Earthy, fiber-rich lentils combine with fennel bulb, carrots, Italian sausage, onion, and garlic for a satisfying antidote to cold weather.
Bright and refreshing this fresh fruit salsa makes a delicious and healthy appetizer snack.
This easy weeknight meal combines salty bacon and fresh spinach in a creamy, simple sauce.
A ready-made puff pastry makes homemade pot pies a cinch.
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.
This simple lentil, rice, and caramelized onion pilaf has many names and is a staple in Middle Eastern cooking.
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.
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.