My copycat diner meatloaf is slow roasted and glazed with a sweet barbecue sauce and melts in your mouth. It is the ideal comfort food and a delicious meal no one can say no to!
Turn plain ole burger into something gourmet and restaurant worthy. My Salisbury steak meatballs are smothered in a rich onion gravy and are the definition of comfort food at its finest.
Hot sausage and succulent shrimp marry well smothered in a spicy Parmesan cream sauce atop of bed of rigatoni.
Fresh sweet blackberries give this barbecue sauce punch. It’s sweet and delicious drizzled on top of grilled pork tenderloin sliders.
Cast Iron Skillet Roasted Chicken Breasts with Carrots & Potatoes | www.homeandplate.com | The chicken is nestled in a cast-iron skillet in a flavorful white wine sauce and paired with honey gold bite-size potatoes and tender carrots.
The secret to these classic crab cakes is that the succulent crab meat is mixed with just the right amount of crunchy Panko breadcrumbs.
Fresh tomatoes and artichoke hearts cooked in a lemony white wine sauce makes for a tangy partner to this firm, low-fat whitefish.
This simple yet versatile recipe results in delicious and tender tasting pork roast that falls apart when you cut it. That’s my kind of pork.
Brine and roast your turkey for the juiciest most flavorful showstopper on your holiday table. Get step-by-step instructions and plenty of tips to make your Thanksgiving and Christmas the best meal of the year!
Pork tenderloin roasted in the oven or grilled on the barbie is a simple, easy meal that takes very little prep work. The pork is flavored with fresh rosemary and thyme from the garden and is wrapped in prosciutto.
Don’t be afraid to step out of the box with this midweek recipe. Wild-caught sockeye salmon is high in protein, vitamin D and Omega – 3 fatty acids. It’s a healthy choice for a mid week meal. And it just tastes so good.
Wild sockeye salmon, also known as red salmon or blue skin salmon, is actually known for its bright red skin. And it doesn’t take much to prepare. Garnish this fish with a little bit of olive oil, kosher salt and fresh ground pepper and pop it in the oven for about 15 minutes.
This easy cheesy casserole hits the spot on a cold fall night. Can you say comfort food?
What’s easier than tossing together tender bits of roasted chicken breast, hash brown potatoes, shredded cheddar cheese and your favorite mixed vegetables.