Weeknight-quick and one-pan simple, braised chicken thighs and potatoes are brightened with lemon juice and capers.
Do you have a favorite holiday recipe that you make year after year? Here's how you can share it with other Stir It Up! readers in time for the holidays.
Classic tuxedo chili gets a Halloween and Thanksgiving flavor treatment with added pumpkin, turkey, and a finish of cranberry relish.
This bread is fragrantly spiced with just the right amount of sweetness. Try it toasted with a little butter and a sprinkle of salt.
You bought extra Halloween chocolate, right? Because you'll need them for these decadent brownies.
Beef Stroganoff was invented in mid-19th-century Russia and embraced in America in the 1950s. Here, this comfort food favorite gets a welcome update/upgrade.
A classic Southern chess pie meets a sweet potato pie on a buttermilk crust.
These cookies are the perfect size and shape for an afternoon tea. Or, if you are already holiday planning, they would also make a great holiday cookie for a cookie swap.
A simple banana bread recipe is a quick way to make a new kitchen smell like home.
Fried rounds of store-bought polenta are topped with fresh mozzarella, caramelized onions and apricot jam for lunch on a busy Sunday.
Grated ginger amps up the flavor of this prize-winning pumpkin pie.
This one pan bake is so simple a traditional recipe isn't really needed. Sometimes that's the best answer for a weeknight meal.
A Swedish waitress on a gloomy day in London shared some secret tips for making her mother's favorite apple cake.
The Monitor newsroom did a blind taste test of Melania Trump's star-shaped cookies and the Clinton Family's chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. The results were unanimous.
Two favorite flavors of fall combine into one creamy delicious soup topped with savory, buttered chanterelles.
Sauerbraten is a classic German dish. The meat is tangy, with a hint of pickling spice, while the gingersnaps add just the right sweetness and spice to the rich gravy.
A coconut cake with cream cheese frosting that's not too sweet.
The hardest part about making an apple cobbler is peeling the apples. Served with vanilla ice cream it's a winner every time.
This is a quick and easy coffee cake with delicious flavors from in-season apples.