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Wondering how to perfectly roast a whole chicken? This recipe walks you step by step through the process. Learn how to prep the chicken, roast veggies and even create a gravy you can serve alongside carved chicken. The quintessential Sunday dinner!

This flavor-infused chicken, marinated in a mixture of lemon, olive oil, garlic and herbs, is butterflied and grilled until crisp and juicy. Pair with a spinach salad and orzo for a nourishing meal.

This simple one-skillet meal is full of flavor! With only five ingredients, it makes an easy weeknight dinner for the whole family (even the kids will love it). This recipe easily doubles or triples to suit your family and tastes just as good, if not better, as leftovers — perfect for throwing in the kids’ or your husband’s lunch box. Drumsticks are generally one of the cheaper cuts of meat, so this will make for a quick, easy and budget-friendly meal.

The flavor of bright lemon mixed with the tangy sweet kick of cranberries make this meal a win. With minimal prep and mess, this dinner is ready from fridge to table in just 50 minutes. This dish looks beautiful when served in the same pan, but you can also toss all the cranberries into a bowl or blender to make a side sauce. Squeeze the lemon into the cranberries, add a touch of sweetness with sugar or honey and in just a few minutes have yourself a cranberry dipping sauce for both the chicken and Brussels sprouts. Feel free to get fun with the veggies, too! Add any other greens or root veggies your family loves — especially if you are serving any picky eaters.

Appliance used: Ninja® Foodi® 2-Basket Air Fryer

The secret to these succulent pork chops is in the garlic-infused marinade and vinegar and brown sugar dipping sauce, which takes minutes to make and can be stored for several months. Use sauce to top chicken, veggies or even a bowl of ice cream!

A comfort food favorite that never goes out of style! Here, a traditional rice and beans recipe is upgraded with Niman Ranch’s beer-infused cheddar bratwurst. This stick-to-your-ribs supper is just as good for Sunday dinner as it is any night of the week.

This Middle Eastern main dish is just right for hot summer days when the thought of heating up the kitchen is the last thing on your mind. A cool and refreshing yogurt sauce pairs nicely with these rich and satisfying kebabs, which can be tucked in naan bread or a pita.

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.

Apple-picking season is the perfect time to make this tangy harvest-inspired salad. Sauteed apple slices and grilled chicken top a healthy kale salad, which is dressed in a warm cider vinaigrette.

Keep an ice-cold beverage close at hand because these baked chicken chunks are HOT! The perfect appetizer for a football party, these bit-size morsels are roasted in the oven before being dunked in a spicy pepper oil. Serve with coleslaw, celery and blue cheese dressing and your favorite tailgate party foods.

This recipe may sound difficult to make, but with just four steps, prep to table takes just 50 minutes. Though easy, it looks quite impressive. Serve it when you want to treat someone special. Some tips to make this dish exceptional? Reserve a few extra slices of cheese and tuck them in 5 minutes before removing the pan from the oven to compensate for cheese that has melted out during the baking process. Also, be sure to bake cutlets in an uncovered pan to ensure that the Panko coating stays crispy.