A long, slow cook time makes this shredded pork tender, while a trip under the broiler adds crispy, flavorful edges.
Jimmy’s take on his mom’s spaghetti and meatballs recipe is packed with fresh flavors and makes excellent leftovers.
Fresh or frozen veggies get the job done in this delicate, slurpable angel hair pasta with chicken.
There’s nothing wrong with plain ‘ol regular stuffing, but if you’re looking for a fun and simple twist (get it, a twist???) on a classic — it’s time to give pretzel stuffing a try.
Use up those leftover mashed potatoes in these Tuna Cakes that are so easy to make, you’ll have more than enough time to make a lemon-dill aioli dip from scratch.
Just say “no” to washing lots of dirty dishes with my top 5 favorite easy one-skillet dinners.
This lightly spiced Samosa Pot Pie with a crispy, flaky puff pastry top makes a hearty, satisfying vegetarian dinner.
Inspired by our favorite diner in Baltimore, the Papermoon Cheesesteak is a quirky and nontraditional take on the classic Philly sandwich.
For a dinner that comes together fast, requires minimal cooking, and makes everyone happy, look no further than Tuna Newberg.
I still don’t love spinach, but I do love this sauce.
This creamy, easy-to-make carbonara with salty bacon bits and lightly charred Brussels sprouts is an entree and side dish all in one.