In the middle of the bleak midwinter, mac and cheese is the ultimate comfort food. It's easy to make the real thing!
Mark Bittman's new book, How to Cook Everything Fast, provides real-life advice for getting dinner on the table in no time, and still doing it from scratch.
This beef and sweet potato combo goes down easy on a cold winter’s night. Baked pears complete the meal.
Brazilian Feijoada is a flavourful stew that's high in protein and fibre and simple to make - it's inexpensive and deliciously different if you want to break the dinnertime rut.
Stew doesn't have to take all day, especially with these easy ingredients.
In Italy, simple is better when it comes to pizza; you won't find the deep dish stuffed crust meat lovers’ extravaganzas that dominate takeout this side of the ocean.
These tender pockets filled with ricotta and chard are referred to as tortelli or ravioli (depending on what part of Italy you’re in); either way, they're delicious.
Try your hand at fresh pasta, it’s easier than you think.
Tired of typical leftover turkey recipes? A big, one-pan curry is a tasty way to finish up your bird and use up veggies that are on their last leg.
A Swiss rosti – a large, crisp potato pancake that’s particularly popular with kids – is inexpensive, easy to make and versatile.