This over-the-top mac and cheese is a tasty mash up of your favorite cheesy pasta and Buffalo wings. John Soules Foods’ lightly-breaded Buffalo-style chicken is chopped and mixed into an insanely decadent mac and cheese with cheddar and blue cheese. We also like to fold in additional cubes of cheese with the pasta for more […]
Fish-and-chips get a healthy makeover in this weeknight-friendly recipe! If you’re like me, then the thought of deep-frying fish in your kitchen seems like a smelly mess. In this version, the fish is baked on piles of thinly sliced potatoes and lemon until flaky and golden brown.
These hands-off slow cooker meatballs require no searing, roasting or stirring, making them a great make-ahead dinner for busy weeknights and an excellent recipe to have in your backpocket for holiday houseguests.
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.
Although available year-round, eggplant is at its peak in the summer and early fall. But when the weather is hot and the outdoors are calling, who wants to spend the time and effort breading and frying? This recipe has all the flavors of a classic eggplant parmesan, but in an easy, lightened-up, weeknight-friendly package.
This hearty recipe from Mozie’s in Gruene is a real crowdpleaser. It gets extra crunch from panko crumbs and a nutty flavor from freshly grated Romano cheese. As a bonus, Mozie’s also provided their recipe for their creamy chipotle sauce. Toss the sauce with angel hair pasta and serve the crispy chicken sliced and arranged on top.
Mac-and-cheese just became a weeknight possibility thanks to this easy no-roux recipe. Traditionally, mac-and-cheese begins with a béchamel sauce that is thickened by a butter and flour roux. In this version, we skip the roux all-together and use good ol’ American cheese.
These light and healthy fish tacos will become an instant weeknight classic!
Central Market wraps this recipe up with seafood of your choice, which means you can dress it up as much as you’d like!
The most quintessential Maryland dish is crab cakes. Serve them on a platter at your fangate — you can even make mini one-bite crab cakes and serve them as finger food! Crab cakes also make a nice substitution for the traditional ground chuck burger patty on a bun. Be sure to remember the Old Bay! In Maryland, it’s basically sacrilegious to eat crab without it. 😉
Masraff’s continues to cater to our taste buds! Check out this hearty recipe for their crab cakes of colossal proportions!
A Camp Verde favorite, baked daily with spices, vegetables and a whole lot of love! Topped with their country-style ketchup.