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.
Sea Scallops with Sugar Snap Peas and Chervil
Snap peas are barely cooked for a crisp texture and sweetest flavor.
Roasted Trout with Fennel, Onion and Cilantro
A stuffing of fennel, onion and bacon fills this fresh fish.
Coral and Jade
A light tomato sauce accentuates the pink color of the sweet shrimp, and snow peas provide a verdant snap of color in this lightly sauced dish.
Stir-Fried Pork with Asparagus
Boneless pork chops and a few Chinese pantry staples make this dinner a snap.
Shakshuka with Fire-Roasted Tomatoes
This popular Israeli breakfast dishes featured eggs and tomato sauce.
Grilled Lamb Chops with Kiwi Mango Relish
Taking the ho-hum out of mint jelly, tropical fruit and fresh mint provide a tasty wake-up call to the palate.
Pan del Campo with Cheese and Greens
Refrigerated biscuits make this unusual dinner recipe easy to prepare.
Caveman T-Bones with Hellfire Hot Sauce
A treat that dates back to paleolithic times — steak cooked over an open fire.
Mussels Grilled on a Bed of Flaming Pine Needles
Wow! This theatrical dish will really impress your guests.
Red Snapper Veracruz-Style
Fish is baked in a sauce of fresh tomatoes, peppers, herbs, capers and olives.
Brisket of Beef
Whether you smoke, baste, braise, sauce, boil or roast a brisket, low and slow cooking times are key for a tender and flavorful piece of meat.