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This recipe marries beef broth, red wine, garlic and fresh herbs for rich, savory short ribs that are sure to please.
These fresh-tasting burgers make an easy weeknight meal. No buns here; you can serve these wrapped in romaine or Bibb lettuce leaves and eat them with your hands. Make sure your millet isn't too dry or the burgers won't stick together!
It's salmon season here in California, and so it's time for some tasty gluten-free salmon recipes. This tender, juicy salmon paired with roasted cauliflower, carrots and potatoes is a dish that's sure to please.
Whether for a special treat for kids or as a special snack for grown-ups, these DIY fish sticks are baked for a more nutritious alternative to frying, and sure to please.
Thanksgiving dinner is one of the culinary highlights of the year. Family and friends join together to share a blessed moment when they give thanks for each other and for homes, jobs, and the opportunity to live comfortable lives. We may give thanks for peace, decent weather, surviving illness, or just making it through another day.
In this version, Cornish hens are butterflied, then prepared in a sage butter to deliver a savory dinner entree.
Sweet potato fries are always a hit. In the first version, the sweet potatoes are battered in corn starch and fried, in the second version, they are baked. Take your pick. Either way, they will make a delicious hit at your next gathering.
This recipe uses Cornish hens and white wine to deliver a tasty variation on the great French classic Coq au Vin.
This recipe marinates flank steak in gluten-free beer and Sriracha Rooster sauce.
This recipe features quinoa blended with garlic, onion, cumin, diced tomatoes spinach and beans, and stuffed into red bell peppers and roasted for a flavor-packed gluten-free vegetarian delight.
This chicken blends creamy mushroom soup, sour cream, sherry and paprika for a risk, yet subtle flavor that is sure to please.
Want an easy, sure-fire hit for your next cookout? These grilled garlic shrimp are just the ticket! They are super easy to make and will have your guests coming back for more.
Perfect with drinks before dinner, these shrimp are quickly roasted and then paired with Parmesan chive butter for a tasty snack with just the right amount of flair.
Want to take a sharp turn at the intersection of Boring and Dinner? Want to move rapidly to a new, more exciting suppertime destination?
Here's a recipe that will make even the most jaded steak-lover smile. A nice thick, juicy Porterhouse pan seared to perfection and served with herbed Maitre D'Butter.
Chicken is marinated in yogurt, buttermilk and herbs, then grilled outside for a tangy, tender treat that's sure to make a bit hit at your next grill session.
What do you get when you cross French toast with a BLT? A savory, decadent culinary hybrid that will delight at brunch.
This recipe delivers every time. Make an easy marinade in the food processor or blender. Marinate the chicken overnight, and toss it on the grill to make a winning lunch or dinner entree.
A good pot roast is a thing of beauty that will delight most any eater, and provide a generous amount of leftovers for days to come.
This cheesy broccoli casserole is as easy as throwing a few simple ingredients into a baking dish and cooking until heated through.