Pesto gets even more flavorful with nutty pistachios, salty green olives and fresh parsley.
Give the old spaghetti some sophisticated flair by making homemade pasta and a rich, salumi-infused tomato sauce.
Top fresh greens with spiced salmon and citrus vinaigrette for a hearty and healthy salad.
Give seared steaks some French flair with crushed peppercorns, mustard and crème fraîche.
Satisfy a hungry crowd with a big batch of baked pasta with Italian sausage, tomato sauce and melty mozzarella.
Elevate the flavors of a Louisiana crawfish boil with fresh herbs, tender gnocchi and fragrant truffle oil.
Serve seared steak with fluffy scrambled eggs for a quick, easy and filling breakfast or dinner.
Give steak the pizza treatment with zesty tomato sauce, flavorful garlic and fresh oregano.
Make quick, easy and delicious sandwiches with sliced steak, tomato sauce and melty mozzarella cheese.
Warm and hearty Guinness-infused beef stew is the perfect comfort food for colder months.
Top sautéed corned beef, cabbage and potatoes with eggs for the perfect St. Patrick's Day breakfast.
Michael Symon serves his signature fried chicken super juicy and extra crispy.
Michael Symon makes meatballs extra soft and tender with one simple, secret ingredient.
Give chicken nuggets get a healthy makeover with a crispy quinoa coating and baking them in the oven.
Bulk up avocado toast with flaky salmon, fresh herbs and quick pickled red onion.
Serve soda bread crumb-coated pork chops with Irish colcannon and a sweet whiskey sauce for St. Patrick's Day.
Fresh shrimp get the casserole treatment with Parmesan cheese, zesty lemon and buttery cracker crumbs.
Make steak easy with Natalie's savory soy marinade and quick blender chimichurri sauce.
Cook up classic Southern shrimp and grits for an easy and comforting dinner.
Keep dinner healthy and delicious with a lemony filet of sole, nutty wild rice and fresh asparagus.
Panzanella salad is a perfect dish for any season of the year. Just add in your favorite veggies for a unique twist each time!
Make fried chicken sandwiches even better by topping them with collard greens and Swiss cheese.
Serve up New Orleans-style spicy shrimp with toasty French bread for dinner.
This savory dish by Charleston, South Carolina' hub, The Darling Oyster, puts an Italian spin on a low-country classic dinner.
These gorgeous baked oysters on the half shell are smothered in a cheesy white wine mixture and broiled in the oven.
Give hero sandwiches a fancy upgrade with lobster meatballs, homemade sauce and melty mozzarella.
Italian-style Bolognese sauce gets a creative twist with fresh lobster and fried basil leaves.
Upgrade meatballs with fresh, sweet lobster and homemade marinara sauce.
Cut calories and fat from lasagna with low-fat cheese, whole-wheat noodles and healthy eggplant.
Let guests build their own dish with a DIY polenta bar with homemade bolognese sauce and sautéed mushrooms.
Sam Sifton makes sloppy Joes even easier with his no-recipe, one-pot dinner.
Give taco Tuesday a healthy makeover with sweet potato, black bean and quinoa tacos.
Spaghetti and meatballs gets a healthy upgrade with spaghetti squash and turkey-avocado meatballs.
Give burgers a healthy makeover with ground turkey, balsamic roasted onions and portobello buns.
Make a vegetarian version of beef stroganoff with mushrooms, kale and beans.
Mark Bittman makes weeknight dinner quick and easy with one-pot beef stroganoff.
Pair peppery fried spaetzle with meaty beef stroganoff for a rich and satisfying dinner.
Make Valerie Bertinelli's one-pot beef bourguignon for a wonderful warming winter dinner.
Mustard marinated chicken with veggies and breadcrumbs packs loads of flavor into an easy dinner.
Savory herbs, earthy mushrooms and aromatic garlic give roasted chicken tons of flavor.
Fill crunchy lettuce cups with tender roast chicken and cool, creamy avocado for a fast and fresh meal.
Dress up pasta with pesto, shrimp, olives and tomatoes for a Mediterranean delight.