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Baked Polenta with Tomato Sauce and Ricotta

I turn to polenta when I am in need of some good, old-fashioned comfort food. I suspect it's because there is not much difference between polenta and the grits I was raised on in North Florida. This simple...

Author: Art Smith

Perfect Pot Roast

Growing up, my mother would make pot roast for a Sunday meal, or for when we had company; it's a lovely reminder of home.

Author: Patricia Heaton

Beet and Carrot Salad

You can make this raw, root vegetable slaw up to four days before you plan to eat it.

Author: Magdalena Wszelaki

Turkish Kebabs

This recipe is for classic Turkish lamb kebabs, with a marinade that includes tomato paste and a mix of spices for an intense flavor.

Author: Anissa Helou

Chop Chop Salad

The best part? The Caesar-ish Dressing, which is egg- and-dairy-free, but still creamy and flavorful enough to make you think you're eating a salad with a Caesar dressing.

Author: Julie Mayfield

Cheddar Stuffed Turkey Burgers

I love burgers that ooze cheese when you bite into them, but turkey burgers typically fall apart when you make them with a chunk of cheese in the center. Instead of working against the ingredients, I work...

Author: Audrey Johns

Lemongrass Ginger Carrot Soup

This simple soup can be eaten hot or cold, in winter, or in summer. Many are aware of the healing benefits of carrots, mainly the antioxidant-rich carotenoids that are known to pack anticancer powers....

Author: Katherine & Ryan Harvey

Rigatoni with Meat Sauce

This is the hearty pasta dish that everyone loves to eat. The rigatoni cooks right in the sauce, which not only saves you from having to wash an extra pan-it makes the pasta more flavorful.

Author: Marge Perry

Roasted Sweet Potato and Ginger Soup

There are some flavors that beg to be paired, and sweet potatoes and ginger are in that category. This smooth, puréed soup is rich and comforting, ideal for fall evenings.

Author: Art Smith

Broccoli Cheese Soup

Broccoli-cheese soup is my life. There's something about it that triggers a happy, peaceful memory. I just don't know what the memory is. So I guess technically, it isn't really a memory at all. I think...

Author: Ree Drummond

Moroccan Lamb Stew

Cinnamon, ginger, and dates add spicy, bright, sweet dimension to this warming lamb stew.

Author: Izabella Wentz PharmD.

Baja Fish Tacos

This spiced fish is served on a fresh corn tortilla with pickled red onion, Baja cream and slaw and a spoonful of your favorite tomato salsa-the best part of this taco is that most of the elements can...

Author: Monday Morning Cooking Club

White Chicken Chili

Whether you call this dish a chili or hearty chicken and bean stew, it's definitely a winner. The first time I made it for my kids, they asked me so many times what it was called, but by the end of the...

Author: Lisa Leake

Broccoli Cauliflower Casserole

The most tremendous veggie casserole in the history of veggie casseroles! I started making it around Thanksgiving as an alternative to broccoli-rice casserole, but it has slowly crept into other meals...

Author: Ree Drummond

Costa Rican Breakfast Bowl (Gallo Pinto)

Leftover rice and canned black beans makes this recipe quick and easy to throw together at the start the day.

Author: Darshana Thacker

Asparagus and Fontina Quiche

Mild, buttery Fontina cheese is delightful paired with earthy asparagus, but if you can't find it, you can replace it with provolone, or use all Gruyère here.

Author: Joanna Gaines

Lemon and Olive Oil Dressing

Along with a classic vinaigrette made with sherry vinegar and red-wine vinegar, this is an all-purpose dressing I turn to time and again.

Author: Patricia Wells

Cold Sesame Noodles with Cucumber

Remember those sesame noodles I used to order in New York as a cash- strapped actress? Well, I've re-created my own recipe here and, in my humble opinion, it's even better than the original. Best part?...

Author: Patricia Heaton

Asian Rice Noodle Salad

The best thing about this salad is how it comes together in no time at all. Asian rice noodles generally cook more quickly than wheat noodles and with the addition of the precut coleslaw mix the prep time...

Author: Lisa Leake

Crispy Chicken Stew with Lemon, Artichokes, Capers, and Olives

We love lemon, artichokes, and olives, so this dish just makes sense to us. We almost always leave the skin on our chicken thighs so we can render out some of the fat and crisp the skin to perfection....

Author: Katherine & Ryan Harvey

Chicken Bone Broth

This is how we make chicken bone broth at home. If you'd like, you can switch out the herbs and vegetables for others you prefer. For example, you could add leeks, celery, or a different type of onion....

Author: Katherine & Ryan Harvey

Blackened Salmon with Pineapple Salsa

Tame spicy baked salmon with a sweet pineapple-bell pepper salsa. Want to ramp up the heat even more? Leave the seeds in the jalapeño.

Author: Katrina Scott

Roasted Ducklings in Orange Sauce

Coating blanched ducklings in orange liqueur makes them develop a crisp, deep mahogany skin as they roast on a bed of orange slices and other aromatics.

Author: Monte Farber and Amy Zerner

One Pot Chicken and Chorizo

One for all the family, this is a versatile recipe that can be prepped in advance and any left overs stored for lunches. The chorizo provides a delicious amount of flavour to really spice up this chicken...

Author: Alice Liveing

Asparagus, Ham, and Poached Egg Salad

On an afternoon in May, a favorite Provençal bistro served us this utterly delicious and totally beautiful spring salad of blanched asparagus, a perfect poached egg draped with a shiny, fragrant slice...

Author: Patricia Wells

Fresh Peach Crostata

No pie plate or tart pan? Fold fresh peaches into a flaky pastry dough and bake on a sheet pan for an easy, no-fuss summer dessert.

Author: Kim Barnouin

Roasted Acorn Squash and Honey

Few side dishes are better on a cool fall evening than roasted acorn squash sweetened with just a little honey and made even mellower with nutmeg and fresh sage leaves. When I catch a whiff of it coming...

Author: Art Smith

Penne with Roasted Butternut Squash

Penne with Roasted Butternut Squash

Author: Angelo Acquista

Molten Chocolate Chunk Brownies

If you're not serving the brownie warm, let it cool in the tin, then turn out and slice into squares. It'll continue to set in the tin, but stay soft and fudgy in the center. The two types of sugar in...

Author: Donna Hay

Double Fried Chicken Wings

Double frying means this recipe turns out the crispiest chicken wings ever. Feel free to sauce them any way you like.

Author: Nguyen Tran

Fruit Galette

All kinds of seasonal fruit are great in galettes. Serve warm (with ice cream or whipped cream) or at room temperature.

Author: Lukas Volger

Brigadeiros

Somewhere between a fudgy chocolate truffle and a Tootsie Roll is the Brazilian confection known as the brigadeiro. The recipe is so dead simple it can hardly be called a recipe, and the possibilities...

Author: Shauna Sever

Goat Cheese Stuffed Lamb Burgers with Caramelized Red Onions

Lamb burgers are a great way to switch up burger night at home. Change is good, y'all! Lamb has more of an earthy, gamey flavor than beef, and it's completely delicious paired with creamy goat cheese and...

Author: Dennis Prescott

Mom's Stuffed Peppers

Give this American comfort food classic an Italian-American twist with ground beef, Parmesan, basil, and tomato sauce.

Author: Adriana Trigiani

Toasted Coconut Chia Pudding

Chia seeds thicken this dairy-free pudding as it sits: it's the perfect healthy, make-ahead dessert!

Author: Katrina Scott

Cavatappi with Broccolini, Brown Butter, and Sage

Fragrant sage combines with butter and Parmesan to create a luscious sauce, which complements the crunchy broccolini in this quick and easy pasta.

Author: Tracy Pollan

North African Chicken and Spinach Stew

This dish is my mother's interpretation of a meal we had at a friend's birthday party when we were young. We came home raving about it and had to try making it for ourselves!

Author: Jazz Smollett-Warwell

Spiced Zucchini Bread

Though we call this a bread, it's really more of a spice cake that uses grated fresh zucchini as a surprise ingredient. Serve it warm for breakfast, with cream cheese or butter and honey.

Author: Emeril Lagasse

Simple Shrimp, Coconut and Eggplant Curry

I love this curry because it's so simple and everything's made in one pot-perfect to share or enjoy alone, and I don't think it needs any rice!

Author: Amelia Freer

Mini Doughnut Muffins

Fresh doughnuts are one of the things I crave most, but making yeasted doughnuts is a lengthy, involved process that I often don't have time to undertake. Doughnut muffins are my solution. Jammy and bite...

Author: Martha Collison

Singaporean Chili Crab

This spicy, tangy, rich Southeast Asian seafood dish may have several elements, but once they all come together it's absolute magic.

Author: Nguyen Tran

Meat Loaf With Mushroom Gravy

My mom's meat loaf is inarguably better than yours, but this is not my mom's meat loaf recipe. This one is an amalgam, intended to evoke all the important meat loaves in my life-and there have been many:...

Author: Anthony Bourdain

Weeknight Tandoori Chicken

I almost never think to cook Indian food for some reason, but we received tandoori chicken in a Blue Apron box once and it turned out to be really good (love how those boxes help us branch out on occasion)!...

Author: Lisa Leake

Ginger and Almond Bars

Gluten-free bar cookies with an almond meal base and a candied ginger, sliced almond, and honey topping.

Author: Patricia Wells

Honey Garlic Noodles

These honey-garlic noodles are perfect as is, or as a side dish served with chicken, steak, or a fried egg or tossed with your favorite stir-fried veggies. The recipe comes together very quickly, so get...

Author: Dennis Prescott

Grilled Salmon with Meyer Lemons and Creamy Cucumber Salad

Meyer lemons' juice is more sweet than acidic, like a cross between a lemon and an orange. Even their zest is distinct-flowery more than citrusy-and they work so perfectly here.

Author: Joanna Gaines

Chicken and Root Vegetable Pot Pie

These savory pies are stuffed with sweet potatoes, parsnips, celery root, and-of course-chicken, for a satisfying, comforting meal.

Author: Art Smith

Coco Lopez Coconut Cake

Use this cake recipe to make The Coconut Cake recipe from Baked by Melissa.

Author: Melissa Ben-Ishay

Mixed Berry Crumble With Oats and Almonds

This ticks all the boxes for a healthy dessert. The mixture of oats, almonds, berries, dates, and cinnamon creates the perfect sustained energy-releasing treat that packs a hefty nutritional punch.

Author: Lorraine Pascale

Homemade Baked Tofu

Packaged baked tofu is tasty and not all that expensive, but homemade baked tofu is even better. The trick to this chewy, savory transformation of bland white tofu is to make sure it's well pressed and...

Author: Nava Atlas