Ever been two-stepping? The dance steps are easy—slow, slow, quick quick. This easy-to-make, slow-cooked chili feels a little like a two-step and puts some warmth in your belly.
Is it really a pie if it doesn’t have crust? I say, yes, please. And may I have another?
A classic chili with Italian overtones. A blend of classic chili ingredients is complemented by mild Italian sausage and bell pepper. It’s a warm and hearty dish for a chilly winter’s day.
This sauce, which works in all manner of Italian dishes calling for red sauce, blends thinking of Sicilian and Northern Italian former in-laws. It’s loaded with meats, but you can reserve sauce without meat, too. I’ve thrown in ideas for a vegetarian, too. Feeds a small army. Freezes well.
A classic Cuban dish infused with a marinade of garlic tempered by citrus and a hint of other seasonings—with a vegan option. Bonus? Two ingredient-dish.
However you have it, eat your spinach! Dive into pan-fried chicken thighs in spinach greens or combined with broccoli with garlic, ginger and turmeric for a healthy food boost.
Upscale instant mashed potatoes or take leftover mashed potatoes on a scenic detour with a potato soup that tastes like a baked potato topped with sour cream.
Sweet hot chili with an Italian flare. Spicy sausage is rounded out by a blend of beans, and the white corn adds a touch of sweetness to seal the deal. Try different protein and bean combos for variety.
This chicken chili with ghostly white ingredients that makes a great dish for Halloween and throughout fall and winter. No trick, all treat.
A trip to NYC inspired this beef enchilada featuring a unsweetened chocolate green sauce that honors Mexico’s rich history with chocolate.