It's 5:30pm, the kids are hungry, and you're at the helm in the kitchen for dinner. What can you make that will fill everyone up without requiring any fancy steps on your part? We have the answer.
Philly? Yeah, we know a shortcut. Make the classic cheesesteak using pre-cooked roast beef.
Crunchy, sweet, spicy sandwiches with a garden taste from freshly-chopped herbs.
These ribs simmer for five hours in a slow cooker. And just when they think they're done? Pow! A cascade of sauce for 30 minutes of soaking in pure flavor. Soon these ribs will be saying hi to your ribs.
A big, hearty meal for cold winter nights. Spoon this up, light a fire, and dig in. Happiness awaits.
Your game day guests came for football, but they'll be tackling each other to get at this amazing appetizer.
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.
Feed a football team with this muscular soup, thick with meat, veggies and pasta.
That unique Moroccan flavor can be on your plate in a hurry--combined with couscous for a full meal.
Spiced-up pork chops with pineapple, bell peppers and jalapenos. A Chinese dish you can make at home.
An good workaround for rice pilaf. Every man likes a quality workaround. Saffron, the world's most expensive spice, adds the flavor...but don't worry, you'll only use a bit of it.
Add chorizo & chicken to the magic of duos like Hall & Oates, Kobe & Shaq and Black & Decker. Lemon goes well with both the sausage and the chicken thighs, with garlic adding a hint of spice.
The crunch of fried chicken in healthier turkey form. Finished with a simple, healthy sauce you'll want to turn into one of your go-to kitchen players.
A filling, slightly spicy slow cooker stew. After 8 hours simmering in apple juice and cinnamon, you better believe you'll have some flavorful chicken on your fork.
A hot chili with the authentic Mexican taste of mole. Serve in tortillas, over rice, or just on its own.
An easy way to make a new type of pizza. Only 15 minutes in the oven.
A simple, filling, very meaty pizza that's ready in 30 minutes. Think, you can start it during the pre-game show and have it ready just after kickoff.
Just a casserole, really, but of *course* the French have to call it something different. Still, it has bacon, so we forgive.
A quick-cooking take on the New Orleans favorite, jambalaya.
Forget apple or pumpkin, this is a man's pie. Includes all the man food groups--spicy, hot doggy, and cheesy.
Is it cornbread with chili cooked in? Or chili with a cornbread base? You decide. Either way, you'll find it hard to stop eating.