Thanks to short-cut ingredients like John Soules Foods’ diced oven-roasted chicken, refrigerated biscuit dough and pre-made chicken stock, this cozy, stick-to-your-bones dinner comes together in less than an hour (but tastes like you spent all day making it). For a silky gravy that coats the back of your spoon, but doesn’t taste gluey, cook it […]
chicken stock or low-sodium broth
This healthy, filling soup is great for chilly weeknights and perfect for post trick-or-treating! Packed with ground turkey, charred poblanos, pumpkin puree and rich spices, it will warm you to your core. The pumpkin adds a subtle sweetness and body to the chili that is so good with the rich Tex-Mex spices. Be sure to […]
We must confess—we get excited for Thanksgiving every year solely for the leftovers! If you’ve gotten your fill of turkey sandwiches, turn those precious extras into this Tex-Mex twist on a classic shepherd’s Pie.
Roast chicken can be intimidating. This fail-proof recipe uses a combination of both braising and roasting techniques to make a chicken with ultra-crispy skin on the outside and unbelievably juicy, tender meat on the inside.
Dirty rice is a staple in Cajun country that’s been passed down through generations. Hailing from Southern Louisiana, dirty rice is made with white rice that gets its “dirty” appearance from the meat with which it’s cooked. Long ago, dirty rice was made with leftover organ meat (gizzards, livers, even chicken feet!). Many classic versions, […]
Chicken Française is a lemony one-pan dish made popular in upstate New York. This simple version comes from Mario’s Seawall Italian Restaurant in Galveston. Here, brothers Johnny and Joey Smecca serve classic New York style Italian cuisine with an ocean view.