Here's the trick to preparing a week's worth of salad lunches in very little time: use your food processor.
A simple meal in a bowl with crunchy roasted hazelnuts and creamy dressing made from Greek yogurt.
The cinnamon, ground ginger, and chili in these molten chocolate cakes will spice up your National Chocolate Cake Day.
This soup packs protein and flavor with fennel bulb, onion, celery, carrots, garlic, chicken, cannellini beans, pasta, and lemon.
Once you've figured out the ratio for making a good vinaigrette, you'll never need to buy salad dressing again.
Up your game for your next party by adding candied bacon to a batch of chocolate chip cookies.
The secret to this flavorful pot of homemade soup is to add the rinds of Parmesan cheese blocks to the tomato broth as it simmers.
Coleslaw gets a lively makeover with giardiniera and bacon, plus some surprises, including olive brine.
A simple cake that retains its moist crumb for several days and sparkles with a festive topping of candied citrus.
A good pound cake has been a part of the recipe repertoire of home cooks since Amelia Simmon's first American cookbook was published in 1796.
Buttermilk chicken gets an Asian makeover with this marinade that's packed with Indian spices.
Try this delicious open-faced version of the French classic ham and melted cheese sandwich.
A simple basted egg on a tortilla with a side of sliced avocado will jump-start your morning the right way.
Habitant pea soup, once thought to have warmed European explorers, hails from Canada. This slow-cooker version is a perfect supper for a frosty night.