Simplify weeknight dinner with a chicken and potato sheet pan meal using fresh and flavorful ingredients. This will be your new go-to dinner that’s the perfect amount of food for a family of four! Best of all, you’ll enjoy the easy cleanup.
Rubbing truffle butter under the skin takes this simple and beautiful dish to a whole new level—and makes your home smell incredible!
Skillet-roasting spatchcocked chicken does nearly magical things to an ordinary chicken: the result is golden crisp skin and juicy tender meat. In fact, because of the way the bird sits in the pan, the breast cooks to an ideal 160 degrees and the thigh to 170-175°F in the same amount of time.
Guanciale is a rich and flavorful cured meat which lends deep flavor to this special pasta dish, while the walnut crumbs add appealing texture. When the poached egg, which is served whole on top of each plate, is burst, the yolk oozes out to add another level of rich flavor and creamy texture to the dish.
Fresh spinach makes a delicious, simple, healthful basis for a quick blender pesto that allows you to get this delicious dinner on the table in less than 20 minutes.
How could a dinner you put together this quickly be this good? Credit the grill pan, which lets you cook chicken to moist, juicy perfection! Then pair that perfectly cooked chicken with a salty pretzel bun and sweet-tart mango salsa, and you have an irresistible balance of flavors and textures—on the table in under 20 minutes.
Make your entire dinner in one pot—you don’t even need to drain the pasta! In fact, by cooking the pasta in the pot with the sausage and tomatoes, the pasta absorbs even more flavor.
These elegant and unusual tamales are celebration-worthy! The masa dough may be made up to three days in advance, and the sauce may be made earlier in the day and gently re-warmed. It can be fun to have guests help fill, fold and tie the tamales—or you can get them ready several hours ahead and steam them just before serving.
A perfect, juicy, savory standing rib roast is celebration enough, but when accompanied by this tangy, slightly sweet sauce, your meal becomes a cause célèbre. Make extra sauce for use on burgers, chicken and sandwiches.
The cauliflower crumb crust adds welcome crunchy texture and lovely buttery-parmesan flavor (with no bread!) to creamy mashed potatoes.
For a beautiful and elegant meal, serve two quail per person—and by all means encourage diners to pick up the legs and eat with their hands!
This sophisticated and healthful dish can be made in a single divided pan which allows you to both grill and cook in a skillet at the same time (with only one pan to clean at the end of dinner!)
When cooking double cut chops, searing them on the stove and finishing them in the oven gives you a lovely, savory brown crust and moist, tender meat. (Thick chops cannot be cooked entirely on the stove, or they will burn on the outside by the time the inside is cooked).
The savory flavor of this crispy, golden crust is so good, you won’t even notice it is baked and not fried.
Classic Caprese gets a major upgrade with this easy, cheesy chicken Caprese skillet!
Simple, rustic with sweet and sour notes, this pork dish is best when peaches are at their peak. If out of season, try with pears, apples or figs. It’s also great with duck breast!
Not every holiday table needs an entire bird. For smaller gatherings – or for families that prefer to eat breast meat only, turkey breast is every bit as delicious and festive.
Minneapolis is famous for its “Juicy Lucy”—a thin burger with an oozing cheese filling. Have lots of napkins on hand—and be sure to wait a minute or two after you take these off the fire before you bite into them to avoid getting burned!
Make this meatloaf for dinner—and have enough leftover to turn it into kid-pleasing, lunch-box perfect meatloaf sliders. Cut cold leftover meatloaf into 3/4-inch thick slices, cut each slice in half and serve on slider rolls with ketchup and a thin slice of cheddar cheese.
Yeah, we went there: bread pudding made from the leftovers of your Thanksgiving feast. It is bound to become a family classic.