This easy shove-it-in-the-oven casserole is exactly what macaroni and cheese ought to be—cheesy, crumb-topped, and ridiculously indulgent.
A fondue without the pot, Fontina cheese is broiled with garlic, olive oil, and thyme until it's melted and bubbles. Scoop it up with hunks of bread.
Considered Portugal's national dish, caldo verde, or green soup, is a homey dish of potatoes, kale sliced whisker thin, and smoky pork sausage.
Easy Tomato Soup4/20
Yup. It's still winter. Darn good thing this simple made-from-scratch soup requires barely more effort than heating up some Campbell's.
Maple Syrup Snow5/20
Embrace your inner Laura Ingalls Wilder with this quaint, toffee-like candy made by drizzling maple syrup onto fresh snow. Its provenance may be outdated, but its appeal transcends time.
This classic, hearty, homey dish—just like something your grandma used to make—is the perfect one-pot meat and potatoes meal.
This is, quite frankly, the loveliest hot and sour soup we've ever had, with none of the usual gloppiness of takeout Chinese. And it's on the table in just 20 minutes.
Burnished skin. Juicy meat. An insanely come-hither aroma that pervades the house. All this can be yours for supper. And it's so simple to toss it together.
This Mexican chicken soup is authentic Yucatan fare that's simply broth, avocado, lime, tortilla, and rice. The sum is far more than the parts. And it's comforting as heck.
Regardless of whether you're from Cincinnati or have ever experienced Cincinnati chili, you've gotta try this recipe. Trust us.
Pork and clams, a classic Portuguese combination, are paired with tomatoes, garlic, herbs, and a pinch of crushed pepper. For a twist, bone-in pork loin is used.
Beef Bone Broth12/20
Remember the good old days when "bone broth" was simply called "beef stock"? Sigh. Whatever you call it, it's still simple to make. And still spectacular to taste.
Chili Cheese Fries13/20
Honest grub with demolish-the-entire-panful-while-standing-at-the-counter allure. Grab some napkins.
Super-size-me shrimp stud this creamylicious risotto which takes its astoundingly complex taste from simple shrimp shells.
A can't-resist curry brimming with fragrant spices--ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, peppercorns, coriander, cumin...yup, they're all here.
Know that little ditty about how some poor hungry soul's meatballs were lost when somebody sneezed? It always makes us sad.
Crispy over-fried chicken could be any easier. A simple shake in a bag of seasoned flour, an hour or so in the oven, and you have dinner.
No matter what its title, this little life-changer of a recipe isn't quite Mommom's, er, your grandma's banana bread. It's better.
Who knew Katharine Hepburn was as agile at baking as acting? These brownies make us think maybe she missed her true calling.
This chicken stewed in garlic and cinnamon, called kota kapama, gets depth of flavor from wine, tomato paste, and Greek cheese.