Pace Webb ( http://www.tasteofpace.com ) says: If you ask any kid what their favorite dish is, chances are they'll say mac 'n cheese. I wanted to make a version that had a little more nutrition to it, but also add some sophisticated flavors for the parents. I think this is a winning combination that everyone in the family can enjoy. Let me know what you think!
Dana Joy Altman ( http://www.realfoodrehab.com ): I learned this recipe from a chef who I once worked with at a supper club. He used to serve it at our family-style staff meals (so you know it's hearty AND delicious!). It's quick-and-easy to prepare and all for under $10, but your friends and family will think otherwise. From the creamy ricotta to the smoky bacon to the bite of the lemon zest, this dish is all about sophistication. It's the perfect answer to an impromptu date night or a great way to spice up your weekday dinner rut. Give it a try and let me know what you think. Happy cooking!
Sienna DeGovia ( http://siennacake.com ): My husband loves pizza, but pizza delivery gets pretty expensive ... not to mention all the added calories! So, I created this healthy alternative using simple ingredients and store-bought dough. This recipe is the perfect weeknight meal. It's quick and easy to make and a great (cheaper!) alternative to delivery. Your kids -- and picky eater hubbies -- will love it!
Jenny Park ( http://spoonforkbacon.com ): Roasting a whole chicken may seem intimidating to a home cook, but it really couldn't be easier. It's just a few easy steps to prep the bird and into the oven it goes. Not to mention, the leftovers can be used for lunches and dinners in the subsequent days. It's a meal that just keeps on giving!
Jenny Park ( http://spoonforkbacon.com ): Beef Bourguignon may seem like an intimidating dish. Perhaps one that you would have at a fancy French bistro with a glass of red wine or one that only Julia Child could tackle ... but it's actually quite simple to prepare and best of all it can be done in one pot! C'est magnifique!
Jenny Park ( http://spoonforkbacon.com ): A lazy weekday dinner doesn't have to mean deciding between cheap take-out or microwaving a packaged dinner tray. You'll be surprised how fast you can whip up this delicious turkey panini. All the ingredients can be purchased at your supermarket and it only takes a few minutes to build your sandwich. Buon appetito!
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