken, pork and steak you’ve got sitting in your refrigerator just waiting to be cooked. These recipes include Glazed Pork Medallions with Asparagus, Grilled Thai Beef Burgers, Ginger-Soy Flank Steak, Mushroom and Beef Kabobs, Cilantro Lime Chicken and Ribbon Meat Loaf.
Settle in for some serious hoops with these easy snacks. These recipes include Buffalo Chicken Dip, Oven-Baked Mini Reubens, Crab Dip and Double Chocolate Nut Clusters.
Our breakfast for dinner recipes include breakfast pizza, oven-roasted tomatoes and maple brown sugar bacon.
Bell Aquaculture executive director Norman McCowan says the odd-sounding Blueberry Perch Breakfast Bake is his favorite way to eat yellow perch.
Brunch. What other meal offers such diversity with both breakfast and lunch foods, vegetable and fruit salads and decadent desserts?
Tasty homemade treats make thoughtful, inexpensive presents. These recipes for food gifts include biscotti, granola, spiced nut mix and Rolo pretzels.
Even when the holidays are over, your fridge may still be filled with the remainder of that huge turkey. But your delicious holiday leftovers do not have to go to waste; in fact, you can create fun, tasty dishes that are a far cry from a simple sandwich.
Simple recipe for Indiana’s state pie, Sugar Cream Pie, calls for heavy cream, both brown and white sugar, flour, milk and vanilla.
Our recipes for Almond Shortbread Thumbprint Cookies, Oven Baked Apple Walnut Pancakes and Chocolate Fruit and Nut Clusters are fun to make and nutritious too.
Winter recipes from casseroles to soups invite home cooks to cozy up with a warm meal. Our winter recipe collection spans the culinary spectrum from breakfast to dinner, from hearty soups and stews to favorite side dishes.
Who knows a better recipe for pumpkin pie than someone who grows them? Diana Armand of Harper Valley Farms offers her mother’s recipe for the fall classic.
Take advantage of the season’s bounty of green, red and orange fruits and vegetables, and you’ll realize benefits beyond simple and fast preparation.
From Black Walnut Cake to Soda Cracker Fudge, these sweets hit the spot.