Break out the pots and pans, and choose from a variety of delicious Christmas main course 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.
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.
This recipe makes a perfectly seasoned, perfectly moist, perfectly crisp-skinned and golden bird that requires no basting or fussing.
Every home cook needs a great roast chicken recipe up her sleeve. Not only is this one beautiful to look at, but it fills your home with the most amazing aroma of garlic, lemon and rosemary. Larger chickens typically have more flavor than the tiny broiler
Lovers of Julia Child will recognize her classic Boeuf Bourguignonne in this recipe, but this sped-up version is tailored to the time-pinched cook. A perfect family meal, it's great for entertaining guests—and tastes wonderful made the day before.
The familiar yum factor of fried potatoes and melted cheese just might persuade your family to give greens a chance. Plus, this luscious hash — with a side of fried or scrambled eggs — feels an awful lot like breakfast for dinner, which everybody loves.
The best turkey breast that'll beat any taste test!
A turkey on the grill can be a quick and healthy meal.
A great idea for holiday meals.
A nice idea for the holidays if everyone is tired of turkey.