Like Bloody Marys for brunch, Pot Roast is an all-American Sunday tradition. But unlike that old hangover helper, most of us haven’t had a decent pot roast since Grandma moved to Arizona. This recipe will tell you everything you need to know to make the perfect pot roast yourself.
Cold winter days are made for food that’s hot & savory & gooey & cheesy. This saucy one-pot meatball bake checks all the boxes for winter comfort food and will take you less than an hour to make.
She says you’re in charge of making the stuffing because even a 6-year old could make stuffing. But if you’re gonna do it, let us help you do it properly. This cornbread stuffing recipe includes 2 of the 3 food groups: Sriracha and sausage. It’ll take 30 minutes to prepare, but that’s a half hour well spent.
You and your college roommates probably invented the quesadilla-pizza one blurry Sunday Morning in a destroyed kitchen amid a sea of empties. Who doesn’t dream of re-capturing the magic of those times? Do it now. Make a pizzadilla.
A healthy dose of fresh herb will improve the flavor of any meal. And women worldwide would attest that wine helps, too. This recipe calls for both. Roasted chicken with white wine and herbs is a classic, easy-to-make meal but as you prep yourself with wine and herbs, don’t forget to add the chicken.
The great thing about Oktoberfest is that it gives you a month-long excuse to have a bier in hand at all times. And to remedy the effects of the annual 31-day bender, we found a hearty sausage & potato stew that will keep you upright between stein refills.
If there’s an occasion, situation or setting which the dark, smoky flavor of Porter does not improve, we haven’t found it yet. Another example on our side is this Chorizo black bean soup that, aside from the obvious ingredients, requires 24-ounces of Porter.
When it’s your turn to cook, take our advice. This ridiculous recipe requires just one pot, takes only 30 minutes, and as you can see above, includes the words pizza and pasta. Not a combo that’s likely to get a lot of complaints. You’re welcome.
We’ll admit, the greasy, frozen-then-deep fried Jalapeño Poppers found at restaurants where the menus feature pictures of the food are pretty hard to resist, especially after 3 or 4 pitchers. But try making your own at home—don’t skimp on the bacon—and we’re pretty sure yours will be better.
The picture alone is enough to make your mouth water unless you happen to be a lactose intolerant vegetarian. And if that’s the case, this recipe for a cheesy ravioli and Italian sausage skillet will only make you jealous.