A new twist on a traditional chicken dish, this recipe calls for Gruyere and prosciutto in place of sliced deli ham and cheese. A rich and creamy white wine and mushroom sauce can be spooned on top of chicken or served on the side as a dipping sauce.
A quick and easy weeknight dinner, this pasta dish pairs some of our favorite flavors: the spicy goodness of bratwurst, hop bitterness and sweetness of amber ale and the rich and creamy decadence of Parmesan cheese. Peas lend a hint of color and also subtle crunch.
We took the classic flavor of a Philadelphia cheese steak sandwich and paired it with our tender, juicy chicken for a homemade pizza your family will love! If you're feeling ambitious, trying making your own dough, and serve piping-hot pizza with ice cold beer or soda.
This recipe is easy to make ahead. Prep the pork and store in the refrigerator overnight. Bake the next day, boil the noodles and enjoy a one-plate dinner infused with lemon, herb and garlic flavors.
These bites taste exactly like the honey sesame chicken from Panda Express, if not better! And since you can only get it a few weeks out of the year from them, why not whip up your own giant batch?! This recipe also freezes great! Spread out on a pan or cookie sheet, and freeze individually before placing in a freezer-safe container or bag. Then either place back in a pan or bake until heated through for a quick and easy meal. (You can also microwave, but you won’t get the same satisfying crunch.)
We think this may just be the best macaroni and cheese recipe on the planet! Why, you ask? Because we take the traditional baked macaroni and cheese recipe and infuse it with Niman Ranch’s tender and juicy apple and gouda sausage, plus an extra serving of smoked gouda cheese. To cut the richness of the cheese, accompany this comfort-food dish with a glass of Cabernet.
A healthier spin on fried chicken and potatoes, this recipe is packed with flavor and serves up half the guilt. Since it only takes about 30 to 40 minutes to make, it’s perfect for meal prepping or busy weekday dinners. If you’re serving any picky eaters, try subbing some of the asparagus for rainbow carrot slices, green beans or any other long veggies. Not only will it offer more variety, it will give even more pops of color. To maintain the bright colors of the asparagus or other veggies (and impress guests!), blanche veggies by dropping them in boiling water for a minute and transferring to ice water before sautéing with the garlic cloves!
This may be the best ever stuffed pork loin recipe! The ideal centerpiece to a fall harvest feast (or alternative to traditional Thanksgiving turkey), this pork loin roast melds the best of sweet and savory. Serve with a side of seasonal veggies and a glass of dry, crisp Riesling.
Sun-dried tomatoes, feta, ground lamb and a host of Mediterranean spices lend complexity to this classic stuffed eggplant dish. While still piping hot and right before you serve, be sure to drizzle eggplants with a touch of extra virgin olive.
Wow dinner guests will this elegant main course! Steak is pan-seared in a butter-rosemary mixture and then kept warm in the oven while you prepare a quick and easy sauce with your favorite brand of cognac or brandy. Serve with garlic-smashed potatoes, salad and a side of vegetables to complete the meal.
The perfect main course for the holidays, a special occasion or a romantic dinner for two, this easy Beef Wellington recipe will become one of your favorites. Filets are topped with cararmelized onions and a Gorgonzola cheese compound butter before being wrapped in a delicate puff pastry.