This Scalloped Potatoes and Ham recipe is true comfort food. Warm and creamy, this recipe has a light scattering of cheddar cheese to bring everything together.
This Greek chicken recipe uses the traditional Greek flavor combination of oregano, lemon juice, and garlic along with a little thyme and olive oil to create a delicious dish that will make you feel like you’re eating dinner under the Acropolis.
The sweet tang in maple syrup and bourbon come together to create a scrumptious glaze that is absolutely delicious in this roast turkey breast recipe.
If you’re looking for a tastier Thanksgiving here are nine of our favorite holiday recipes that will make your Thanksgiving meal planning easy as pie.
In this recipe, dark rum, exotic spices, and delicious apple cider come together to create a punch that will keep you and your guests warm all night long.
Gently smoked duck breasts have a rich smokey flavor that highlights the duck’s natural goodness, creating a perfect dish for nice dinners.
Grilled pork tenderloin with fresh herbs is a simple, elegant dish. The fresh flavors from the rosemary and thyme are the perfect compliment to the pork that gets even better after the grill has added a little char.
Wild rice with butternut squash and dried cherries is a delicious dish that brings the flavors of fall to life. This recipe combines wild rice’s earthy nuttiness with butternut squash’s creamy texture and cherries’ bright sweetness.
Pinto beans cooked with dried chilies have a deep, rich southwestern flavor. This pinto bean recipe uses ancho chilies and a pasilla pepper to create a healthy and delicious dish.
The Big Ginger is a delicious cocktail that combines a good, crisp Irish whiskey with the refreshing taste of ginger ale. To lighten the drink up and add some citrus notes a lemon and lime wedge are invited along.
Slowly smoked chicken legs have a rich smokey flavor and warm buttery texture that melts in your mouth.
Serving a Greek salad with lemon vinaigrette is a great way to highlight summer vegetables at their peak. This salad has enough going on that it can be served by itself as a lunch or as a main course for dinner.
To make delicious grilled asparagus all you need is a little olive oil, lemon juice, sea salt, and garlic. This recipe uses the grill to add a little char that highlights the asparagus’ natural flavors.