As with any slowly braised dish, this pot roast will benefit greatly in flavor if left to cool, refrigerated overnight, and gently reheated before serving.
This rich and creamy chili comes together in a flash thanks to quick-cooking chicken thighs and canned white beans.
Whether you love them or hate them — spooky Peeps are back.
If you’re looking for a pasta dish that’s comforting and easy to make, look no further.
This is a colorful side dish that is complements most poultry and lamb.
These chocolate chip scones are the ideal breakfast treat: They’re flaky, moist and not too sweet.
This bread signals that autumn is upon us. It’s also a yummy way to use up any surplus summer squash.
Tossing Brussels sprouts in a vinaigrette takes them to a whole new level that pairs well with this cabbage-like green.
The concentrated heat from the air fryer halves the time it would take to roast beets in the oven, and your results will be even crispier.
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Here's a look at how you can make chicken nuggets, pizzas, crunchwrap supremes and more — all in your own kitchen.
Even for vegetable lovers, beets can be a hard sell. Beets are one of those love-'em-or-hate-'em vegetables, with strong opinions on both sides. As beets come into their peak season from late summer through late fall, the debate rages on.
From the creamy, nutty butternut squash to the hint of sweetness from apple cider, this recipe highlights the best flavors of fall.
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