When it comes to cooking large pieces of meat or even my Thanksgiving turkey, I always take its temperature. I have a couple of instant-read thermometers close at hand at all times. So handy!
Native Americans believe in the power of the Three Sisters: beans, corn and squash. This recipe brings them all together in a soup that you can make ahead and freeze, for days when you need some extra magic in your life.
All you need to create this versatile white bean and sun-dried tomato dip is a blender or food processor, and some ingredients from the pantry. Use this as a filling for sandwiches or roll-ups, too.
Do you like your fried chicken extra-crispy? You can make your own by swapping panko for regular bread crumbs. Do you keep panko, Japanese bread crumb "flakes", in your pantry?
Quick and easy turkey chili calls for lots of green chile peppers, and no beans at all! Make this in under 30 minutes for a worknight treat.
This sausage, pepper and mushroom frittata -- quick and easy to make -- takes inspiration from one of New England's favorite Italian-American sandwiches. It's a great combination that makes a filling main course.
Are you a lover of all things pumpkin? As the food blogs begin to fill with pumpkin recipes, we thought it would be seasonal to talk about pumpkin pie spice! Like, or dislike?