All-American cookout and picnic favorites like hamburgers and barbecue, comfort dishes like macaroni and cheese and New England clam chowder, American cuisine stars the recipes of new American chefs and home cooks, plus classic dishes like American Chop Suey and Shoo-Fly Pie.
Easy New Year’s Day One-Pot Meal
This easy, one-pot dish includes the Southern traditional New Year’s foods of black-eyed peas for luck and cabbage to represent money in the new year.
Fresh cranberries and tart apples combine with sweet dried apricots in a moist buttermilk cake that’s perfect for fall and winter holidays.
Braised Cabbage Rolls
Turkey and quinoa make for a healthy spin on a classic. Great for dinner or a shared appetizer!
Apple Cream Cheese Tart
Like cheesecake—but maybe even better—this tart makes the most of autumn apples.
Green Bean Casserole with Crispy Shallots
Save almost half the calories per serving—without sacrificing flavor—with this simple, fresh version of the traditional Thanksgiving side dish from Food Network star Ellie Krieger’s latest cookbook, Comfort Food Fix.
Mrs. LBJ’s Pedernales River Chili
If you can stand the heat, get into the kitchen—and enjoy Lady Bird Johnson’s Texas chili!
JFK’s New England Fish Chowder
And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can cook for you; ask what you can cook for your country. –How about JFK’s recipe for fish chowder?
Flatbread Pizza with Corn
We’re borrowing a page from our pizza-eating friends across the pond (where corn is one of the most popular toppings) for a summer-fresh, fast, easy dinner.
Warm Potato Salad
Savory, tart, and a little sweet, this potato salad is especially good with a hearty sandwich.
“Hoot-n Holler” Baby Back Pork Ribs
Prepared mesquite-flavored marinade and barbecue sauce make these pork ribs a breeze to make.
Thai Turkey Burgers
Thai ingredients—soy sauce, ginger and cilantro—flavor these lower-fat turkey burgers.
Steakhouse Sweet Potato Wedges
Talk about finger food! These wedges are soft and sweet, as much candy for the mouth as they are for the eyes.