Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with this authentic Mexican hominy soup. Toppings range from avocado, tortilla chips, cheese, radishes, and red onions and add celebration and ceremony to a rustic meal.
This simple tomato soup is chock-full of veggies and flavors. For a weeknight dinner, this soup demands biscuits. Add feta and green onion to your dough for a savory twist.
A slow cooker is the perfect answer for a college student short on time and money, but big on appetite.
Black pepper beef is a weeknight-quick classic Chinese stir fry. Onion, fresh ginger, red bell pepper, celery, garlic and lots of black pepper offer plenty of flavor. The Pepper Project helps Cambodian pepper farmers and communities.
Home for lunch? Looking for a quick and delicious dinner? Take inspiration from this simple salad, with smoked cheese, crispy croutons, and chopped chorizo tossed with kale and vegetables.
Country Captain is an old Southern recipe inspired by the Indian spice trade. Serve up slow-cooked chicken pieces flavored with spices and veggies, next to a pile of sweet coconut rice.
The dish that set Julia Child on her culinary path was a sole meunière tasted in Rouen, France. Its perfection lies in its simplicity and should be a staple in every home cook's repertoire.
Super simple, and doable even without a food processor, this pesto comes together with ingredients you're likely to have on-hand. Pair it with a quick chicken dish or tiny meatballs.
Pork and beef meatloaf is flavored with basil, scallions, garlic, and Chinese five-spice powder. Top it with pickled carrots and daikon and then serve with baguette slices for this American take on Vietnamese bánh mì sandwiches.
Transform leftovers with fresh vegetables, swirl them together with a Parmesan and ricotta sauce, and serve on a bed of fresh pasta.
Herbed biscuits stand in for pie crust in this deconstructed chicken pot pie. Herbes de Provence and garlic give the American classic a French accent.
Craving pizza with a twist? Try this Mexican-inspired pizza with eggs bakes into it. Start with a cornmeal crust and top with beans, onions, chiles, tomatoes, eggs, and cheese.
Don't let this simple stew recipe fool you, the result is more than the sum of its parts. The key is using a high quality Italian sausage, the spices are crucial for a great flavor.
Being single in New York City can be a real drag. But that doesn't mean you can't treat yourself to a delicious home cooked meal with this butternut squash tart.
Leftover pot roast combines with potatoes to make a hash that shows why meat-and-potato dishes never go out of style.
Boiled corned beef with root vegetables is a classic New England dinner, as well as a cherished St. Patrick's Day supper.
High-quality lamb makes all the difference in this stew. Bacon adds a smokey saltiness, and peppery parsnips, sweet carrots, and potatoes compliment the other flavors nicely.
'Superfood Kitchen' by Julie Morris just happens to be 100 percent vegan! It boasts a wide variety of recipes, including a dessert section. Give this kale and black-eyed pea stew a try.
Get your veggie fix with a roasted delicata squash & tortellini salad that works as a main course or a red cabbage, carrot, cilantro slaw as a colorful Asian-inspired side.
Lots of big flavors– cumin, garlic, celery, red bell pepper, tomatoes, jalapeño pepper, and smoked ham hock– blend into a satisfying soup with a Southwestern kick.
Winter still got you down? Transport yourself to somewhere sunny and summery with these bright and beach-y tacos. They're quick enough for a weeknight meal.
Crispy fried chicken wings coated in sticky garlic fish sauce are popular in roadside eateries in Vietnam. Use high quality fish sauce, and try the recipe at home.
Elements of two classic comfort foods combine in satisfying braised veal shanks with white beans.
Big, juicy shrimp made bright with a citrus sauce over a bowl of comforting pasta is just the thing to stay warm in the winter while hoping for the first signs of spring.
A cumin and coriander spice rub adds big flavor without heat to pan-seared pork chops; this lively, vinegary, fiery (or not) giardiniera aioli is great with pork, fish, chicken, or tofu.