For authentic Southern shrimp and grits be sure to use stone ground grits, not the instant or quick-cooking kind.
Once relegated to the breakfast table and seasonal BLTs, bacon has since penetrated fast food and gourmet restaurant menus.
Orange juice and zest gives this easy chicken dish a bright citrus flavor.
This is a simple pan-fried shrimp dish. Chinese celery and fragrant shallots add great flavor. Buying the largest and freshest shrimp or prawns will assure your guests love the taste as well as the sentiment of the dish.
Dense carrot cake makes the cut in manageable bite-sized bars.
Citrus gives chicken a bright flavor in this easy dinner dish.
Flavors from all over Asia (ginger, lemongrass, five-spice powder, garam masala, fish sauce) spice up this delicious, aromatic, meaty stew that draws its inspiration from when Vietnam was called French Indochina.
Roasting butternut squash and red bell pepper with a topping of freshly grated Parmesan cheese is a simple way to amp the flavor of warm veggies.
These dense chocolate brownies packed with melted chocolate chips are finished off with a chocolate drizzle.
Earthy, fiber-rich lentils combine with fennel bulb, carrots, Italian sausage, onion, and garlic for a satisfying antidote to cold weather.
Bright and refreshing this fresh fruit salsa makes a delicious and healthy appetizer snack.
This easy weeknight meal combines salty bacon and fresh spinach in a creamy, simple sauce.
A ready-made puff pastry makes homemade pot pies a cinch.
This simple lemon cake is best eaten warm and brushed with a lemony soaking syrup.
Ground coffee, whole cumin seeds, chili powder and cinnamon create an easy, amazing spice rub for pan-seared lamb chops
The combination of cheeses in this one-pot pasta dish creates the perfect balance of tangy, creamy, and salty.
A base of three different kinds of beans gives this vegetarian chili a 'meaty' texture.
This simple lentil, rice, and caramelized onion pilaf has many names and is a staple in Middle Eastern cooking.
A cheesy one-dish casserole with salty ham is perfect for a weeknight dinner on a frosty evening.
The origin of this dish is heavily disputed. According to legend, a customer ordered chicken tikka in an Indian restaurant in Scotland and sent it back, complaining it was too dry. The Bangladeshi chef improvised with ingredients on hand: a can of Campbell’s tomato soup, yogurt, cream, and spices.