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.
Italian Pork Panini
A garlicky, pork panini with olive tapenade gives “pigskin” a new meaning at your Super Bowl party.
Easy Pesto Chicken Panini
With leftover rotisserie chicken or grilled boneless chicken breasts on hand, these delightful sandwiches come together prestissimo!
Gussy up guacamole with pungent blue cheese, spicy peppers and creamy sour cream for an unforgettable party dip.
Fresh cranberries and tart apples combine with sweet dried apricots in a moist buttermilk cake that’s perfect for fall and winter holidays.
This is a very versatile sauce. It can be used as a marinade for grilled meats, chicken, and seafood, or as a sauce for braising meats or making chile.
Drunken Chile con Carne Tacos
This chile con carne is made with chunks of beef slowly braised with beer and chocolate for full flavor.
Asian Tuna Tacos
In this dish, tuna steaks are seared with a sesame seed crust and served with a wasabi mayonnaise,chopped scallions, and cilantro, all in a flour tortilla.
Tacos with Pork in Green Sauce
The acidity of the tomatillos beautifully balances the fat of the pork shoulder, while the onion and additional cilantro provide extra crunch and fragrance.
Rosa di Parma (Filled Beef Tenderloin)
Having company? Try this indulgent stuffed beef tenderloin for special occasions.
This recipe pairs the crunchy texture of walnuts with the softness of chicken in a classic stir-fry. “For a variation, try this recipe with other nuts such as pine nuts or almonds, but be sure the nuts you use are very fresh. Stale nuts tend to go soft and will spoil both the texture and the flavor of the dish.”–Ken Hom