Breakfast is the most delicious meal of the day, but it doesn't matter so much when in the day it comes. This hearty recipe is packed with meat and cheese and makes a great main course, whenever you serve it.
This vegetarian, kid-friendly dinner option tastes traditional but takes way less time than a classic lasagna recipe.
Topped with mashed potatoes, this easy-to-make dish is a fresh way to use Thanksgiving leftovers.
Cheesy-green rice casserole makes a humble but delicious meal -- and a great way to showcase those enormous bunches of spinach, kale, or chard you may find at the farmer's market. Even if you usually use white rice, try short-grain brown rice here: whole grains are nutty and delicious, and they're a great, inexpensive way to add nutrients to your diet.
We make a version of lasagna that I call "Almost Lasagna" that is very versatile and easy to make ahead and heat later. Add a crusty bread and bagged salad, and dinner is complete!
My kids love macaroni and cheese…me, not so much. This baked pasta dish is the perfect compromise. I get the sophisticated flavor of a cream-based tomato sauce, they get cheesy goodness. Put together you have one outstanding casserole that pleases the whole family. This dish is also perfect for pot-luck gatherings or to bring to a friend in need.
This is an adaptation of an arroz con pollo recipe from the great Rick Bayless book 'Mexican Everyday.' The addition of zucchini makes it a more complete one-pot dinner, with less seasoning in the interest of kid-friendliness. Get Catherine Newman's terrific recipe here.
Grandmother's classic potato casserole gets an update with the simple addition of slivered fennel. Get Alison Needham's terrific recipe here.
Your whole family will love this yummy chicken pasta casserole! Using Hidden Valley® The Original Ranch® Dressing, you can create wonderful comfort food in minutes.
This easy recipe gives kids a chance to get more involved in the Thanksgiving kitchen. All a grown-up needs to do is melt the butter and help with the oven. Your kids can grease the baking dish, stir everything together, and spoon the pleasantly gloppy mixture into the dish.