Buffalo chicken fingers fried to perfection and dipped into a spicy buffalo wing sauce is how you start a tailgate or game day celebration.
This easy fish chowder soup recipe is creamy and hearty and can be ready in under an hour.
This vegetarian casserole feeds a crowd. Loaded with fresh eggplant, baby spinach and fire roasted tomatoes, this Cheesy Eggplant Bake is a perfect weeknight dinner.
Baked Honey Barbecue Chicken is slow roasted and basted with a honey ketchup glaze that results in fall-off-the-bone deliciousness no one can resist!
Use up last night’s beef brisket for this Rigatoni Bolognese dinner tonight. Loaded with carrots and mushrooms on top of pasta, this dinner is comfort food at its finest.
Hatteras Clam Chowder is a simple broth-based chowder loaded with redskin potatoes, vegetables and chopped clams perfect for cold winter nights on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
Enjoy a classic in a smaller portion. These Individual Chicken Pot Pies are mini servings but just as delicious as the whole pie!
My maple roasted brussel sprouts are the ideal side dish for any holiday dinner. They are caramelized with sweet onions, crunchy pecans and drizzled with a maple mustard dressing.
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!
Fall off the bone tender and delicious, these oven braised beef short ribs are cooked in a rich gravy and are so easy to make.
Layers of lasagna noodles, fresh spinach, mozzarella and ricotta cheeses, and a trio of ground beef, hot sausage and veal make up this delicious casserole which is topped with homemade tomato sauce.
This loaded creamy cauliflower cheese soup is a healthy option that is full of flavor.
Turn last night’s leftovers into a classic cottage pie in 30 minutes. It’s the ultimate comfort food this winter.
This easy baked skillet pasta recipe features the flavors of pork sausage and fennel in a red wine ragu. It’s cheesy, meaty and delicious and can be on your table in under an hour.
Whip up this easy homemade chicken noodle soup in under 30 minutes using rotisserie chicken.
Rich and creamy crab bisque made with chunks of freshly cracked Alaskan King crab meat can be on your table in 30 minutes.
Broccoli and cheddar go together like love and marriage. You can’t have one without the other, right? That’s why I married these two ingredients in my Oven Baked Broccoli & Cheddar Risotto.
Turn plain ole burger into something gourmet and restaurant worthy. My homemade 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.
Have you ever had jambalaya? Not the kind out of a box but the homemade dish like what you get in New Orleans?
Granola Blondie Bars are delicious, chewy and loaded with oats, honey, almonds and topped with chocolate chips for the perfect treat for the holidays.
Transform a basic roasted whole chicken into something spectacular with a squeeze of ruby red grapefruit juice and a drizzle a sweet local honey.
By roasting the broccoli and the other veggies in the salad with some dried herbs the taste is transformed into something fabulous.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart with a colorful arrangement of citrus on a bed of greens. This Winter Sweet Citrus Salad with Pomegranate & Pistachios says “I love you!”
This easy chicken vegetable soup in the crock pot or on the stove top is chock full of vegetables, low in salt, low fat and high in protein.
Explore the colors of the rainbow with this low-sodium, high-fiber, healthy delicious dinner. My Wholesome Rainbow Couscous Stuffed Peppers are on the menu today!
Tender chunks of potato, crispy bits of pancetta, summer sweet crisp corn. Couldn’t you go for a bowl of that right about now?
Each spoonful is bursting with the sweet and tart flavor of fresh tomatoes, the intense taste of the fruit sun dried at the height of ripeness and the salty smoky flavor of the bacon.
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.
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.