Chocolate ice cream doesn’t get any better than when it’s perfected at home. This recipe has the very helpful assistance of an ice cream maker, which makes it even easier!
This is everything you want in comfort food, rich, thick and sinful. It combines the best of lobster bisque and macaroni and cheese into one filling dish.
Instead of ham in your eggs, this cajun breakfast calls for andouille sausage and cornbread subbed for toast. Made with ease, this is a great brunch recipe.
Create fluffy, rich pancakes by adding sour cream and whipped egg whites. Spruce up the traditional griddle cake with added blueberries.
Soft tortillas are fried and laden with lime-marinated and queso fresco. The best part? It is all spiced up a notch with fresh, green tomatillo salsa.
For an indulgent start to your day, try these rich chocolate waffle studded with more chocolate chips.
Impress eaters with tender lamb shanks and roasted vegetables.
Traditional New England clam chowder, inspired by James Beard, with salty pork and creamy broth.…
When eating this dish, you get hints of the influence of German Pancakes and Yorkshire Pudding. Crispy in parts, soft and soufflé-y in others. Overall, a fantastic addition to your breakfast regime.
The quintessential holiday pie is guaranteed to lift anyone’s December spirit to new heights.
This dish gives you all the richness and creaminess of garlic mashed potatoes while still staying low carb.
These wings are marinated in pickle brine for a unique flavor profile, and two levels of hot sauce let you pick your heat intensity.
This budget-friendly take on osso buco replaces the traditional veal shank with beef.
This delicious, semi-homemade dessert requires just four ingredients — and one of them is Nutella. What’s not to love?
Repurpose the meatballs and cabbage into a Danish smørrebrød, an open-faced sandwich, the next day for a delicious lunch.
It’s hard to get homemade hot sauce quite as fiery as a store-bought bottle but what you sacrifice in heat, you more than make up for with rich, complex flavors.