Whether you need ideas for side dishes, breads, or the main course, browse our collection of easy Christmas dinner recipes to put on your family's menu.
Discover 15 simple recipes you can make with ingredients you have on hand.
Tired of making the same-old, same-old for all your holiday meals? This year, wow your friends and family with Alison Needham's delicious and inventive holiday recipes.
Got a fridge full of leftovers? Make the most of your leftover ham, turkey, and trimmings with these fresh meal ideas. Since most of your ingredients are already cooked, each recipe is fast and easy to prepare.
If you're prone to turkey trauma, relax. Here's a foolproof recipe that ensures a perfect feast.
Your kids may crinkle their noses at the idea of eating sweet potatoes, but this version, with toasty marshmallows and a name as delicious as dessert, is sure to be a winner.
From the kitchen of Heather Hommey, Grimesland, North Carolina
From the kitchen of R. Wagner, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Cherry or grape tomatoes add a bite of sweetness to the cheesy filling in these savory little quiches. For smaller children, or appetizer-sized bites, cut the quiches into quarters.
This stew seems like the ideal gift to give yourself this holiday week: a hearty, warming meal with an absence of fuss.
A really good bowl of soup is less of a recipe than a formula. And the formula is this: a beany something + a starchy something + a tomato something + loads of random veggies + broth.
Simple and comforting casserole recipes the whole family will love.
Pasta is satisfying, kid-friendly and easy to make. On a busy night, try these quick pasta recipes. They cook up in a flash with ingredients you're likely to have on hand.