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.
Crispy Herbed Chicken with Prosciutto
Chicken, Italian dry-cured ham and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese form a delicious trinity of flavor.
When okra is not in season, classic Louisiana gumbo is thickened with the aromatic leaves of sassafrass.
Seafood Lasagna with Scallops and Tilapia
A delicately flavored variation of lasagna using fish fillets and scallops.
Teresa’s Breakfast Frittata
Similar to a Spanish tortilla, this frittata with potatoes and bell pepper is just as good for dinner as it is for breakfast.
Roasted Vegetable Crepes
Thin pancakes with a savory vegetable filling are great for dinner or brunch.
Pasta with Clam Sauce
Add a small can of clams and some pantry staples to cooked linguine for a fresh taste of Italy.
Rosemary Apricot Pork Tenderloin
Preserves, rosemary and garlic glaze roasted pork tenderloin. Serve over creamy polenta with brussels sprouts.
Shrimp and Grits
A Southern favorite that’s ideal for brunch, lunch or supper, and great for entertaining.
Chicken Fricassee with Peas and Orzo
The rich meal stars orzo, an Italian pasta that resembles rice.
Fig-Glazed Chicken Thighs
Here’s an easy, dark-meat chicken dish with flavors that evoke North African accents.