Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread

This Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread is so good it’s ridiculous. I scribbled the recipe on a scrap of paper years ago while watching Ina Garten make it on TV and filed it away. A few years later I came across the recipe and made a batch. It was incredible. Sometimes cornbread can be dry but Ina shared a little trick that ensures it comes out moist every time.

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Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken is probably the most popular mainstream Indian meal. It’s a simple recipe where chicken is simmered in a mild fragrant tomato sauce and usually served over rice. It doesn’t take long to prepare and this recipe has ingredients you can find at most grocery stores.

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Shepherds Pie

Food doesn’t have to be sophisticated to be delicious. Repurposing leftovers instead of reheating and having the same dinner all over again adds variety to your meal rotation. So next time you’re making mashed potatoes, be sure to add a few extra potatoes to the pot so you have an excuse to make Shepherds Pie.

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Brussels Sprouts Gratin with Spinach and Leeks

If you ask people what their least favourite vegetable is, I’ll bet the top two answers are Brussels sprouts and spinach. This creamy Brussels Sprouts Gratin with Spinach and Leeks just may win over a few haters. With zesty goat cheese and a crunchy Parmesan topping, who would be able to resist?

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Eggplant Parmesan

Eggplant slices get crispy and crunchy when coated with breadcrumbs and fried until golden. Then, baking Eggplant Parmesan with just the right amount of sauce and a cheesy topping transforms the inside of the eggplant to a creamy texture you won’t believe, a perfect combination of textures without being soggy.

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