Some people think the defining characteristic of authentic Cajun food is the spicy ingredients. It isn't—it's recipes that can be cooked in one pot. The early Acadians taught us the power of one-dish recipes—a rich meld of flavors combined with simplicity of preparation.
Ginger Pear Noodle Kugel
You don’t have to be Jewish to love a good noodle pudding—just a fan of sweet, filling comfort food.
Rigatoni with Sausage, Butternut Squash and Spinach
The sweetness of butternut squash and the savoriness of sausage combines in a casserole kids will love.
Ellie’s Sunday Strata
The open-face version of an omelet, with crusty-gooey broiled cheese on top, has become a Sunday brunch standard.
Cowgirl Breakfast Casserole
A Wild West-style campfire cheese and sausage casserole that would make any chuckwagon master proud.
Dairy Hollow House Skillet-Sizzled Cornbread
Old-fashioned buttermilk cornbread warms heart, body and soul—and served warm, slathered with sweet melted butter it’s transcendant.
Lots of “1s, 2s and 3s” plus alphabet noodles, all in a row, make this kid-friendly soup a tasty kitchen game for little helpers.
Monte Cristo Cornbread Skillet Supper
Cheesy and rich, this one-dish meal is reminiscent of the classic deli sandwich.
Dutch Oven Cherry Cobbler
Build a medium fire in a charcoal grill, using about 26 charcoal briquettes. Drain cherries and reserve juice. Combine cherries and brown sugar in a…