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Crispy and seasoned to perfection.
Spice up your dinner rotation with this Chinese-inspired stir-fry.
Let your Crock-Pot do the work for you.
We could all use a little Southern comfort. (Especially on Mondays.)
Fact: a bowl of piping hot broth is the best medicine.
Guys. This recipe has only three ingredients. We know.
Hot noodles are overrated.
Save this one for a splurge day.
Whole grain mustard adds extra texture.
Think outside the box tonight.
It’s fiesta time.
Bookmark this for when you’re craving chicken parm but not all the calories.
Well, aren’t you adventurous?
Only three simple steps and 30 minutes to serve this beautiful dish.
Better than your average parm.
Fact: Everything tastes better when topped with mozzarella.
Pair it with spaghetti and call it an Italian feast.
Look up “comfort food” in the dictionary and you’ll find this.
Dinner doesn’t seem so hard when there’s no cleanup involved.
Enjoy this barbecue classic all year long.
Light, zesty and totally satisfying.
Extra rice, please. (Actually, extra everything.)
Close your eyes and you’re in Italy.
Make extra sauce. You’ll want to eat it with everything.
Now that’s a salad we can work with.
Waaay tastier than takeout.
Make a big batch and eat it for lunch all week long.
Just look at that cheese pull.
Charring your chicken breasts for ten minutes adds a little je ne sais quoi to the classic French dish.
This sweet, spicy and delightfully sticky dish is on the table in under an hour.
This lovely dish comes together with just four ingredients.
Fries for lunch? Don’t mind if we do.
Pretty much the most convenient lunch ever.
Like a mini vacation to Florence.
Whip up a double batch and make the leftovers into sandwiches.
The easiest way to feed a crowd.
It takes only an hour to make, but tastes like it took nine.
Forget pepperoni—this fancy combo totally works.
Sunday supper is served.
Warning: This recipe is about to change your soup game for good.
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