Peanut butter-lovers unite! Use any jam (or jelly) of your choice to add a flavorful filling for these fun muffins.
This pizza casserole makes a quick weeknight meal to please the whole family.
A pork loin roast that is coated with a glaze of Dijon mustard, rosemary, shallot, and garlic, allowed to marinate for several hours, then roasted until just cooked through.
A delicious, spicy rice casserole filled with chicken, sausage, and shrimp for Mardi Gras. Add a splash of Tabasco if you like things extra hot.
Want a decadent breakfast for Pancake Tuesday? Let the batter rest for a half an hour, stir in chocolate chips, then top a golden stack of pancakes with caramelized bananas.
Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day is this Tuesday, March 4. Even if this is not an occasion you observe, pancakes are good any time right?
When culinary thoughts turn southward toward Louisiana and Mardi Gras, satisfy hearty appetites with this New Orleans tradition of slow-cooked meat and vegetables served over creamy grits.
The coconut filling is the real star in these breakfast rolls. To take this recipe to the next level add an extra glaze on top, and sprinkle with flaked coconut.
A quick and easy shrimp recipe with a spicy sauce. Served over rice, it's perfect for a weeknight dinner.
Get the sophisticated taste of chocolate and cherries with less effort than a complicated cake. Serve this dessert warm for a gooey center, or cooled for a firmer texture.
Despite cold temperatures, farmers' market enthusiasts are still venturing out to their favorite spots all over the US.
Sometimes a whole lasagna is just too much. Make a smaller portion for a romantic dinner.
The sap is running and maple sugaring season is well under way. Use the season's natural sweetner to create a silky crème brûlée with a caramelized sugar crust.
Use leftover baked potatoes to make spicy and crispy Southwest O'Brien Potatoes.
Short on time and energy to make dinner? Use a few basic ingredients for a tasty winter supper.
A frosted caramel brownie will cheer up frosty evenings.
Broiled eggs and veggies work well for breakfast or lunch. Make a small portion for one or two, or break out the big cast iron for Sunday brunch.
Jazz up a winter weekend with these buttermilk waffles, or break all the rules and serve them for dinner.
Does Valentine's Day feel too sweet for your tastes? Try red velvet cupcakes made with beets. Their natural deep-magenta hue will warm up your mood and sweeten your day naturally.
Surprise your Valentine with a box of homemade chocolate truffles. Be sure to make them a day ahead, so they can set in the refrigerator overnight.