Quiche may sound fancy, but is simple to make, can be served almost any time of the day, and reheats well. Use broccoli, mushrooms, and kale in this quiche, or substitute your favorite greens.
What is goetta? A sausage widely celebrated in Cincinnati that can be eaten for breakfast, on a sandwich, on a pizza... and especially as a hotdog.
A good Reuben sandwich is filled with corned beef and lots of cheese and grilled to crispy goodness on rye or pumpernickel bread.
Broiled eggs and veggies work well for breakfast or lunch. Make a small portion for one or two, or break out the big cast iron for Sunday brunch.
Olympic officials estimate that 70,000 gallons of borscht will be served in Sochi during the Winter Games. Here's a vegetable-based, warm version of the popular Slavic dish.
A rice cooker isn't the only way to cook a perfect pot of rice. Here are three ways, two for the stove top and one for the microwave, that will work just as well.
Jan. 25 is Burns Night, which celebrates the birthday of Scottish poet Robert Burns. Celebrate with a hearty bowl of Scottish cock-a-leekie.
Delicious quiche with Swiss chard, mushrooms, and aged Gouda cheese.
This simple and customizable lentil salad works well as a side dish, or packed in a lunch the next day. Add some arugula or spinach to make it a main course.
Had enough of leftover turkey sandwiches? Go for a warm and hearty turkey chowder instead. Tips on how to cut prep time make this recipe an easy post-holiday meal.
Do something different with leftover turkey this year. These hot brown 'sandwiches' are like individual turkey-cheese casseroles, the perfect lunch for a long weekend.
This fall salad works a number of ways. Substitute bulgar wheat with your favorite grain, butternut with your favorite squash, and toss in whatever vegetables you have on hand.
The peppery and clove flavors of a basil simple syrup mix with fresh lime juice to make a refreshing late-summer drink.
Tostadas are the perfect platform for just about any tasty combination. Beans flavored with unsweetened cocoa and topped with peach mint salsa make a comforting and easy lunch.
Top soba noodles with sesame paste and your protein of choice for a simple summer lunch.
White beans are a cheap, versatile ingredient for the beginners out there.
Other than their shape, these savory pancakes have very little in common with the sugary breakfast staple. Not only are they good, they are good for you, too.
Mastering the art of homemade strawberry jam isn't as mysterious as it seems, as long as you follow these three simple tips.
Chicken salad works great for almost any occasion, especially dinner on a hot day. Spice up your chicken salad with Greek yogurt, Moroccan flavors, herbs, apricots, and carrots.
Ditch the wok this summer and try a rice salad tossed with fresh raw veggies. With just one pot of rice and a quick vinaigrette you can have a light lunch, a quick side, or a vegetarian dinner.
It's asparagus season, and this delightfully simple tart keeps the weekend restful so you can be ready to greet a new week.
Savory, crunchy and often spicy, pickled kimchi is the Korean national dish. It’s also the delicious heart of this weeknight-quick pancake.
The best part about the components of this dish is that you can mix and match the pieces. Enjoy the corn and bean relish as part of this sandwich or with a bowl of tortilla chips. Enjoy the queso drizzled over a hamburger or tossed with macaroni. Even the spicy beef can be served on its own with a side of mashed potatoes.