To get the flavor of the city, go hungry, and make plans for stops at these southern favorites that are replete with homey dishes.
Cooler weather certainly stirs the craving for warmer foods. And isn't it funny that warmer foods conjure up steaming mashed potatoes, cheesy macaroni, and not necessarily a bowl of steamed carrots?
Not a cook? Fine. But you might want to learn how to make a proper mac and cheese or try your hand at baking -- before it's too late and you have to speed to Boston Market to buy a dilapidated apple pie and sub-par side.
Most of the country is smack dab in the middle of a cold winter. That means we are craving comfort foods, soups, and hearty dishes. Grilling burgers...
Crock-Pot pulled chicken is basically a blank canvas for brilliance.
He might have stopped at one of his favorite taco trucks on the way home. But if not, he's starving! So what does he grab when he walks in the door? It's probably not what you think.
There are few things better than an iconic American delicatessen.
A great strategy to prevent emotional eating is to trade food for a short bout of exercise with your fitness-minded friends. Physically, exercise reduces stress and anxiety, alleviates boredom, and releases feel-good endorphins. Getting one of your supportive friends to join you can squash feelings of loneliness and provide an opportunity for you to vent, too.
Sometimes I've been surprised as I was when I once ordered the Little Beast Burger with red onion bacon jam and maytag bleu aioli. It was plump and juicy and simply one of the best burger experiences I've ever had.
When it comes to comfort food, Hall likes to widen the definition beyond just her favorite Southern classics.
Staying true the Greek-salad inspiration, I kept this macaroni and cheese lean and mean with a secret ingredient.
They're basically like fancy cheese fries. Let's keep that little secret between us!
These 23 spots represent a panoramic view of today's American diner.
Keep them happy and warm in the kitchen with these simple and delicious recipes.
It worked for Aunt Sadie; it'll work for you. Even if you're not sick (yet), it'll taste mighty good.