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Tara Bench, former food editor at Martha Stewart Living, is the author of “Live Life Deliciously.” Her recipes and philosophy remind us that cooking needn’t be time-consuming or complicated. In fact, her recipes are enticing and approachable.

These carrots are simple to make but pack tons of flavor. All you need is a stove top and five easy ingredients (plus salt and pepper), and you have yourself a delicious side dish for any holiday meal.

Salmon is one of my family’s favorite weeknight proteins — it’s fast to cook and always comes out flavorful. So, when I learned I could pop salmon fillets into my air fryer and they’d cook even faster with even more flavor, I just had to try it.

Here’s a quick bread that doesn’t rely upon yeast to rise. In this recipe, baking powder and baking soda act as the leavening agent. No rising or kneading required. Just a quick mix of ingredients and pop it in the oven.

Retro dinners are making a comeback. That’s because so many of them were quick, easy and tasted great. While some recipes will never make it to our tables again (We’re looking at you Tuna Salad mixed with Lime Jell-O), others fell out of favor but are coming back in a big way, just reimagine…

Ditch the baking dish and make this easy skillet broccoli, cheese and rice casserole. Cooking the casserole in a skillet keeps the flavors and textures fresh — no mushy, sad broccoli! Serve this easy side with baked chicken for a family-pleasing healthy dinner that’s ready in just 30 minutes.

This pumpkin curry bisque is made with ingredients you likely already have at your house. No special stop at the grocery store required, just get right to cooking and this soup will be ready in 20 minutes.

Butter-bath cooking originated in the Midwest with sweet summer corn, but that doesn’t mean we can’t carry it into the fall and winter with other seasonal vegetables. Case in point: sweet potatoes.

Have you ever had a pizza roll? It’s everything you love about a piping-hot slice, rolled up into a pinwheel and devoured in one or two bites. They’re often made for kids or as a snack, but we love them so much we wanted a dinner-worthy version, which is where these warm and gooey caprese ro…

Tortellini always feels a bit fancy, despite being fairly cheap and easy to prepare. A package of the frozen stuff can be stored for months in the freezer and will still taste great. The little stuffed pastas can be used a ton of different ways too, especially if you’re looking to create hea…

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