Valerie Bertinelli adds modern flavors to this classic, comforting casserole.
Start your day with this healthy and satisfying green juice recipe.
These delicious peanut butter cookies only require three cheap ingredients.
The key to a perfect grilled cheese sandwich is using mayo (not butter!) to get the outside super crispy.
This smoked turkey sandwich has simple ingredients, but the preparation is key for properly melted cheese.
This fully loaded deli sandwich hits all the right notes, plus it's packed with good-for-you ingredients like arugula and avocado.
This garlicky soup is comforting, simple and fairly inexpensive to make.
Katie Lee's decadent mashed potatoes are a holiday dinner-worthy side dish.
Al's simple, one-bowl recipe that mixes cheddar, pimentos, mayo, Sriracha and onion, might be the easiest (and cheesiest!) dish you'll serve.
On Super Bowl Sunday, Hoda steps up her pigs in a blanket game by using mustard-brushed croissant dough to wrap them.
Toss smoky grilled chicken wings with Alabama-style white barbecue sauce.
If you're craving pie with ice cream, this decadent wintry dish will totally hit the spot!
Roasted slices of sweet potatoes make for a great supporting act to fried eggs.
Entertaining friends? Make this vegan-friendly nutty cashew roast smothered with country gravy.
Use ghee, a clarified, lactose-free butter with fewer calories than coconut oil, to make this toasted grain-free granola.
This sheet pan French toast is delicious on its own, but the berry sauce elevates it to showstopper status.
This protein-packed egg dish is great for those following low-carb lifestyles or anyone who just enjoys a delicious frittata.
Indulge that hangover with a healthier but hearty plate of breakfast nachos.
Keep kids content with this tasty take on pancakes that can be made in one big batch.
This incredible sweet potato pie recipe dates all the way back to the 1800s.
Give pecan pie a sweet upgrade for the holidays by adding a touch of maple syrup.
These Oreo cookie truffles are a cinch to put together and end up looking like adorable little reindeer.
Adding the Goldfish topping gives it that extra cheddar crunch and gets the kids excited.
Black rice and pineapple work well with the piri piri chile, which is reminiscent of Nashville's hot sauce.
Indulge, Philadelphia style, by stacking leftover Thanksgiving meats with sweet and spicy peppers, onions and Cheez Whiz.
Use tender Mississippi yellow squash in a ooey-gooey casserole with Swiss cheese for Thanksgiving.
Turn a classic Oklahoma apple pie into convenient little fritters with these bite-sized fried apple pies.
These awesome fritters made from sauerkraut and meat and fried in a crispy shell hail from Akron, Ohio. They're totally worth a trip.
Keen to put her Italian heritage’s twist on Nebraskan butter brickle, chef Catherine De Orio uses it in her holiday semifreddo.
A chocolaty, bourbon-y pecan pie with a graham cracker crust, this Kentucky dessert is richer than the winner of the Derby.
The kitchen hack is in this recipe making Georgia peach cobbler in muffin tins, which makes it easy to serve this dish individually.
While most people have traditional pecan pie on Thanksgiving, my family always makes a dewberry pie from local Texas dewberries.
New Jersey is known for its corn and tomatoes. This dish is full of local, abundant ingredients and has a surprisingly sweet flavor.
This finger sandwich is the perfect starter for the holidays. The meat, bread and veggies all locally sourced from Utah, bring savory flavors.
Washington is known for their apples. One fall, I turned our love for apple pie into a little apple pie sugar cookie.
This recipe is a total throwback to the first time I went to Hawaii with my wife and we had traditional lilikoi chiffon pie.
These South Dakota-inspired macarons are a wonderful surprise at any party. They taste like the last bite of your Thanksgiving meal.
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.
Serve fresh from the oven cornbread with homemade whipped sorghum butter on the side.
Barbecued meats are a huge part of Alabama cooking, so it's only natural the Thanksgiving turkey should have some of that smoky flavor.
Enjoy barbecued pork with a vegan, Italian spin. It's sweet, a little spicy and marinated in a rich sauce.