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Love yellow sliced American cheese singles, but can't stand the ingredients? Make your own!
Mix ham with mustard and spices to make deviled ham, the easiest, trashiest charcuterie you'll ever taste!
You'll make short work of your leftover ham, with these sweet sandwiches, brushed with butter and brown sugar.
A few simple ingredients magically transform Nutella hazelnut spread into a rich, moist bundt cake.
The flavors of cheddar cheese, broccoli, onion, and bacon transform this classic cheese soup into grilled cheese form.
This inspired twist on a traditional beef stew is flavored with smoky chipotle spice and sharp, pungent bleu cheese.
This is Springtime in sandwich form: boiled egg, pan-roasted asparagus, and pickled onion make a light lunch.
Vegetarian-friendly layers of buttery puff pastry topped with roasted leeks and crumbled goat cheese.
Refrigerator overflowing with leftover corned beef and potatoes? Respin your leftovers into this spicy breakfast hash!
A grilled cheese sandwich version of an eggplant Parmesan, with fried eggplant, tomato sauce, and melty mozzarella.
This classic warm Maine comfort food dip is made with succulent fresh Maine lobster, and is served in a bread bowl.
How do you coax some extra flavor out of a Wintertime tomato? You slow-roast it in bacon fat, confit-style.
Our roasted Yukon Gold potatoes covered in olive oil get golden crisp using only the oven, with a fluffy, creamy inside.
These chocolate chip cookies are made with brown butter, and a sprinkle of bacon, for an unexpected, salty crunch.
Golden fried shrimp tacos on corn tortillas with cabbage cilantro slaw and ancho chile tartar sauce.
This rich, decadent soup is made with brown ale, sharp cheddar cheese, smoky bacon, and spicy jalapeno.
It's not a shepard's pie, and it's not a pot pie...but this dish made with chicken, peas, and potatoes will warm your bones.
Meaty swordfish steaks bathed in a bright, rich puttanesca sauce, made with tomatoes, olives, and capers.
Our recipe for perfect, golden, crisp-skinned roast chicken uses just four ingredients. Illustrated with photos.
"Green Bean Casserole" grilled cheese with Camembert cheese, green beans, mushrooms, and french-fried onions.
This hearty green chili verde is made with slow-cooked pork shoulder, roasted tomatillos, and dozens of poblano peppers.
Tiny "Bacon and Egg" candies made with white chocolate and pretzels deliver a perfect sweet and salty combo.
Making giant soft pretzels at home is easy, and so much better than going to the mall.
Our classic New England clam and mussel linguine doesn't skimp on the white wine, butter, and garlic.
Our General Tso's chicken is lighter, spicier, and has greater depth than anything from a Chinese takeout menu.
The secret to getting a perfectly flaky, chewy scallion pancake lies in the folding technique...it's worth the extra effort.
Our version of the classic Chinese takeout dish is light as air, crispy-fried and stuffed with pork and shrimp.
We make the Chinese takeout classic at home, with pork, cabbage, and homemade dumpling wrappers.
Porchetta, a classic Italian street food that features a pork loin wrapped in a slab of skin-on pork belly, with aromatics.
We make every element of eggs Benedict from scratch, including the English muffins and the Hollandaise sauce.
Inspired by Vietnamese pho, this dressed-up packaged ramen noodle soup makes the perfect Winter warmer.
Featuring dried beef smothered in gravy, served on toast, is a classic warmer...for the cost of a newspaper.
We reverse-engineered the classic Hostess Sno-Ball, chocolate cupcakes filled with vanilla, and dipped in coconut.
Hot soup is ladled over a surprise: a cheesy scoop of fresh ricotta and Parmesan. This soup is like liquid pizza.