How much more classic does it get than Fried Pork Chops? Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, Fried Pork Chops are perfect when paired with mashed potatoes or roasted vegetables, or cornbread... or really, whatever side dish tickles your fancy. It takes 20 minutes or less to whip up a bunch of rich and savory chops, so you can spend your time making your favorite suppertime sides or just enjoying that satisfying sizzle on the skillet.
What's a winter meal without a little heat to keep you warm? Spicy Spaghetti stars a sauce bubbling with sweet, savory, herbaceous flavors, made richer and deeper thanks to a long cooking time. Of course, it also has a pleasant spiciness, which leaves you cozy inside and out! Spicy Spaghetti is just the thing for bundling up after a long day in the cold—a heaping bowl of it will nourish you to the core!
Classic Chicken Paillard uses smaller, thinner cuts of chicken cooked quickly to retain maximum tenderness. Then it coats the chicken in a savory, luxurious pan sauce and pairs it with a fresh, bright salad. In other words, Classic Chicken Paillard is a complete meal in one, with plenty of hearty richness to get you excited for dinner. You can even have this staple of French cuisine on the table in under 30 minutes!
No less an expert than Julia Child described Beef Burgundy Stew as "certainly one of the most delicious beef dishes concocted by man." Indeed, Beef Burgundy Stew has a warm, hearty richness that can only come from traditional French cooking. Just looking at the tender beef, fluffy potatoes, and fresh vegetables soaking in that savory, herby sauce will get your mouth watering. Beef Burgundy Stew is guaranteed to become your new comfort food, especially as the weather gets colder!
America's 16th president had some favorite foods, including apples, bacon, and oysters. But among his favorites was an almond cake made by his wife Mary Todd that used egg whites instead of whole eggs. Abraham Lincoln Cake recreates that light, rich, and nutty combination for a historically wholesome treat! With plenty of crunch from toasted almonds in every slice, Abraham Lincoln Cake has a delightful crunch and a touch of creaminess from the old-fashioned boiled frosting. You'll be making this cake fourscore and seven years from now!
Looking for a delicious, sweet treat to make with the kids or grandkids? Look no further! This Dirt Pie is even better than the one you remember from childhood. Add gummy worms or a scoop of vanilla ice cream to really kick it up a notch!
In the mood for takeout? Try this recipe for Easy Bourbon Chicken for a DIY takeout that is delicious and simple to make!
Easy Italian Chicken Skillet features several of the classic flavors of Italian cuisine all in one pan. Mellow garlic and bright tomatoes combine with fresh, herby basil for that under-the-Tuscan-sun taste. Perfectly cooked chicken brings the savory sensations and parmesan cheese adds a refreshing and addictive sharpness that makes Easy Italian Chicken Skillet such a fantastic main course. You can have this ready in less than 30 minutes, so you can spend the evening admiring what's at the end of your fork!
Chicken Bog's rather colorful name stems from both the chicken being bogged down in fluffy rice and from its swampy South Carolina Lowcountry origins. This classic soup has a depth of chicken flavor that you need to taste to believe, with richness and savoriness infused in every bite. With bites of juicy chicken, crunchy green onions, and peppery sausage, you'll sink with a happy sigh into the taste of Chicken Bog. You'll never go back to traditional chicken noodle soup after trying this.
If you think egg salad is bland and boring, you've never had Southern Egg Salad. Instead of just plain mayonnaise, Southern Egg Salad throws in sour, refreshing pickle relish, tangy mustard, and a touch of sugar for sweetness. Add in a dash of hot sauce for heat and you have a winning recipe that you can and will use for sandwiches and sides, or for eating straight from the bowl. You'll love incorporating this Southern luxury into your lunchtime spread.