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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!
These brats are super easy to make and perfect for fall weather. Cook them for a Oktoberfest celebration or a tailgating party.
If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Cajun Beans and Quinoa.
Biscuits from scratch are easy to make and since this recipe uses an entire tablespoon of baking powder, they rise up high.
This recipe only takes 5 minutes from start to finish and only uses four ingredients. You can even microwave it!