Got a bushel of apples just waiting to be eaten? This idyllic fall dessert is inspired by a traditional German versunkener apfelkuchen, or sunken apple cake. The apples are baked until sweet and just tender while the buttery cake rises up around them.
As the weather starts to cool, cozy pastas are exactly what we want to be eating. This recipe uses canned pumpkin purée to make a creamy, decadent pasta sauce that is surprisingly easy to throw together.
If you’re in the mood for a flavorful and healthy meal that will really pack a punch, look no further than this quinoa power bowl with BBQ Chicken Tenders and topped with a charred pineapple salsa! This dish…
We’ve all heard of pies, crisps and cobblers, but have you ever tried a pandowdy? This incredibly easy dessert has all of the elements of a fruit pie – juicy filling, golden-brown pastry crust – but it requires a fraction of the effort.
This burger is the epitome of Texas. The flavorful pork patties are studded with chopped green chilies, adding moisture and just the right amount of heat.
This recipe is perfect for those early back-to-school days when you’re back to the hustle and bustle of fall, but it’s still hot and you don’t want to heat up your kitchen. Pork shoulder is tossed in a mix of rich spices and then cooked gently in a slow-cooker, which means no oven or stove-top required. By using cola as the braising liquid, the soda both tenderizes the meat and flavors it with its natural sugars. […]
This recipe has all of the flavors of your favorite BLT sandwich but in a comforting, easy-to-make tomato soup.
This budget-friendly chicken recipe is what we turn to when we want a satisfying, yet effortless, weeknight dinner that utilizes ingredients we already have in our pantry.
Every year around Valentine’s Day, the idea of the “Engagement Chicken” takes the internet by storm. The theory is that it’s a roast chicken that is so good, that your partner will be instantly compelled to “lock it down.” Well, ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce the Goodtaste Engagement Chicken.
Print Recipe ROMA’s Classic Bolognese Sauce This classic bolognese is from Chef Angelo Cuppone of ROMA in Houston. While this recipe says it serves 4 people, it makes a significant amount of sauce. The sauce freezes incredibly well, so pop it in your freezer for future meals or up the amount of pasta if you’re […]
Print Recipe Turkey Leg Hut’s Dirty Rice 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, […]
Print Recipe Sean Brock’s Pimento Cheese Dip I’ve seen people almost get into fistfights over who has a better pimento cheese recipe. Southerners don’t mess around when it comes to their cherished “pâté de Sud.” We slather the stuff on everything from celery stalks to saltine crackers, and some people won’t even consider eating a […]
This crowd-pleasing breakfast bake with toasted English muffins, ham, melty cheddar cheese and fluffy eggs has all of the makings of your favorite breakfast sandwich! The best part is that […]
Print Recipe Cacio e Pepe Popcorn Cacio e pepe is one of the simplest, but most satisfying meals. Meaning literally “cheese and pepper” in Italian, we’ve taken the backbones of this humble Italian pasta and applied the winning combination of fruity cracked peppercorns and salty aged cheese to good ol’ popcorn. While you can use […]
Print Recipe Guero’s Salsa Roja This versatile, spicy salsa from Guero’s in Austin is packed with flavor and comes together quickly. You can remove the seeds of the jalapeño for less heat or substitute a serrano pepper, which has a similar taste profile but is milder than a jalapeño. Crave the heat? Then add a […]