Crispy, grilled, buttery bread joins a slightly sweet, super savory vegetable-egg patty, smoky ham and melty cheese, and a ridiculous amount of mayo and ketchup for one of the most memorable sandwich experiences of my life. Plus, you’ll eat about a whole serving of vegetables and barely even notice.
This family-friendly dinner is just as good as takeout but made really easily in your slow cooker. We like to serve it with rice.
Quick and easy Jimmy Dean® sausage casserole that can be made the night before and popped into the oven in the morning.
Savory street tacos made with Impossible™ Burger plant-based meat, chopped onions, diced tomatoes, fresh cilantro, and queso fresco. Quick and easy recipe for your taco-loving heart!
These beauties are loaded with goodness such as fresh spinach, black beans, rice, spices, and more. This recipe is easy to make and perfect for busy families.
For those who enjoy stuffed green peppers, this recipe provides a substantial breakfast adding potatoes, breakfast sausage, onion, eggs, and cheese. This is a hearty, well-balanced breakfast that can be made to eat right away, a day in advance, or can be frozen for a week.
This is the classic recipe used by Italians for a simple yet flavorful pasta. It’s the first dish that comes to mind on busy weeknights, fuel for late-night cram sessions like for “la note prima degli esami” (the night before final exams), impressing a boyfriend or girlfriend, or their parents, the times when the fridge is empty, or you just need a light starter to your meal. This is the epitome of comfort food in Italy.
I decided to combine my love of broccoli cheese soup with rotisserie chicken for a unique lasagna.
There are pork chops and then there are smoked pork chops. The rub has just the right amount of sweetness and saltiness that complements the smoky flavor perfectly. Oak is my wood of choice for these but feel free to substitute any hard wood chips.
Zucchini is not very exciting, interesting, or fun to eat, which is basically the opposite of a taco. But what we’re going to do here is use the same filling used to make tacos to stuff zucchini and turn something that’s generally unremarkable into something that is incredibly remarkable. This isn’t some kind of low-carb substitute gimmick–these really were amazing. Serve topped with diced tomato, green onions, sour cream, and cilantro, or any toppings you prefer.