In the Kitchen: Turkey on the GrillThere are so many ways to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving, but here's a quick and tasty alternative.
In the Kitchen: Pumpkin Soup With Gruyere CroutonsThis festive soup will help you celebrate the season and keep you warm.
In the Kitchen: Cuban SandwichSometimes, only a sandwich will do, and it's hard to go wrong with a nice Cuban sandwich.
In the Kitchen: Shrimp Diane SauceUsually reserved for steak, the traditional Diane sauce gets the seafood treatment.
In the Kitchen: Boeuf BourguignonThis is a great French soup to warm you up on a crisp Autumn night.
In the Kitchen: Creamy Roasted Mushroom SoupIt's getting chillier out. Warm your bones with this hearty, delicious soup.
In the Kitchen: Seriously Crispy Chicken WingsWhether you're throwing a football party or just making dinner, these wings are sure to please.
In the Kitchen: No Nut or Genovese Basil PestoThis pesto works well for those with nut allergies, or for somebody who just wants something a little different.
In the Kitchen: Duck Breast PoppersThis is a drop-dead appetizer when you are having a gathering at which you want to impress.
In the Kitchen: Chicken With Almond Saffron SauceTry this easy recipe for chicken with almond saffron sauce, forest mushrooms with pears and basmati rice.
In the Kitchen: Green Beans Done 2 WaysHere are two interesting takes on trying something new: A salad with peaches and a hot side using the little appreciated herb, tarragon
In the Kitchen: Australian Chicken CurryCurry from Australia? In Australia, Indian shops and restaurants are as plentiful as Mexican restaurants in the states.
In the Kitchen: 2 Great Dressing and Marinade TricksTwo surprising salad dressing and marinade tricks.
In the Kitchen: Chicken Dijon CapreseThis recipe calls for one half chicken per person, which is a lot, but sometimes it is dramatic to serve a half chicken. There is a bit of pre-work here, but the result is so good.
In the Kitchen: 300-Year-Old Istanbul Chicken KebabsThese are terrific, moist, flavorful and easy. Have fun with this recipe and make it your own.