The best part of Thanksgiving? Days of leftovers made from your favorite dishes. Here's how to combine a few favorites to make a turkey chowder.
Not many will openly admit they don't care for traditional Thanksgiving turkey. But there are many cuisine alternatives to choose from. This Asian twist on the poultry centerpiece will make the holiday feel new.
Comfort food for autumn: baked macaroni and cheese with delicata squash.
Cooking for one can be a chore for some. Instead, see it as a chance to indulge in old favorites and experiment a little.
In this favorite Afghan dish, kaddo bourani, baked pumpkin is sweetened with sugar and cinnamon, topped with a mint-flecked, garlicky yogurt sauce, and a drizzle of ground beef in a earthy, spiced tomato sauce.
This traditional Provençal pot roast is toothsome and ridiculously easy. Don’t let the anchovies scare you – they disappear into the dish, leaving only dialed-up umami behind.
Packed with umami flavors, cheese and herbed mushrooms on polenta makes a satisfying yet simple meal.
A hearty soup, in case you are feeling like hiding away like a hermit and avoiding all those Halloween party invites.
Stuffed sweet potatoes is a 'super food' packed meal that is easy, inexpensive, and will earn a thumbs up from picky eaters at your table.
Bomb of a pizza with meatballs and sauerkraut, Ohio style.
Stripetti squash is a cross between the sweetness of delicata squash and the stringy texture of spaghetti squash.
An easy dish such as this simple lasagna will help anxious fans stay calm and well-fed during an exciting post-season baseball series.
Spicy peppers and blistered cherry tomatoes kicks this easy pasta dish up a notch.
Vegetarian chili with Low Country sensibilities gets its Southern accent from “Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking,” by Nathalie Dupree and Cynthia Graubart.
Grapes, in season now, are roasted in chicken pan drippings with mushrooms, shallots and rosemary for a deliciously autumnal dinner.
Dig into comfort food with this classic meatloaf with tomato sauce.
Panko breadcrumbs give these chicken breast schnitzels an assertively crispy outside. Dredging the chicken with cornstarch helps keep the meat tender inside.
Sometimes called chicken fried steak, this retro dish of breaded and fried steak has roots in the early days of Texas and is a regional favorite.
A marinade with red wine vinegar and lemon juice quickly tenderizes flavorful lamb shoulder chops. Feta cheese, Kalamata olives, red onion and lemon zest add even more flavor.
A simple marinade in a sauce for 30 minutes adds an Asian flavor to grilled salmon.
Twice baked in the oven with melty cheese this dish makes a perfect meal for one.
Quickly browned, then braised with onions and garlic, Brussels sprouts are tossed with feta, bacon and sage and served over pasta.
For added flavor, garnish corn bisque with thyme buttered popcorn.
A colorful variation of the classic white potato vichyssoise, chilled for summer enjoyment.
Use sweet seasonal corn for the base of this summertime supper dish.