Split pea soup is a comfort food classic, and this version couldn't be easier. Just place dried split peas in your slow cooker, top them with diced mirepoix (carrot, celery, and onion), plus some garlic, parsley, and bay leaf. Add a ham bone or ham hocks for a little smoky meatiness, and cover it all with chicken or vegetable stock, then turn on the crockpot and walk away. The result is creamy, hearty, and freezes well, so you can make a big batch to keep extra on hand for the next time you need a soothing soup, stat. Read more.
Ladies and gentleman, meet your new favorite single-skillet supper. When done right, a pan-seared hanger steak is one of the most delicious cuts of beef you’ll eat; it’s incredibly flavorful, tender, juicy, and best of all, relatively inexpensive.
Whether you love cranberry sauce, turkey, or mashed potatoes, everyone has a different favorite part of family holiday meals. But have you every considered putting all of those favorite parts inside of a popsicle?