This recipe for a Mexican comfort food will be a favorite for kids and adults. A Mexican casserole that is fast and easy to make is perfect for a Fiesta party or a potluck dinner.
Cooked on a baking sheet and sliced into squares, flatbread makes a versatile alternative to your standard dinner rolls. Easily customized for your family, this recipe is sure to please!
For families that have always favored a traditional white-bread stuffing, this side dish will seem both familiar and exotic.
Although this hearty, warm-the-soul appetizer looks a bit labor-intensive, fear not: the pierogies (the half-moon-shaped dumplings that are a Polish specialty) can be found ready-made in the frozen-foods section of many supermarkets.
Light and airy, these bite-size balls are reminiscent of a cheesy popover, but with a subtle (that is, kid-friendly) zip, courtesy of the cayenne pepper.
Crusty on the outside and chewy on the inside, focaccia makes any sandwich delizioso! Our version allows budding bakers to do a bit of kneading, dimpling, and drizzling before they bake it. Hot out of the oven, the flat loaf turns an ordinary lunch into a
Using just five ingredients, kids can prepare an authentic Asian snack.
The pilgrims called stuffing "pudding in the belly."
A delicious holiday dressing that will go beautifully with your turkey.
This recipe uses white butifarra, a Catalan sausage available in some Latin markets. You can also substitute a sweet Italian sausage or veal sausage.
This stuffing is so good that you could eat it without anything else.
This traditional English dish is usually served with roast beef.