This classic Southern dish is a base of creamy cheese grits topped with shrimp and spinach in a light sauce.
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This Southern classic is similar to pumpkin pie. Buttermilk adds a slight tang.
In this Southern riff on the French dish of salad with goat cheese toasts, homemade pimiento cheese stands in for goat cheese.
Remember that retro salad of fruit, marshmallows, and coconut? This is inspired by that creation, but much more grown up.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake has stood the test of time for good reason: Tthe bottom cake is moist and buttery, while the top oozes with pineapple and caramel.
Meatloaf is a classic comfort food, but serving it in individual portions makes it just right for a party.
[Photograph: Carrie Vasios] About the author: Carrie Vasios is the Editor of Serious Eats Sweets and the Community Manager of Serious Eat. She writes the Wake and Bake, Cookie Monster, and Serious Entertaining columns. She likes perusing her large collection...
[Photographs: Carrie Vasios] About the author: Carrie Vasios is the Editor of Serious Eats Sweets and the Community Manager of Serious Eat. She writes the Wake and Bake, Cookie Monster, and Serious Entertaining columns. She likes perusing her large collection...
The surprise in this creamy, tangy cheesecake is a layer of blueberries over a graham cracker crust.
Tacos are filled with slices of grilled chicken and topped with a nutty pumpkin seed sauce
A variety of peppers, zucchini, and onions are rubbed with a mix of chipotle and ancho chili powders then roasted and tossed with vinegar and Cotija cheese.
Cara cara oranges are sweet and low in acid with hints of grapefruit and cherry. They add depth to this citrusy, refreshing tequila cocktail.
This incredibly easy pie has a soft, custard-like texture and bright lemon flavor.
Creamy gigante beans are tossed with a bright Meyer lemon vinaigrette and served over crunchy, toasted pain au levain.
A hearty soup that makes a great vegetarian main course.
This traditional Greek lemon and egg soup gets a twist, and added flavor, from tomatoes.
This is a vegetable-packed version of Italian Wedding Soup. The meatballs use turkey instead of beef and pork.
Sweet roasted beets, crunchy walnuts, and bright baby spinach make a simple but well balanced salad.
In a twist on Pasta Alla Norma, penne is topped with eggplant, mozzarella, basil, and a light tomato sauce.
These fun roll-out butter cookies are mixed with sprinkles.