One man's meat is another man's poison, or so the saying goes. So we're hedging our bets with main course recipes that offer everything from meat and potatoes to kid-friendly foods to homespun casseroles so you can pick your, uhm, poison with ease.
Mushroom and Black-Eyed Pea Ragout
Our good luck charm, black-eye peas, star in this thick vegetarian stew.
Frittata with Chard and Whole-Wheat Spaghetti
This seemingly “kitchen sink” approach to a frittata comes together surprisingly well.
Lamb Shanks with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and White Beans
Lamb and tomatoes star in a hearty slow-cooker meal.
African Peanut Stew
Serve this African-inspired vegetarian stew on rice for a hearty and healthful main dish.
The classic Korean dish is basically rice topped with meat and vegetables and a fried egg. Toss together and eat with a large spoon or a pair of chopsticks.
Gratin of Sweet Potatoes and Swiss Chard
Sweet and earthy yams meet green and earthy chard in a warm and filling casserole.
Cider-Braised Pork Loin with Carrots and Onion
Boneless pork loin is slow-cooked in sweet cider until juicy and tender.
This egg and chili pepper recipe celebrates the the big chili daddy pepper celebration of them all: the Hatch Chile Festival in New Mexico, celebrated each Labor Day weekend.