Check out our family-favorite noodle & grain recipes below!
Whether it's for lunch or dinner, these delicious and easy-to-make recipes are sure to please. All you need is pasta.
Great ideas to keep your kids fully fueled for the day.
Homemade ravioli and sauces from Spoonful.com
Teach your kids this old-fashioned method of making pasta from scratch.
Your kids might very well turn cartwheels when they taste this robust red sauce dish, and smoked turkey sausage adds an appealing meat flavor with less fat than most pork or beef sausages.
You and your kids will love making and eating these ravioli; because it's so easy to make, fresh pasta is a great family cooking project, and it has a wonderfully delicate texture you just can't find in store-bought varieties.
This flavor-packed Japanese meal is a cinch to make when you use chicken cutlets that you've already prepared.
Your kids will love this recipe from chef Andrew Zimmern for Chinese peanut-sesame noodles.
Wave the flag proudly — then feed the troops!
Historically, red beans and rice were served on Mondays, the traditional household wash day. While women tended to the laundry, the dish could slowly cook on the stove.
This recipe comes from the kitchen of Jeanne Lemlin, a James Beard Foundation award winner and author of five vegetarian cookbooks. Her latest title is "Vegetarian Classics" (HarperCollins).
This Italian favorite never fails to delight for dinner.