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Guinness Beef Stew

Guinness Beef Stew

Few dishes are as easy to put together and as comforting as stew. Meat and vegetables are slow cooked to create a wholesome, hearty meal that warms the soul. Stews are a great way to stretch ingredients, tenderize tougher cuts of meat through low and slow cooking, and reduce dishes and clean up time by… Read More »

Broiled Barramundi with Puttanesca Sauce

Broiled Barramundi with Puttanesca Sauce

Puttanesca has become one of the iconic sauces to come out of Italy, partly for its fervent combination of salty and spicy flavors, and partly because it can be made nearly entirely using just pantry ingredients, making it an ideal weeknight sauce. Most often tossed with pasta, Lindsey uses it here as a sauce for… Read More »


Calzones 2 Ways: BBQ Chicken and Sausage & Peppers

Calzones 2 Ways: BBQ Chicken and Sausage & Peppers

A pocket of pizza is a pretty loveable item, especially when you throw in Jonathan’s step-by-step photos on how to make from-scratch calzones. From his homemade red-sauce for the sausage and pepper calzones to the folding process, he shot and explained it all. Making dough can seem like a big deal, but pizza dough can… Read More »

Classic Spaghetti and Meatballs

Classic Spaghetti Meatballs

Do you remember that scene in Lady and the Tramp? 1 noodle, 2 lovers, and a massive plate of spaghetti and meatballs. Well, this is what we’ve always imagined they were eating. Light enough yet meaty meatballs slow-simmered in a homemade marinara sauce, spooned on top of a plate of spaghetti. No turkey. No chicken…. Read More »


Cioppino – Fisherman’s Stew

Cioppino - Spicy Fisherman's Stew

This recipe takes us on a journey from one continent to another. Commonly known as one of the signature dishes of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf, cioppino is a seafood stew that actually has its origins in Genoa, Italy. When Italian immigrant fisherman (many from Genoa) settled in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood in the late… Read More »


Mushroom Bolognese with Gremolata

Mushroom Bolognese with Gremolata

Fooled you! What better way to celebrate April Fool’s Day than with a hearty plate of meatless Bolognese. Bolognese is a classic Italian meat sauce typically made with red wine, garlic and, yes, beef brisket or ground chuck. Instead, Colleen replaces the beef with dried porcini and fresh cremini mushrooms, making the dish meatless without… Read More »


Carbonnade – Belgian Beef, Beer, and Onion Stew

Carbonnade - Belgian Beef, Beer, and Onion Stew

Carbonnade is Belgium’s answer to classic French beef stew. Unlike most French stews which are simmered in red wine, this stew uses a rich, hearty Belgian ale as its base, lending a malty tanginess to the final product. Cubes of beef are seared then a heap of onions are caramelized in the same pan, picking… Read More »


Boeuf Bourguignon – French Beef Stew

Boeuf Bourguignon - French Beef Stew

Look no further for that perfect Valentine’s Day meal. After all, who knows love better than the French? Cubes of beef are slow simmered in red wine (French, of course), herbs, and veggies for hours until meltingly tender. As it cooks, the broth transforms into a luscious, soul-warming sauce that just screams romance. Towards the… Read More »


Southwest Chicken Chili

Southwest Chicken Chili

Let’s face it – chili is one of the most loved dishes to make for Super Bowl Sunday. If you want to make things a little bit healthier this year without losing one ounce of flavor, then this Southwest Chicken Chili from Laurie is the way to go. Shredded chicken is simmered in a broth… Read More »