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!
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.
The path to a plate of Roast Beef and Gravy is one of ease, putting your feet up and sipping on a mug of tea, whiling away the hours. Yes, this low-and-slow masterpiece requires only a few minutes of your time and then cooks itself. By the time it's time to sit down for dinner, all you need to do is to savor the tender beef and the deeply meaty flavor of the gravy. Roast Beef and Gravy is a melt-in-your-mouth and hearty main course so easy you barely need to lift a finger to make it!
Chinese Chews are a dessert steeped in mystery; the first mention of it appears in 1917, but there are almost no additional sources beyond that. No one knows why they're called Chinese Chews, since they aren't from China in any sense. The only thing that isn't mysterious is how delicious these squares taste! Rich with the extra sugary, fruity flavor of dates and the crunch of walnuts, Chinese Chews are a gooey and gourmet sweet you'll want for every party. You may want to keep this recipe a mystery, just to make sure you won't have to share it!
Sometimes, especially when the nights get cold, we can all get a little nostalgic. Homesick Remedy Roast brings a little taste of comfort and home to remind you of those good times. The tender, savory pot roast cuts like butter and is beautifully flavored with herbs. With a hint of richness, Homesick Remedy Roast has a deeply welcoming scent and a taste of contentment. It's soul food in its purest form, sure to cure any case of homesickness.
Patty melts looks at the indulgent richness, juiciness, and fattiness of classic cheeseburgers and asks, "But can we make it better?" This Diner-Style Patty Melt says yes— emphatically—by piling the sandwich with sweet and savory caramelized onions and melty Swiss cheese. With a touch of sour from the toasted rye bread, this Diner-Style Patty Melt tastes even richer than a traditional cheeseburger, so every bite leaves you craving more, even as it satisfies! Why go out when you can have the perfect patty melt at home?
Beef stroganoff is a classic of Russian cuisine, featuring tender-cooked beef in a tangy sour cream sauce. Now you can enjoy those same flavors as a hearty, creamy, savory soup. Loaded with mushrooms and sirloin and rich to the point of aristocracy, Stroganoff Soup will get you toasty warm when the weather starts to chill. In 40 minutes or less, you can have Stroganoff Soup with a filling, slow-cooked taste steaming on the table. No matter how cold the night is, you can call on this soup to heat you up!
There's a lot of ways to say "filling": hearty, satisfying, substantial, and more. But another way to say it might just be "Amandine". Chicken Amandine, so named for the crunchy almond topping, is a deliciously tender dish stuffed with savory flavors. Salty, meaty, and with a touch of heat, Chicken Amandine covers all the flavor bases. Filled with rice and green beans, it's basically a full meal in one dish—perfect for quiet nights in!
A typical cabbage roll is a tender and crispy leaf of the garden vegetable wrapped around a savory, meaty, rich stuffing. The Unstuffed Cabbage Roll Casserole turns that traditional recipe on its head, with layers of crunchy cabbage and fatty beef and pork in a bright tomato sauce with fluffy rice. Unstuffed Cabbage Roll Casserole serves up the flavors of a traditional roll in casserole form, so you can scoop more and more onto your plate. Once you try it for the first time, you'll absolutely want to enjoy it as often as you can!
What makes a recipe a classic? Creamy Chicken Casserole has a good answer: hearty, juicy chicken saturated in a creamy, savory sauce. Take a bite and you'll see just how good of an answer that is! Creamy Chicken Casserole is rich, flavorful, tender, and perfect for wrapping up long days and warming up cold nights!