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  • Old Bay Turkey Boil

    Old Bay Turkey Boil

    Spice up your Thanksgiving turkey with some Old Bay seasoning! Whether you serve it whole or serve it sliced, it’s sure to be a centerpiece that will have your friends and family fighting for seconds. They’ll be grateful for this gravy, too.

  • Show-Stopping Beef Wellington

    Show-Stopping Beef Wellington

    The ultimate beef Wellington can seem difficult to make, but each step is actually pretty simple. After cooking the seasoned beef, brush it with mustard and store in the fridge. Then fry up some chopped mushrooms and shallots in butter before wrapping the beef in prosciutto and the mushroom mixture. All that’s left is unraveling some store-bought puff pastry and making a beautiful, woven, floral design before baking. It’s hard to cut into this masterpiece, but the taste is worth it!

  • Honey Soy-Glazed Salmon

    Honey Soy-Glazed Salmon

    Two words: honey salmon! Sure, it takes a tiny bit of prep work, but once you marinate your salmon, you won’t be able to go back. A simple mix of honey, soy sauce, garlic, and ginger coats and flavors your fish for 30 minutes before you throw it on the pan until the outside is perfectly crispy. Once that’s done, you heat up and reduce some extra marinade to make a thick, to-die-for glaze to pour over your filet. Serve with your favorite veggies or rice and enjoy!

  • The Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

    The Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

    There are a few secrets to the best classic, chewy chocolate chip cookies. Number one: Don’t use chips; instead, opt for a mix of milk or semisweet and dark chocolate chunks. The second is to let the dough rest overnight or longer for a more complex, toffee-like flavor. Lastly, use an ice cream scooper to get even-sized cookies every time. And that’s it! With these little tweaks, the result is a cookie that’s textured on the outside, and soft and gooey on the inside. Absolutely perfect!

  • Classic Lasagna

    Classic Lasagna

    When layers of cheesy lasagna come together flawlessly, that’s amore! Pile on beefy marinara sauce, delicious noodles, and a blend of cheeses, then kick back and let this lasagna do the bakin'. This classic Italian dinner is easy to whip up and even easier to call your go-to comfort food.

  • 101

    How To Make Classic French Toast

    This iconic dish is all about the details. While french toast might seem simple, looks can be deceiving. To get that perfectly crispy exterior and creamy, silky custard on the inside we spent weeks eating tons of butter, bread, and syrup to discover the best classic french toast recipe. The end result is indulgent, delicious, and most importantly, easy to make. What’s not to love?

  • Paprika Chicken & Rice Bake

    Paprika Chicken & Rice Bake

    Sometimes the best things come in one pot! This baked chicken and rice dish saves you the cleanup without skimping on flavor. After you quickly pan fry your seasoned chicken, remove it and cook garlic and onions in the leftover juices. Add rice and broth, cook everything, and top with the chicken before baking for another 35 minutes (optional: broil the chicken separately to get a crispier skin.) You’ll be left with a mountain of food so delicious, you’ll meal prep this super easy recipe at least once a week forever.

  • Cheesy Potato Casserole

    Cheesy Potato Casserole

    This cheesy potato casserole is the perfect way to feed a family of picky eaters. With all of the components of beloved loaded potato skins (like bacon, sour cream, and cheese), it’s practically impossible for anyone to dislike this casserole. It’s make-ahead friendly, filling, and easily made vegetarian by omitting the bacon. If you’re looking for the ultimate weeknight casserole, this is your recipe.

  • Slow Cooker Ribs

    Slow Cooker Ribs

    It’s been years since you got that slow cooker as a gift and well, outside of a hearty chili, you don’t quite know what to do with it. Well get ready, because it’s time to pull it back out and put together a barbecuing favorite: ribs. That’s right. All you have to do is prep, and let the cooker do the work. With these baby back ribs, you won’t even miss going to Chili’s anymore.

  • Garlic Herb-Stuffed Pork Chops

    Garlic Herb-Stuffed Pork Chops

    Forget dry pork chops because these pan-fried cutlets are coated in golden panko bread crumbs and stuffed with a creamy garlic and herb cheese filling to keep them juicy. They’re tender, bursting with flavor, and come together in less than 30 minutes. If you’ve only ever had dry, sad pork chops before and want to try something different, this is the recipe for you.