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  • Blackened Green Beans

    While “blackening” was a traditional New Orleans method of cooking spice-rubbed foods over very high heat, with the right seasoning blend, you can get equally good result over medium high heat. The idea is to slightly scorch, or blacken, the surface of the food to give it a deep, rich, savory flavor.

  • Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili

    The smoky, sweet and spicy flavors blend beautifully in this sultry twist on chili. Make it meatless by omitting the bacon and adding ¼ teaspoon smoked paprika, and using vegetable broth in place of the chicken broth.

  • Cuban Reuben

    The Big Apple’s always been about creative mash-ups, especially when it comes to food: after all, it’s New York City. The Cuban Reuben offers some uptown-downtown inspiration for your own kitchen creativity by giving two classic food traditions a spin. Pork tenderloin gets a juicy kick from a citrus and garlic marinade, then deli-thin slices are layered with Swiss and tangy sauerkraut.

  • Hearty Ancho, Turkey and Pumpkin Chili

    Pumpkin is the secret ingredient that gives this smoky chili savory-sweet, creamy richness.

  • Chili Dogs

    Make the chili in advance if you’d like; it keeps well in the refrigerator for several days or freezes well.

  • Chicken and White Bean Chili

    Is it a soup or a stew? Call it what you will, you’re going to want to keep this recipe in your “favorites” file and bring it out on cold winter nights, when watching the game with a crowd…and on busy weeknights, too. Freeze leftovers in portion size containers for microwave friendly lunches.

  • Sweet and Sour Meatballs

    Make these irresistible tangy and sweet meatballs a day or two ahead of time and simply re-heat before serving.

  • Pork Parmesan

    Make this crowd-pleaser ahead of time through step #3, place the cutlets on the baking sheet and top them with the sauce and cheese. Just before serving, bring the pork to room temperature and finish in the oven for the final 10 minutes of cooking, or until they’re heated through.

  • Tex-Mex Beef and Tortilla Casserole

    Make this crowd-pleaser as spicy—or not—as you like by controlling the amount of chipotle powder, and by using salsa that is as mild or fiery as you like.

  • Staten Island Pulled Pork Parm Sliders

    Marinara – the name alone conjures up visions of southern Italy. And south of Manhattan you’ll find Italian-American communities that comprise nearly one-third of Staten Island, but who’s counting. Everyone eats Italian, and everyone says, “sauce” like cousin Vinny. So here you go – pork sliders with sauce & parm.

  • Bruschettas on Country Bread

    These quick toasted breads are the perfect accompaniment to hummus and baba ghanoush on an appetizer platter.

  • Cheesesteak Panini

    This fast and easy twist on the Philly Cheese steak is great for weeknight meals—and perfect Sunday game-watching fare.