This delicious Fall Casserole is perfect with a green salad.
Good meatloaf is one of the ultimate comfort foods. To be tender and juicy, it needs the perfect ratio of meat, fats, vegetables, and spices. Meatloaf freezes beautifully, so make a double batch and keep one for a quick meal at another time.
Whether served for breakfast or dessert this simple dish balances the warm sweetness of roasted pears and honey with creamy yogurt. It can be eaten any time of year, but feels especially appropriate during autumn and winter when the flavors complement toasty days spent curled up on the sofa or celebrating the holidays with loved ones.
Harissa, a Tunisian chile-pepper paste, is very versatile. It can be stirred into stews and soups and rubbed onto meat or fish before cooking. Cultured dairy products such as yogurt and buttermilk naturally tenderize meat, so this mixture does double duty by breaking down the protein while adding a tangy flavor. Try this coating for other meats as well as roasted vegetables.
I love making soups in autumn and this Broccoli Corn Soup really warms me up on a chilly night.
This classic Provence summer tart is delicious and is better served tepid rather than hot from the oven.
Because sometimes ketchup & mustard just aren’t enough.
I often will order good old fish & chips when I go out for a quick dinner. The classic English takeout food isn’t elegant, but sinfully delicious. It takes some time to make, as you’ll need to cook in small batches. Fish that can be used are: Dogfish, Blackfish, Catfish, Cod, Haddock, Pacific Pollock, Halibut, or Wolfish.
Roasting Brussels sprouts and cauliflower allows sugars to caramelize and adds depth to this simple winter soup.