Sick of turkey? Try these five easy and comforting weeknight meals that are the opposite of holiday staples.
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This is a simple, but impressive pasta dish, and because there are few ingredients, I make sure I’m using the best ingredients I can afford.
This baked rigatoni is easier to assemble than lasagna, packed with just as much flavor and perfect for stashing in the freezer as a gift to your future self. Here’s how to do it.
The riced cauliflower is hearty and won’t turn to mush during baking. Use an assortment of red, yellow, orange and green peppers to make an appealing presentation.
The deeply rich onions lend the filling a gorgeous golden color and bold sweet-yet-savory flavor. It is the perfect recipe to make for brunch or dinner and is equally delicious served hot as it is cold.