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Tomatoes, slightly spicy green chiles, and crunchy corn chip pieces make this homemade mac pretty extraordinary.
Turn this creamy soup into a savory dish by adding crispy bacon slices.
Buttery cornbread tastes even better when it's made in a cast iron skillet.
Tools you'll need: $13, Lodge Cast Iron Skillet,
Nothing says comfort like a bowl of homemade chicken soup.
Cheddar cheese baked right into the dough adds a delicious savory touch,
With mayonnaise, pimentos, chipotles, scallions, Worcestershire, chili powder, and cumin, this is one flavor-packed spread.
Hatch chiles give these creamy grits extra kick.
Dijon mustard gives this creamy and cheesy hybrid dish some tang.
Velveeta cheese is the secret ingredient behind this ooey, gooey homemade rice bake.
Tools you'll need: $20, Cuisinart Stainless Saucepan,
A top layer of crumbly cornbread makes this skillet dish extra savory.
Tools you'll need: $24, Non-stick Skillet Pan,
A single saucepot is all you need to make this hearty (and healthy!) chicken pot pie recipe.
Is there anything better than a seemingly endless amount of your favorite fried seafood?
Tools you'll need: $30, Hamilton Beach Deep Fryer,
Move over bread crumbs, this hand-crushed potato chip rub is the perfect addition to baked halibut.
Tools you'll need: $9, Lemon Zester,
The secret to better mac and cheese? Beer, of course.
Tools you'll need: $24, Large Skillet,
Bake these mini cobblers in individual skillets for the cutest dessert—no sharing necessary.
Tools you'll need: $12, Mini Skillets,
Every country home needs something simmering in the kitchen, so fire up this versatile big-batch recipe.
Tools you'll need: $31, 6-Quart Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker,
Vegetable lasagna's universal appeal and easy preparation make it a great choice for any get-together.
Tools you'll need: $22, Lasagna Pan,
Topped with gooey marshmallows and coconut crumble, this rich dish can double as dessert.
Tools you'll need: $11, 8-Inch Square Casserole Dish,
To keep mashed potatoes warm until the meal is served, place them in a heat-proof bowl and cover with foil. Set that bowl in a pot of barely simmering water that reaches halfway up the side of the bowl.
Tools you'll need: $6, Potato Masher,
We love this recipe, from Mark Romano of Highland Kitchen in Boston, which serves four but is easily doubled or tripled for large crowds.
Tools you'll need: $16, Large Mixing Bowl,
This hearty recipe from Montague's Texas-Style BBQ & Home Cooking in Hermann, Mo., along the Missouri Wine Trail includes bacon and cheddar cheese.
Light, crispy, and absolutely luscious, these homemade onion rings from Ford Fry, executive chef at in Atlanta, are a real treat.
Recipe: Milk-Powder Red-Onion Rings
Fresh herbs gussy up these classic buttermilk favorites.
Recipe: Caraway-Dill Biscuits
A no-stir Bolognese sauce emerges fresh tasting and fragrant from a slow cooker. The lid seals tight to the pot, preventing moisture and flavor from escaping.
Recipe: Bolognese Sauce
No need to make fresh pasta for these silky ricotta-pumpkin cannelloni—oven-ready lasagna sheets work just fine.
Crushed chile flakes and roasted red peppers contribute spicy punch to this creamy potato gratin, inspired by pimento cheese — often called Southern pate.
Recipe: Pimento-Cheese Potato Gratin