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.
Put chicken broth in a 8-quart stockpot. Heat over medium-low heat. Add garlic slices or flakes. Spray a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray. Place…
Breakfast Sausage Pizza
The sausage in the pizza can be replaced with ground pork, diced ham, or chorizo. Serve with fresh seasonal fruit to complete your breakfast.
Greek Dreams Salad
Put bulgar wheat in a large bowl and cover with boiling water. Let set one hour then drain well. Mix togeather all other ingredients. Stir…
Saute celery, onions and bell peppers in butter or margarine. Drain and add remaining ingredients, except shrimp. Cook over low heat until all…
Honey Grilled Shrimp
In a small bowl, combine the salad dressing, honey and garlic; set aside 1/2 cup. Pour remaining marinade into a large resealable plastic bag;…
Crunchy Wild Striped Bass
This recipe from Prairie Grass Cafe in Northbrook, Chicago, is a perfect way to introduce kids to fish.
Brown ground beef and drain off fat. Add package of taco season with 1/2 cup of water. Simmer for 10 minutes. Put in bowl and…
4-Ingredient Spaghetti Carbonara
This creamy egg dish can star all sorts of vegetables. Try adding broccoli, zucchini or peas.
4-Ingredient Couscous with Chicken
This easy main dish is great with cherry tomatoes or red bell peppers.
Molasses Glazed Chicken with North Carolina Sweet Potato Salsa
A great end of summer recipe featuring chicken breasts, glazed in molasses and dressed up with a savory salsa.
Summer Squash Ribbons with 3-Herb Pesto & Farmer’s Market Roasted Corn
With a wide blade vegetable peeler, make zucchini and summer squash ribbons by peeling lengthwise. Peel 3 times down one side and make a quarter…
Summer Ratatouille Chicken
Season the boneless, skinless chicken breasts with the salt, pepper, and paprika. Add the olive oil to the large skillet and heat over medium high…