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It has become a Payne family tradition to serve this on Christmas morning with scrambled eggs and sparkling orange juice (OJ mixed with Sprite).

I’m a full believer that being active makes for a happier state of mind, so I made a plan for the day. It involved baking and cookies…lots of cookies.

There’s nothing like a hot bowl of chili on a cold evening…

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Moroccan Chicken Tagine.

Try whipping up a dozen of these for the family one morning!

In this House Works, Chef Judy shows us how to make a great pork roast in honor of National Pork Month.

I’m always sad when summer is over, but I do look forward to the cooler weather, Halloween, and squash. Yes, I have really learned to love all types of squash. It’s a great source of fiber and makes for a great side dish. Here’s a super simple recipe using acorn squash that gives you that yummy sweet and salty flavor. And it makes your house smell amazing while you’re roasting it!

I was aiming for Creme Brulee toast but it didn’t turn out that way and I accidentally made caramel instead!

This is a one-pot wonder! By buying a whole chicken and cutting it up yourself, you’ll save a ton of money.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Healthier Beef Goulash.

Since my family loves pumpkin and also cinnamon rolls, how about putting them together?!!?!? I topped these when they were still warm with an easy three-ingredient icing.

In honor of October being National Pork Month, Chef Judy Gilliard shares a recipe for pulled pork that's full of fall flavor.

Yes, tomatoes are on their way out. And what better way to bid them farewell than to turn them - along with a few peppers, onions, and avocados - into a delicious salsa and guacamole.

In line with the simple eating we love, these burritos can be filled with a couple of eggs and any veggies you may have in your crisper.

This is enough to serve 6 (or 4 very hungry) people.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of One Dish Chicken Green Beans and Potatoes.

Chocolate and peanut butter are a "classic" combo that have been around for a long time. Did you know that the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup was invented in 1928?

Chef Judy shares a chicken dish that is not that time consuming to make, and yet will be very satisfying for our family.

Baked beans are perfect if you're planning a picnic or need a side dish at a tailgate party.

I am a very reluctant fall lover. I really do love the fall season and everything it brings: the cooler weather, the beautiful changing leaves, the pumpkin recipes, apple picking, pumpkin carving, etc. My problem with fall is that it’s the end of summer. Booo!