This recipe is ideal for a small gathering. Sunday dinner, a holiday feast or any special occasion is the perfect time to make this turkey breast pot roast. Turkey slowly stews in a dutch oven with a medley of vegetables ― tasty, tender and delicious!
This stick-to-your-ribs recipe is a crowd pleaser, for sure! Green chiles and classic seasonings add just the right Tex-Mex flavor. Serve with sour cream, fresh lime wedges and seasoned tortilla strips.
Comfort food can't get much better than this flavor-filled noodle bowl, which incorporates chicken thigh meat, shitake mushrooms and your favorite Asian spices. Serve with hot sauce on the side for those who enjoy a little kick.
A French Quarter favorite that's perfect on a chilly fall or winter's day! This quick and easy take on a classic Louisiana-style recipe calls for sweet Italian sausage, but feel free to swamp in hot sausage and add a splash or two of hot sauce to give the recipe a kick.
The perfect centerpiece of a Hanukkah feast and ideal for any cold, wintery day! This braised brisket recipe is easy to make, with melt-in-your-mouth results!
This rich and satisfying soup is certain to warm you up on chilly autumn and winter days. This homemade ham and bean soup recipe will make good use of leftover ham. Add in your favorite 10 bean soup pack, garlic and seasonings and let simmer while you prepare the rest of your meal.
Here’s how to make white bean soup that warms the soul on chilly winter days! In this recipe Andouille sausage stands in place of ham and lends a spicy hint, while kale serves up a burst of nutrients and color. Add red pepper flakes, if you prefer your soup on the hotter side.
This warm, yummy and filling dark stout-infused beef stew is the perfect one-pot dish to serve on chilly autumn and winter days. Start with premium grass-fed beef and add garden herbs, root vegetables and dark brown sugar to make a traditional beef stew the family will love.
This hearty wintertime soup is flavored with cumin and your favorite salsa. Kielbasa sausage adds a hint of spice and the addition of black beans gives this soup a chili-like consistency. Enjoy with a dollop of sour cream on top.