Earthy, fiber-rich lentils combine with fennel bulb, carrots, Italian sausage, onion, and garlic for a satisfying antidote to cold weather.
A cheesy one-dish casserole with salty ham is perfect for a weeknight dinner on a frosty evening.
The origin of this dish is heavily disputed. According to legend, a customer ordered chicken tikka in an Indian restaurant in Scotland and sent it back, complaining it was too dry. The Bangladeshi chef improvised with ingredients on hand: a can of Campbell’s tomato soup, yogurt, cream, and spices.
A roux base gives this chicken noodle soup a creamy and flavorful base.
Sheet cakes are a classic no-fuss dessert. This one swirls together chocolate and vanilla cake batter into an eye-pleasing pattern.
This simple lemon cake is best eaten warm and brushed with a lemony soaking syrup.
Ground coffee, whole cumin seeds, chili powder and cinnamon create an easy, amazing spice rub for pan-seared lamb chops
The combination of cheeses in this one-pot pasta dish creates the perfect balance of tangy, creamy, and salty.
A base of three different kinds of beans gives this vegetarian chili a 'meaty' texture.
Collard greens and black-eyed peas served on New Year's Day are a Southern tradition believed to bring good fortune for the coming year.
These not-too-sweet cranberry muffins are packed with breakfast-boosting rolled oats and yogurt.
Fresh black-eyed peas, green beans, and cherry tomatoes combine with thyme and bacon to make this one-skillet meal complex, layered, and delicious.
Challah, a traditional Jewish braided bread, can be flavored in many ways, from simple to savory to sweet. Here, semi-sweet chocolate and brown sugar create an almost dessertlike loaf.
When the darkest days of the year descend, go darker with these chocolate-y bars.
Fresh spinach gives this classic quiche a bigger flavor than frozen – and a frozen crust simplifies preparation.
These ginger molasses cookies celebrate the Yuletide flavors of the season.
These are that kind of Christmas cookie that fill your house with that lovely, spicy holiday smell. The bars are dense and chewy, so cut them into small squares.
These easy toffee cookie bars will easily feed the crowd at your holiday party.
This cream cheese spread made salty with briny capers can be served with sliced pretzel bread or rye melba toast.