Who says you need hours to make a restaurant-quality meal? Curtis Stone proves you don't with his easy recipes for steak with red wine sauce and Brussels sprouts...
Al Roker shares his steak, potato and creamed spinach recipes to help you make a 5-star steakhouse dinner at home.
Cook up some serious restaurant-style fare in just 30 minutes with chef Curtis Stone's recipe for steak with peppercorns and red wine sauce.
In this recipe, Curtis Stone dresses up standard pan-roasted Brussels sprouts with two intriguing ingredients: chorizo and caraway seeds.
Make perfect baked potatoes every time with Al Roker's easy 3-ingredient recipe.
Make creamed spinach even better by adding crispy bacon bits with this recipe from Al Roker.
Dr. Oz show us some of his genius healthy swaps for our favorite comfort foods: macaroni and cheese and meatloaf.
Dr. Oz's meaty take on meatloaf is healthier than many traditional recipes, but still packs a flavorful punch.
Daphne Oz recreates the creaminess of boxed mac and cheese in a much healthier way using butternut squash.
Combine beefy burgers and cheesy nachos with Bobby Flay's delicious nacho burgers that are perfect for game-day.
Make guacamole even better with pickled onions and roasted poblano peppers.
Chef Bobby Flay cooks up nacho-topped burgers and smoky guacamole to serve a your next tailgate party.
Dylan Dreyer and Sheinelle Jones make spiced salmon and sweet blueberry buckle for Al Roker.
Make Dylan Dreyer's easy blueberry buckle with sweet streusel topping.
Lidia Bastianich makes garden vegetables and fresh shrimp the stars in this quick and easy pasta primavera.
Classic English toad in the hole gets an Italian twist with sausages and a savory red wine sauce.
Homemade challah just got a whole lot easier with this no-knead, make-ahead recipe.
Serve mozzarella-stuffed arancini rice balls with savory tomato sauce for your next party.
Use apples and honey in your Rosh Hashanah entree with cider roasted chicken and sweet chutney.
Fry up golden, mozzarella-stuffed arancini bites and put an Italian twist on a classic toad in the hole.
Make your Rosh Hashanah meal easy and delicious with apple cider roasted chicken, tender beef brisket and no-knead challah bread.
Forget hot soup: This chilled carrot and beet borscht is cool, earthy and refreshing.
Make this easy and delicious 10-hour brisket for Rosh Hashanah. Just put the ingredients in a roasting pan and let the oven do the work.
Sure, we all love pumpkin pie and pumpkin spice occasionally, but there's so more to fall foods than gourds.
Atlanta-themed turkey burgers and onion dip go head-to-head with Green Bay-inspired brats and chili-pimento cheese dip for football Sunday.
Add a taste of Georgia to your turkey burgers with sweet and smoky grilled peaches.
Grill up juicy bratwursts, braise them in beer and serve them in buns with all the fixings for a great game day meal.
Warm, spicy chili and creamy pimento cheese come together to create an irresistible game-day dip.
Sweet Vidalia onions are the star of this easy, creamy and delicious game-day dip.
Al Roker welcomes autumn with succulent bacon-wrapped scallops and an earthy root vegetable purée.
You don't have to eat out to enjoy restaurant-quality salad. Make this Chinese-inspired chicken salad with crispy noodles at home.
Watching football and eating dip go hand-in-hand. Satisfy your game day cravings with this warm spinach, chicken and artichoke dip.
Make restaurant-style creamy spinach and artichoke dip and a Chinese-inspired chicken salad with crispy noodles at home.
Keep summer going a little bit longer with beet and burrata salad, grilled steak with salsa verde and a sparkling spiked rose cocktail.
Roasted beets, creamy burrata cheese, zesty lime and fresh herbs come together in this easy and delicious summer salad.
Toast to the end of summer with an orange-scented, bubbly rosé cocktail.
Enjoy the flavors of summer while you still can with grilled steak served with cherry tomatoes and baby eggplant.
When it comes to grilled cheese sandwiches, look no further than the "Sandwich King" Jeff Mauro for guidance.
Chef Dan Barber shares his favorite techniques and tasty recipes to cut down on food waste in your kitchen.
The florets aren't the only edible part of broccoli. The stems can be made into a delicious and nutritious dish, too.
This veggie-packed burger cuts down on food waste by using up leftover vegetable pulp.
Singer Patti LaBelle's sweet potato pie may be sold out in stores but Today.com got the recipe