Crowd-Pleasing Casseroles

Colman Andrews's shepherd's pie

 

If you haven't made a casserole lately, it's time to give the unsung hero of the workweek another look. These anything-but-outdated dishes are among our favorite make-ahead meals.

 

Old-Fashioned Rich Chicken Pie

A dash of Tabasco adds a jolt of vibrancy to this classic comfort-food dish. (A cup of heavy cream doesn't hurt either.)

 

Shepherd's Pie

Made with flavorful ground lamb, this irresistible one-pot meal from cookbook author Colman Andrews is a simple Sunday-night project.

 

Cornbread-Crusted White Chili with Green Chilies and Hominy

Looking for a way to repurpose leftover roast chicken? Try this insanely... Read more >

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Culinary Challenge: Don't Let Those Green Peppers Go to Waste!

green pepper recipes curated by the James Beard Foundation

 

For several weeks each summer, we find ourselves with a crisper drawer packed with green peppers. Bell peppers, Cubanelles, long greens: we get an assortment each week from our CSA, which we promptly toss into the fridge to languish while we wait for inspiration to strike.

 

Though they have their fervent fans, green peppers are more often dismissed (as bitter and under-ripe) or even maligned (food writer Michael Ruhlman once referred to them on his blog as "the earth's most lamentable vegetable"). For those of us whose feelings on the matter are slightly less impassioned, green peppers can still be a culinary challenge—there are only so many stuffed peppers one family can eat. Determined to conquer this aversion, we went on a hunt for recipes that could make us believers. Here are a few that just might do the trick:... Read more >

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