The days are getting shorter, nights are getting cold, tomatoes and corn are disappearing from farmers' markets....This time of year it's natural to want to hunker down in front of the TV with a plate of greasy, heavy comfort food. But fall doesn't have to be that way: This is peak season for all sorts of wonderful, nutritious produce, including dark, leafy greens, squash, and apples that have never seen the inside of a storage cellar. So take advantage of the fact that it finally feels good to turn on the oven, and try some of our healthy and hearty autumnal recipes.
Go Green to Fight Cancer
Numerous scientific studies indicate that eating cruciferous vegetables -- including kale, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and collard greens -- can block carcinogens. Leafy greens such as spinach and Swiss chard are vitamin-rich and brimming with phytonutrients, including flavonoids and carotenoids, that are linked to a host of health benefits. "Researchers have identified atRead More »from Healthy recipes and tips for the Fall