This wonderfully savory and flavorful vegetarian muffuletta sandwich swaps in “meaty” roasted eggplant and marinated portobello mushrooms for the traditional deli meats. There’s an easy vegan adaptation, too.
Instant Pot mac and cheese could not be easier, creamier, or more delicious. This version incorporates the classic flavors of homemade macaroni and cheese with a combination of aged gruyere, sharp cheddar, and parmigiano cheeses, plus dashes of Dijon mustard, nutmeg and cayenne.
Dinner tonight doesn’t have to be hard to be fabulous. Case in point, these vegetarian, gluten-free halloumi and lentil bowls with broccolini and roasted peppers all drizzled with magic blender dressing. They take 30 minutes max to put together, most of which is chill time while the lentils simmer away.
This flavorful 4-ingredient BBQ pulled chicken is great for busy fall weeknights. Make it low and slow in the slow cooker or fast and furious in the Instant Pot. Serve on brioche buns with coleslaw and pickles or over a simple salad for a family-friendly meal.
Check out this perfect recipe for sweet and simple yellow cake that is oh so light and soft and topped with a rich chocolate frosting.
This quick and breezy crostini appetizer is made with a white bean dip, fresh tomatoes, herbs and sun-dried tomatoes.
Dig into these easy tacos loaded with ground pork, black beans and finished with homemade pickled red onions.
Reasons to love scallops: they’re elegant, cooked in minutes and melt in your mouth. Check out this recipe seared with chorizo.
Start with a dry brine, learn how to reverse sear and then dig into the most juicy pork chops of your life served with a shallot herb sauce.
This appetizer hits all the right notes for us. It’s salty, buttery and totally delicious when shared with others and paired with wine. Make plateful of these prosciutto-wrapped shrimp with sage-garlic butter for your next gathering.
This festive pasta is made with roasted beets and served with French Bleu de Chèvre goat cheese and linguine to make for a cozy, beautiful, and easy meal.
Make yourself a beautiful, nourishing sweet potato Buddha bowl loaded with lentils, freekeh and kale. It just 30 minutes, you could be eating this for lunch or dinner.
It just takes twenty minutes and six ingredients to make this creamy orzo chicken soup, also known as Avgolemono. It’s perfect on a cold day or when you’re feeling under the weather.
Loaded with spinach and cheese, these shrimp and black bean quesadillas are a fun dinner or delicious party appetizer that requires no utensils.
A flavorful grilled skirt steak marinated in a bold lime, sherry vinegar and chili sauce and served over salad with a glass of Beaujolais red wine.
With this burger, you get way more than one flimsy peice of bacon. Top your burgers with a bacon weave, blue cheese and deliciously caramelized onions.
Big blue cheese flavor is balanced on this pizza with refreshing and peppery watercress flavor and sweet-tangy balsamic glaze.
Looking for an easy but elegant breakfast in bed recipe for Mother’s Day that’s perfect for little hands to make? Try this prosciutto, brie and apricot preserves on a toasty baguette.
With just a few simple ingredients, these cheddar straws make for an easy hors d’oeuvre or snack that pairs perfectly with wine or beer. Super Bowl anyone?
Easy? Check. Impressive? If I do say so. Let this fun oyster recipe with herb butter and prosciutto be your next party trick.
Making homemade donuts is easier than you think. These glazed beauties have a hint of gingerbread spice, thanks to the addition of tea, which is perfect for the holidays.
Try this quick and satisfying bowl of vegetarian miso ramen with a twist of potato noodles.
Want to make a funny looking treat for Halloween? These googly eyes homemade twix cookies are just the thing!
This delicious breakfast smoothie will challenge everything you thought you knew about a classic PB&J.
The perfect cold brew for a hot day.
Blend up this hydrating green glass with cool lime juice, sweet pineapple and banana, and a healthy dose of kale.
Soy sauce and a dab of butter launch this cheap and easy meal into full-umami territory. Add vegetables and grated cheese for a full bowl of deliciousness.
Simple to make, easy to impress, and hearty enough to keep you sustained for the day, these eggs are flavorful with a hint of spice.