From the comfort foods we all crave—macaroni and cheese, spaghetti Bolognese, or good old Yankee Pot Roast—to familiar dishes for formal gatherings, our classic and traditional recipes offer something for every person and occasion.
They’re called “popovers” because the light batter powers upward and over the rim of the baking cup as it bakes.
Frittata with Ham and Vegetables
It’s a Sunday brunch-friendly ham-and-cheese breakfast you’ll soon make your kitchen standard.
Banana Cream Pie
It’s the kind of pie clowns get thrown at them, but you’ll want to eat Banana Cream Pie instead.
The classic Cobb Salad is back and as popular as it was when it first became a hit in the 1930s at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant.
A New Orleans classic sandwich, Muffulettas are a perfect choice for a lunch-time crowd.
Creamy Portobello Soup
The earthy aroma alone of this deeply mushroomy soup is full of satisfaction.
Cranberry Chambord Sorbet
A heady undercurrent of black raspberry liqueur and cranberry flavors hallmark this grown-up sorbet.
Garlic and Herb Beef Tenderloin
A pesto-like fresh herb rub for beef brings a burst of flavor to the holiday table.
Green Goddess Dressing
If you don’t mention the anchovies, no one will know they are there. They add a body and depth to the flavor of this herb-laced dressing.