23 Winter Comfort Foods That Are Almost As Cozy As Staying in Bed
Would still recommend eating them in bed, but you get the idea.
17 Sweet Potato Recipes That Might Pass for 'Healthy'
Sure, there might be marshmallows on top, but it's what's underneath that counts.
A Lot of People Are Creeped Out by Walmart's Ad for 'Funeral Potatoes'
If you're not from Utah or the Midwest, you might not be familiar with the cheesy potato dish you eat when someone dies.
Hash Brown Casserole
This is nothing but processed goodness: cheddar cheese, canned soup, and hash browns all baked together in a bubbly casserole.
Piss Off Your Conservative Uncle with This Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner
This year, take a break from turkey and make a momentous ten course vegan feast.
Green Bean Casserole with Smoked Gouda and Fried Shallots
This is a fancy, updated version of a classic green bean casserole, with gorgeous chanterelles instead of cream of mushroom soup, and crispy shallots instead of fried onions. Hell yeah.
Chicken-Fried Wagyu Steak
Is this a desecration of Wagyu? Maybe. But that doesn't mean it's not ridiculously delicious, especially alongside fancier blue-box mac 'n' cheese.
Frank Pinello's aunt shares their family recipe for a potato casserole unlike any we've ever had before.
This Junk Food Casserole Is the Most Delightfully Trashy Way to Celebrate the Holidays
Look, no matter what you may think of the outcome of the election, this is America. And one of our country's proudest traditions across party lines is to celebrate the joys of eating glorious, fattening junk, especially in company of loved ones during...
You Can't Beat a Junk Food Casserole
I didn’t grow up with a lot of other canned or processed foods because my mom, dad, and immediate grandparents were all incredible cooks. But our potato casserole is strictly a product of the 50s—because if it’s good, it’s good.
Sweet Potato Casserole Was Invented by the Marshmallow Industry
Yes, Americans were, in fact, taught to eat sweet potato casserole by a corporation that not only mass-marketed marshmallows, but also brought you Cracker Jacks.
This Baker Is Turning 17th Century Witches’ Broth Into Pie
Four hundred years after the trial of Lancashire’s Pendle witches—12 men and women executed for witchcraft and murder—baker Christine Turner makes pies inspired by the broth served at their illicit gatherings.