Skip the takeout and fire up your slow cooker instead! Packed with colorful peas and peppers, this is a restaurant favorite you’ll be happy to make at home. It’s easy, tasty and has a short cooking time, so plan accordingly. Round out your meal with a fruit salad.
Using up leftover ham and making use of that bag of dried beans you may have bought ages ago are great ideas right now! It’s still rainy and pretty chilly here in Maine, so this Easy Ham and Navy Bean soup is on the menu despite it being springtime….
Start your year with some homemade granola—it’s easy to make in the slow cooker, endlessly customizable, cheaper than store-bought and oh yeah, super tasty, too!
This potluck favorite is just as tasty eaten at home! It’s a versatile fall salad that gets better with a few hours in the fridge.
Say “yes” to a bowl of real oatmeal on a chilly morning without the hassle of tending it on the stove.
Inspired by the upcoming National Garlic Day (April 19th), we decided that this French classic was in order. Do not be afraid of the amount of garlic in this recipe, when garlic slow cooks it loses its bite and becomes the aromatic, flavorful star of the show.
One of the things I love about traditional boiled dinner is the leftovers. Homemade Corned Beef Hash is one of my all-time favorite treats. I often serve it for dinner with poached eggs because it is so filling.
This classic vegetarian chili is accented with smoky, sweet, roasted red peppers and topped with a vibrant avocado salsa. Cook this on a workday—it’ll be just fine if you’re late getting home.
According to my son, Evan, “These oatmeal, chocolate chip cookies are tasty and crunchy and perfect with milk.”
This is such a pretty (and healthy) stew. Cut the potatoes, carrots, zucchini and sausage roughly the same size for the most attractive presentation. No worries if you don’t have a crowd to feed—leftover soup makes a wonderful brown bag lunch.