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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.
There's something about that sweet stuff - try a different twist on stuffing for your Thanksgiving or holiday turkey.
Homemade tortilla chips are the perfect complement to your favorite dip.
The pilgrims called stuffing "pudding in the belly."
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 traditional English dish is usually served with roast beef.
A kugel is a pudding that can be served either as a side dish or as a dessert.
A refreshing Italian salad that uses up your stale bread. Makes a wonderful picnic food.
This panzanella was probably invented as a way to use up stale bread.
From the kitchen of: Fran Podlesney, Springfield, Virginia
These croutons are made from thyme-sprinkled grilled cheese sandwiches and are served right on top of the soup -- even better than dunking!
From the kitchen of Nancy Kelsey Lama, Buffalo, NY