This riff on bread salad recipe has a sturdy texture thanks to cornbread and a sweet heat thanks to honey and chipotle chiles.
Move over, meat. Bulgur gives this chili body as well as a bevy of other beauteous attributes.
A simple seared fish fillet with a tart citrus lilt, this recipe comes together with ease even on the craziest of weeknights.
Mustard Baked Ham is practically a Christmas requirement. Succulent ham is baked with a sweet mustard crust until it’s dripping with flavor. The ham makes great sandwiches, too
These rich, tender, easy yet elegant braised duck legs are pretty darn easy to swoon over. See for yourself.
Lean guinea hens get the spa treat with the addition of bacon, salt pork, savoy cabbage, carrots, and, of course, butter.
A delicate concoction of chicken flavored with red chiles, Sichuan peppers, and clear rice vinegar, this dish is said to originate in the Dong’an county.
Sup rather than sip your green tea with these slippery, slurpery udon noodles that are simmered to tenderness and garnished as you please.
Classic shrimp and grits gets a Tennessee facelift with the addition of tomatoes, tomato paste, thyme, and a splash of Worcestershire sauce.
Monkfish fillets are wrapped in escarole leaves, which keeps the fillets moist. The monkfish packets are served up in bowls with a tomato-olive sauce on top. A simple weekday meal.
Sweetly salty. That’s the lovely thing about this shrimp stir fry. The pineapple is dried in the oven to intensify the sweetness.
This roast turkey is served with roasted vegetables and gravy. Served the turkey any time—not just Thanksgiving. The turkey can be made ahead and used all week. The gravy, too.
In this Spanish stew, veal breast is seared then slowly braised in a brew filled with tomatoes, brandy, wine, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, and a bit of chocolate.
Seared chicken breasts are napped with a creamy goat-cheese-and-herb sauce. The chicken breasts are served with black beans on the side.
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