Slender and slightly droopy broccolini needs barely any help to become a totally delicious side dish.
Author: The Practical Kitchen
These chocolate coated peanut butter cracker sandwiches got their name from my grandmother-in-law, who ships them around the country to her massive blended family.
The addition of bacon and potatoes turns day-old rice into a hearty morning meal that cooks quickly so you can get on with your day.
Come for the perfectly cooked chicken, stay for the schmaltzy brussels sprouts that are the true star of the show.
Downloading digital cookbooks means you can start using them right away. But not every cookbook translates well to an eReader. These ones get it right.
This scaled down recipe uses minimal ingredients to make one epically tasty treat.
Just a really good turkey burger that is moist, tender, well-seasoned, and flavorful.
When it comes to a flavorful, shelf-stable pesto, you don’t need to look any further than your own pantry.
This paprika pork tenderloin skillet uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry and cooks all in one skillet for easy cleanup.
This simple curry chicken will warm you up from the inside out.
For a fried egg with a perfectly runny egg yolk, this simple two-step technique will ensure you get a molten golden center every time.
You don’t need a fancy contraption to cold brew coffee. All you need is a French press.
Chicken marsala pizza is the perfect blend of comfort foods: crisp-but-doughy pizza with the hearty richness of a savory wine-and-mushroom sauce with bite-sized pieces of of chicken dotted across the top.
Shredded chicken, beans, cheese, and peppers wrapped up in a crunchy, bubbly, crispy egg roll wrapper.