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.
When the weather gets icy and your breath turns to steam, all you want is to come home to a steaming hot dinner ready to eat. Slow Cooker Sausage and Potato is the hearty dinner to end all hearty dinners, with peppery and smoky kielbasa and crispy hash browns packed with creamy chicken flavors. Mixed with melty sharp cheese and a sour cream tang, you'll marvel that this meal is such an easy set-it-and-forget-it affair. Slow Cooker Sausage and Potato will keep spirits bright during even the darkest winter!
Baby potatoes have a buttery, nutty flavor even richer than regular russets. Roasted Baby Potatoes accentuate and elevate those flavors, adding a crispy exterior for a satisfying crunch. Coated with herby seasonings, Roasted Baby Potatoes literally burst with flavor. These tasty morsels are easy to make and quick to whip up. You'll have to refrain from making them all the time!
There are classic sides, and there are legendary sides that people remember forever. Herb Roasted Potatoes are both. The crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside heartiness of potatoes create a symphony with aromatic olive oil and fresh herbs that will have you forgetting about the main course. After making Herb Roasted Potatoes for Thanksgiving, you might just end up making it as a snack on chilly nights!
Maple and pork are a pairing as classic as peanut butter and jelly; the sweet, nutty, caramel notes of maple complement the salty, fatty savoriness of the pork. Maple Balsamic Glazed Pork Chops take that pairing to a new level with roasted flavors and a subtle, smoky tang from the balsamic vinegar. Maple Balsamic Glazed Pork Chops are a rich and robust main course that will make you ravenous!
Who decided you can only enjoy juicy, oven-roasted turkey over the holidays? After all, these flavors are so good that you should be able to eat them any time you want! Oven-Roasted Turkey Breast takes half the time of traditional roast turkey but doesn't skimp on the rich seasonings and buttery coatings that make Thanksgiving turkey special. Drizzled with smooth and unctuous pan gravy, you have a centerpiece dinner to rival any holiday spread!
Everyone, including the cooks, love these Easy Baked Fingerling Potatoes! It's a speedy side with a fluffy interior, crispy exterior, and savory seasoning. Add in a sharp bite of parmesan and you have a dish that might just overshadow everything else on the plate! All you need is 30 minutes to make these perfectly peppy potatoes!
Turns out, there's no historical indication that the original Thanksgiving meal (at Plymouth colony) centered around the turkey. However, by the turn of the 19th century, turkey became a popular dish to serve on special occasions for a few reasons: 1) There was no shortage of turkeys. Some estimate there were at least 10 million turkeys in America at the time. 2) A single turkey was typically big enough to feed an entire family. 3) Turkeys on a family farm were nearly always available to slaughter, unlike cows and hens (producing milk and eggs throughout their lives). This Classic Roasted Turkey is perfect! It's simple, flavorful, juicy, and is sure to please those around your table.
It's impossible not to love Classic Green Bean Casserole. Seriously, has anyone ever not enjoyed this Thanksgiving favorite? Creamy, savory, crunchy, and fresh with mushroom soup and green beans, Classic Green Bean Casserole is a hot and filling partner to turkey and stuffing. With the extra satisfying crispness of french-fried onions throughout, no one can put this dish down... not until they finish every bite!
Baked Cheesy Chicken Breasts sound amazing just by their name alone. But they even sound delicious as you eat them: the cheesy, buttery crust is crunchy beyond belief. Within that crust is tender chicken blending beautifully with the sharp, nutty flavors of cheddar and parmesan. Baked Cheesy Chicken Breasts is the kind of main course that will get you leaning back in your chair with a happy sigh... and thinking about the next time you can make them!