No-bake cake doesn’t get any easier than this funfetti fudge that’s complete with a semisweet chocolate “cake” layer, a white chocolate “frosting” layer, and sprinkles galore.
Yes, this cauliflower fried rice recipe is low-carb, paleo-friendly, and darn near indistinguishable from the real thing. Swear.
These lamb chops have a nifty little trick that works wonders at putting dinner on the table pronto while banishing boredom.
A sassy mix of ground pork, paprika, garlic, cayenne pepper, and wine that’s as irresistible to eat as it is easy to make.
Creamy Southern stone-ground grits with Cheddar cheese, plump sauteed shrimp, crisp bacon, garlic, and scallions.
This natural alternative to fancy liquid dish soap is inexpensive, effective, and gentle on hands. Doesn’t get much more practical than that.
The chewiness of rice, the sweetness of pork, the easiness of a made-for-weeknight recipe, and the loveliness of Asian flavors such as ginger, scallion, and sesame.
Ditch the fizzy artificially dyed tablets for something more natural. Like kitchen scraps.
Proof that you don’t require buttermilk or an insufferably long overnight brine to make insanely tender, crazily crispy, gosh darn perfect fried chicken.
Quite possibly the best banana recipe ever, this home-churned ice cream jumbles caramelized bananas and bittersweet chocolate with all the usual ingredients.
Here’s how to embellish a childhood classic with the help of a little leftover holiday ham and some fancy French mustard.
This classic spiced milk tea is made with chai spices and—are you ready?!—sweetened condensed milk. It’s ridiculously lovely.
This Mexican carnitas recipe is authentic braised and fried pork that’s fall-apart-tender pork goodness ready for tacos.
GF? Yep. Paleo? Yeah, that too. Devoid of anything that would offend a vegan? Check. Talk about a recipe for a happy Thanksgiving.
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