If you're like us, the leftovers from Thanksgiving are still in your fridge. You don't want to waste the food but, really, can you stomach eating anymore turkey? This recipe, from NatureBox, puts a delicious spin on the Thanksgiving bird and is a light way to end your holiday weekend.
Ginger is a common ingredient around our house during the cooler months. We love to incorporate the root in many of our dishes and teas to add some of its extra healthy anti-viral benefits. This dish, from The Wednesday Chef, is a wonderfully rich, Asian-inspired dish that will fill your house with the most delicious aromas. I usually double (or triple) the recipe because everyone in my family asks for seconds.
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Growing up, my entire family--siblings, parents, aunts, uncles, and cousins--would gather around a big table at my grandmother's house and enjoy a hearty meal of Israeli Chicken Sofrito at least once a month. It's a relatively simple dish with just a few ingredients and this recipe, from The Shiksa, captures all the amaing flavors that your whole family will love.
Lasagna is another crowd pleaser around here. While the steps are similar to a classic lasangna, this recipe, from Tablespoon, cooks it in the crockpot and allows you to leave it cooking while you have fun with the family and come home to a delicious, hot meal.
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With Halloween falling mid-week this year, this Thursday will consist of trick-or-treating and homework. Not the most festive day. But that does not mean we won't have our own Halloween party; we're just having it on Sunday, a couple of days before the spooky day. These Jack O'Lantern cheeseburgers, from Sandra Lee, are the perfect addition to the buffet table.
My whole family likes chicken parm and pretty much everyone who comes for dinner like chicken parm. The combination of fried chicken cutlets, tomato sauce, and melted mozzerella--what's not to like? Since it's not the fastest dish to make, I often double the recipe and freeze a casserole for an easy and delicious weeknight meal. This recipe, from Simply Recipes, includes a recipe for a homemade sauce but feel free to use your favorite jarred sauce.