'Not Your Mother's Casseroles' on Serious Eats

Cook the Book: Asian Cabbage Rolls with Spicy Pork

Stuffed cabbage is one of those wonderfully forgiving creations that can be flavored with virtually any combination of flavors and still emerge from the oven hearty, delicious, and totally satisfying. Steamed or sauced; stuffed with pork, beef, lamb, or chicken; there's something magical that happens when the cabbage leaves are stuffed and baked. This recipe for Asian Cabbage Rolls with Spicy Pork from Faith Durand's Not Your Mother's Casseroles takes a savory, gingery approach with a filling inspired by Chinese dumplings. More

Cook the Book: Bread and Onion Panade with Spicy Greens

This Bread and Onion Panade with Spicy Greens from Faith Durand's Not Your Mother's Casseroles takes crisp cubes of sour dough and layers them with sticky sweet caramelized onions, bitter spicy greens, and nutty shredded gruyère. Once the casserole is assembled it's doused with warm chicken stock and baked until the top is bubbly brown, and the greens on the surface are just short of charred. More

Cook the Book: Salted Caramel and Walnut Slice

Faith Durand, author of Not Your Mother's Casseroles has a pretty loose definition when it comes to defining the word "casserole." She basically says that any baked dish falls into the category. Using this definition, all sorts of desserts fall under the casserole category, including these insanely delicious Salted Caramel and Walnut Slices. While I'm not totally sold on these crazy rich chocolate-caramel-coconut-walnut cookies as a casserole, I sure am glad that Durand shared the recipe. More

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