Cassoulet is a classic dish from the south of France. If you took the time to make it the traditional way, say, using a Julia Child recipe, you'd need several days, including soaking dried beans in a cheesecloth, goose fat and other specialty ingredients. That way's...read more
For many people all over the world, beans and rice is a staple of their day-to-day diet. It's not hard to see why: Rice and beans are easy and inexpensive to make, are fantastic as leftovers and are incredibly comforting. It's also a great dish for when you're trying...read more
When many people think of Italian food, they imagine "red sauce" Italian--spaghetti bolognese, lasagna, meatballs. While this is unquestionably an important part of Italian cooking, it's mostly to be found in Southern Italy and Sicily, the island just off the boot of...read more
Looking for a new spin on chili? This hearty and delicious stew features many of the same ingredients as regular old chili does--tomatoes, pinto beans, chilis and hot sauce--but lean, slow-cooked pork gives it a distinct Mexican flair. You'll also find a hint of brown...read more
Casseroles can be a lifesaver for busy parents. They're quick, they're easy, cleanup is a snap and you don't have to make a side dish. Many casseroles can be made the night before or even frozen for an easy meal in the future. Yep, we all agree, casseroles are pretty...read more
Think nachos have to be a heavy, unhealthy dish? Okay, maybe it won't win any prizes for healthiest dish ever--unless you replaced the chips with kale--but that doesn't mean it has to be a calorie bomb. By making many of the ingredients at home, you can lighten the...read more
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