After recovering from turkey leftovers, a bowl of spicy tomato soup will hit the spot.
For your Thanksgiving guests who do not eat meat, or simply do not like turkey, delicata stuffed squash makes a hearty entree for the holiday table.
Slow-cooked pork simmered with onion, garlic, carrot, and cranberries.
Weeknight-quick and one-pan simple, braised chicken thighs and potatoes are brightened with lemon juice and capers.
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.
This one pan bake is so simple a traditional recipe isn't really needed. Sometimes that's the best answer for a weeknight meal.
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.
Sweet Hungarian paprika, garlic, cayenne pepper, sumac, diced tomatoes with green chilies and just a bit of lamb make Turkish-style red lentil soup with chard a lively, healthy, robust meal in a bowl.
Quick dinner recipes don't have to compromise on flavor. With the brightness of fennel and the rich pork sausage, this recipe offers both ease of preparation and complex flavors.
This hearty vegetarian stew makes good use of late season tomatoes and eggplants from the garden.
Chicken thighs are seared, then pan roasted with apples, capers, shallots, and rosemary for a meal that tastes like autumn.
With a bounty of harvest vegetables, it's easy to pull together a thrifty ratatouille meal.
Keep quesadillas on hand as a kitchen staple and you'll never be left wondering what to whip up fast again.
Fresh with spinach and herbs, hearty with pasta and chicken, rich with tomatoes and cheesy with mozzarella, this is a great, lighter make-ahead meal.
Cantonese-inspired, turkey zucchini stir fry is weeknight quick and a delicious way to take advantage of your garden’s (or farmers market’s) sudden zucchini bounty.
A quick marinade of fresh basil, garlic and olive oil gives pan-grilled pork chops classic Italian flavor.
This versatile dish makes a great main dish with a green salad, or as a side dish to grilled meats, and it works for brunch or dinner, too.
Heat is optional, big flavor isn’t, when sweet, savory and a host of spices get together in pork chops with balsamic peaches.
A simple and healthy chicken dinner made in only 30 minutes that cuts down on the washing up.
Feta cheese, black olives, red onion, dill, and lemon juice and zest do their predictably wonderful thing when mixed together and heaped on pan-seared pork chops.
Build a meal with cold rice noodles, add your favorite crunchy vegetables, top with peanut sauce, fresh herbs, and a pan-seared steak.
Toss feta cheese into still steaming pasta for a creamy and quick summer meal.
Hoisin sauce brings a barbecue sauce-like flavor to this chicken dish equally at home on the grill or in the oven. Ginger, garlic, sesame oil, soy sauce and rice vinegar add their own flavor notes.
Across Asian cuisines, meals in a bowl are a common thread. Here are four simple steps to build your own nutritious and balanced meal and a recipe for Korean bibimbap.
Dandelion greens add a pleasant bitter bite – and loads of nutrients – to this weeknight-quick pasta.