Sunday Supper

Those meals that take a little longer to prepare and develop flavor over time, building anticipation until it’s finally time to eat, these are the meals I call Sunday Supper. Can you taste the love? ❤

My Chicken Marsala

My spin on this Italian classic dish includes a couple of time-saving shortcuts. It’s delicious and comforting, but still manages to be elegant and sophisticated.

Spicy Beer-braised Brisket

A few pantry and fridge door items provide the flavorful braising sauce for this oh-so-tender, point-cut brisket that’s perfectly easy for Hanukkah!

Buttermilk Roasted Chicken

You only need a good pair of kitchen scissors to create this presentation, and the buttermilk brine brings a world of flavor into the chicken with almost no effort.

Easy Slow Cooker Beef Stew

With the arrival of fall, I can’t stop thinking about my favorite, cool-weather comfort foods. This beef stew is hearty, delicious, and so easy in the slow cooker.

Les’s Veal & Eggplant Parm

Growing up, my sisters and I got a lot of basic dinners: meat, potato, canned vegetable. But oh for the once or twice a year when Mom decided to cook one of her specialties—veal parmigiana! This is my kicked-up version, including eggplant and homemade, garden-fresh sauce.

Slow Cooker Cuban-style Pork

Halfway through Hispanic Heritage Month, I put my slow cooker to work for this easy, no-fuss version of one of Cuba’s most iconic dishes.


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