Cubes of pork are soaked in a sour orange marinade and then slow-roasted until tender.
Make this eye-catching upside down cake from Kristen Kish's sous chef, Robeisy Sanchez, originally adapted from Cook's Illustrated.
Who doesn't love a steaming bowl of chicken soup on a cold day?
Enjoy cornbread any time of the day with The Pioneer Woman's flavorful cornbread muffins.
The Pioneer Woman makes hearty chili with ground beef, hearty beans and savory spices.
Pureed cauliflower takes the place of heavy cream in this healthier version of classic Alfredo sauce.
This salad gets right down to it, utilizing beautiful produce and layering flavors that could satisfy even the most carnivorous guest.
Top creamy acorn squash soup with homemade Parmesan and herb croutons.
Serve a piping hot bowl with some crusty bread and a bright side salad for the ultimate cozy, comforting meal at lunch or dinner.
Ina Garten remakes a childhood comfort food favorite with grown-up flavors.
Top tender bibb lettuce with sweet roasted squash, salty feta cheese and toasted walnuts.
Fill flavorful roasted acorn squash with chorizo and apple rice stuffing for a seasonal fall dinner.
Martha Stewart shares her easy, six-ingredient hot chocolate recipe.
Creamy peanut butter and marshmallow vodka combine to make a fluffernutter-inspired cocktail.
Serve up warming clam chowder in mini sourdough bread bowls for a true San Francisco treat.
Make vegan chili with healthy lentils, meaty mushrooms and fresh veggies.
Load up chickpea stew with a variety of spices for a deeply flavorful one-pot vegetarian dinner.
Give stew a tropical makeover with fresh seafood, creamy coconut milk and zesty lime juice.
Cinnamon and cloves add subtle spice and depth of flavor to rich, wintry beef stew.
Fight a nasty cold and soothe sore throats with citrus and ginger ice pops from Joy Bauer.
Make a chili vegetarian friendly with black beans, chickpeas, meatless crumbles and salsa.
Adam Richman flips the script on traditional chili with chunks of steak, savory oyster sauce and strong black coffee.
Adam Richman change up chili with tender shredded chicken, zesty salsa verde and fresh cilantro.
Curtis Stone adds leftover chicken to classic French cassoulet for a comforting winter dinner for two.
Make a comforting, creamy, cauliflower-topped, veggie-filled casserole to warm you up on winter nights.
Get kids to eat their veggies by serving them with flavorful quinoa and juicy shrimp.
Make restaurant-quality kale salad at home with this one simple trick.
Fresh butternut squash takes the place of meat in this easy, healthy and delicious vegan chili.
Apple cider, fragrant gin and floral elderflower make this a holiday punch worth celebrating.
Top hearty white bean stew with fried eggs for a delicious stick-to-your-ribs dinner.
Give chicken soup a light and bright makeover with zesty lemon juice and fresh dill.
Add tomato, garlic and oregano to classic rib roast for fresh Italian-inspired flavor.
Adding the Goldfish topping gives it that extra cheddar crunch and gets the kids excited.
These treats are super easy, super fast, super kid-friendly and everyone loves them!
This recipe is so easy, fast and brings great holiday cheer to all who enjoy!
Use tender Mississippi yellow squash in a ooey-gooey casserole with Swiss cheese for Thanksgiving.
This finger sandwich is the perfect starter for the holidays. The meat, bread and veggies all locally sourced from Utah, bring savory flavors.
These pork chops highlight the flavors of New Mexico with chipotle peppers and chorizo and the age-old tradition of Thanksgiving stuffing.
Alaskan scallops are known for being large, tender and buttery and make a beautiful dish for holidays and dinner parties.
Raw, shaved Brussels sprouts come together with walnuts and a sharp cheese in this lemony salad.
Cozy and warming, spiced apple cider is the ultimate cold weather beverage to warm up the whole family.
Creamy hot chocolate gets a spicy kick from a touch of nutmeg. Adding a bit of rum turns a kid-friendly treat into a more adult beverage.