Easy. Healthy. Spicy. Vegan. And satiating as heck. That’s what you get from this inspired collision of ingredients that come together in the form of a veggie burger.
Tax man taketh? Then you need this frugal Italian staple that’s crazy satiating yet made in minutes from mere flour, eggs, bread crumbs, and cheese.
Not exactly feeling like spring where you are? This spectacularly simple yet satiating soup is how we give old man winter the middle finger.
After grilling up these lovely little lamb lollies, we finally understand why so many folks use “lamb chop” as a term of endearment.
Most definitely not your grandma’s egg salad. It’s crammed full of gently caramelized onions and it’s sooo surprisingly lovely you won’t even miss the mayo. Swear.
Calling this crazy indulgent Monte Cristo a leftover ham sandwich is like saying Julia Child could cook pretty decent.
Who first thought to smother a hot dog with chili and strew it with cheese and cram it into one’s face? We’re talking hero status.
A grilled mac and cheese sandwich? You better believe it. Here’s how to make it.
This came into existence when a line cook wondered what would happen if he put literally everything on a sandwich. Something spectacular ensued.
This crazy satisfying, ridiculously cheap, pantry-minded supper consists of just pasta, cheese, oil, salt, pepper, and a nifty technique.
Yes, this cauliflower fried rice recipe is low-carb, paleo-friendly, and darn near indistinguishable from the real thing. Swear.
In Nahuatl, pozole means “make a big batch of this on the weekend and reheat during the week after soccer practice.” (Not really.)
A Japanese classic turned vegan, this miso soup is so quick and lovely we suspect no one will ever notice the difference.
Here’s how to embellish a childhood classic with the help of a little leftover holiday ham and some fancy French mustard.
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