This is sinfully delicious and will get you a lot of OOHs and AAHs. Simple but fantastic! Coconut milk crepes with a banana filling are flambeed with Grand Marnier orange liqueur.
An authentic Cincinnati German tradition. This is peasant food and, therefore, labor intensive. There is no "healthy" way to make this dish, so don't eat it every day and you'll be okay.
A balanced BBQ sauce with equal parts heat and sweet.
Turn up the class with this simple but spicy side dish.
When red meat isn't an option, flavor still can be. These chicken burgers, with fresh mozzarella, avocado, a hint of Worcestershire, and much more, are chock-full of it.
A very quick chili, thanks to your trusty food processor or blender. And a very tasty chili, thanks to your trusty bacon.
This 150-year old recipe from the old country gets new life with a tool 19th century cooks didn't have--the slow cooker. If they had it, they would've used it. Inspired by Michael and Carolyn's "Simple Hungarian Stew."
The Chinese classic scallion pancakes are no breakfast pancakes. They have a savory flavor that's great to serve with an Asian-style dinner.
This quick and easy French toast is topped with a simple apricot sauce for a tasty, sweet morning start.
A classic chicken liver pate to make as a classy gourmet appetizers.
These fresh and easy small pizzas are cheesy and meaty, with a hearty topping of cheese.
A home version of this New Orleans sandwich classic.
Easy sauteed pork chops topped with a chimichurri sauce, a South American classic.
Great directions for pan frying pork wontons on your stove. Garlic adds a nice flavor boost to this simple recipe.
Red beans and rice turned on its head in this meaty, spicy meal of beans, rice and chorizo sausage.
Men have enjoyed gazpacho soup for generations--Spanish farm workers loved it for cooling them off after a hard day in the fields. This modern take incorporates simple cooked shrimp.
Overwhelmed with extra tortillas? This easy recipe turns them into breading for simple pork chops. Clear the fridge and fill your stomach.
The spicy, smoky flavor of chipotle flavors this easy and quick ground chicken chili. Here's a fun fact for ya: A "chipotle pepper" isn't a different type of pepper, but is really just a jalapeno pepper that's been smoked.
A big, flavorful roast beef sandwich, like you'd get at one of New York's best corner delis.
One of the first deep-fried foods, these tasty balls of mashed up beans and spices are devoured by hungry guys all over the world.