This comforting and reliable classic features tuna, egg noodles, cream of mushroom soup and peas, topped with a crunchy bread crumb topping - it's just delicious!
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Thanks to succulent pork belly and fresh herbs like rosemary, sage and thyme, this Italian classic is worth the effort.
We love this combination of lightly cooked salmon, crispy prosciutto and lemony, creamy pasta.
This classic Italian pasta dish is as simple as it gets. The name literally translates to "cheese and pepper" -- and that's all you need to create a flavorful pasta sauce.
With just a little planning ahead of time, you can enjoy this satisfying and tender barbecue brisket any day of the week. Marinate the brisket the night before, to get the most flavorful result.
You can grill these flavorful scallops in a grill pan or an outdoor grill depending on the weather. Be sure to watch the scallops closely, as it takes just a few minutes on the heat for them to cook through.
Lightly grilled escarole combined with tangy tomato vinaigrette makes an irresistible accompaniment to juicy beef tenderloin. Serve with grilled baguette.
This brothy salmon dish is bright with rice wine vinegar and ginger.
This is a simple noodle soup prepared in a deep, complex broth. The broth is flavored with dried shiitake, which are ground before added to the pot.
This traditional West African dish is a favorite right here at home…it features chicken, rice and veggies all in one skillet, so clean-up is a breeze.
This smart way of preparing a simple, classic dish will spice up your dinner routine. In less than 40 minutes, you’ll have this fresh pasta dish on the table for the whole family to enjoy.
This soup is simply the cold-weather classic. Serve with fresh, crusty bread.
This flavorful Italian dish can be ready and on your table in just 30 minutes. Spiked with a bit of vodka and salty capicola, it will be just the thing to get you through the week.
If you love shrimp and love saganaki, do yourself a favor and put the two together for a delicious dinner you won't soon forget.
These ribs are slow cooked until they fall off the bone -- a perfect cooking project for a long, Holiday weekend. Happy grilling!
It's August, which means it's time to grill all the tacos you can before summer is over.
This rich, chunky mushroom ragout is great on everything from pasta to seared halibut or sautéed scallops. If you prefer, use vegetable stock instead of chicken stock for a great vegetarian sauce.
Pressed for time? This delectable casserole has everything you're looking for, chicken, veggies, biscuits, and a cheesy creamy sauce, ready to serve in just 45 minutes!
Invite some friends over, fire up the grill, pop open a bottle of rose and enjoy the summer evening with these spicy shrimp kebabs.
What could be better than pizza for dinner? Except maybe your very own personal pizza -- to top as you please.
The nutty richness of brown butter transforms leftover green beans. Pair them with cheese ravioli, and you have a quick and delicious weeknight meal.
Chicken is browned then simmered with white beans and spinach in a rich onion and garlic-seasoned Italian sauce.
No one will know that this impressive and flavorful bird took only 15 minutes of prep work. We won't tell if you don't!
Chorizo is a spicy sausage that combines with chicken thighs, paprika, garlic and white wine to make this absolutely mouthwatering, one-skillet dish.
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