Pernil is a perfect recipe for entertaining as it serves a crowd and only requires a few minutes of active time on the part of the cook.
Elevate the flavors of a Louisiana crawfish boil with fresh herbs, tender gnocchi and fragrant truffle oil.
Warm and hearty Guinness-infused beef stew is the perfect comfort food for colder months.
Stefan DeArmon’s cornbread is simple, easy to make and, most importantly, incredibly delicious.
Make Valerie Bertinelli's one-pot beef bourguignon for a wonderful warming winter dinner.
Load up warming chicken soup with leafy greens, root veggies and fresh herbs to ward off the winter blues.
Savory herbs, earthy mushrooms and aromatic garlic give roasted chicken tons of flavor.
Top tender beef and buttery vegetables with fluffy mashed potatoes for a comforting weekend dinner.
Braised brisket gets big and bold flavors from spicy harissa, hot sauce and smoky paprika.
Make easy Asian-inspired soup with frozen pot stickers for a quick and filling meal.
Serve Jean-Georges' tender, soy-glazed short-ribs for an impressive Valentine's Day dinner.
Spicy garlic bread bites are perfect for snacking, dipping and topping soups or salads.
Hearty beans, bright tomatoes and crispy pancetta make pasta fazool soup a perfect winter meal.
Old Bay oyster crackers add crunch and spice to classic New England clam chowder.
Carson's big sister, Quinn Daly, bakes up his favorite individual chicken pot pies.
Broccoli becomes the main attraction in this wintry side dish with sweet oranges and crunchy pistachios.
Bake up a big, square grandma-style pizza for a delicious dinner that will please the whole family.
Substitute sweet butternut squash for plain potatoes to make fries even more fun and flavorful.
Top classic, comforting meatloaf with bacon for a crispy and delicious finish.
Comforting braised lamb shanks with goat cheese polenta will warm you up on cold winter nights.
Fill homemade ravioli with tender braised meat and top them with fresh tomato sauce and basil.
Chloe Coscarelli's vegan chili recipe is hearty, satisfying and comes together quickly.
In this healthy recipe, baked apples are stuffed with muesli for a no-sugar-added treat that's great for breakfast or dessert.
Brittany Williams, of "Instant Loss" fame, shares her healthy chicken soup recipe that comes together in just 1 minute when using an Instant Pot.
Cut the calories and fat this Christmas with this lightened up eggnog recipe from nutrition guru Joy Bauer.
This savory tomato tart (with plenty of brie!) will get everyone’s appetite going.
When you need a last-minute dessert, you turn to a tart. Why not do the same for appetizers?
This recipe gets everything done in one pan and the glaze goes with the apples and Brussels sprouts wonderfully.
Cooking slow and low then roasting allows you to use the oven for other dishes.
This show-stopping recipe uses simple grocery store ingredients so the kids can easily get involved as it comes together quickly.
The trifle is sort of a "greatest hits" of the flavors of the holiday season all in one easy dish.
This wild rice soup can be used if you have a leftover roast turkey or can be easily whipped up from scratch.
Making homemade marshmallows is way easier than you think! Use your cookie cutters to make these adorable holiday drink toppings.
Impress without the stress with this flavorful roast recipe that will have guests coming back for seconds and even next-day leftovers!
Serve up a savory pie filled with tender short ribs, flavorful veggies and rich gravy for a warming, stick-to-your-ribs dinner.
Make mashed potatoes even more delicious with melty cheese, caramelized onions and fresh herbs.
Infuse red wine with zesty citrus, warm spices and dried fruit for an easy fall cocktail.
Martina McBride gives classic chicken tortailla soup a creamy, dreamy texture with sour cream.
One-pot pot roast from Martina McBride is perfect for feeding the family a hearty meal and makes clean up easy.
Turn chicken pot pie into a family-friendly casserole with a savory filling and flaky biscuit topping.
Dip brats in pancake batter, then deep fry them for an indulgent breakfast tailgate feast.