Gratin of Baked Fennel, Onion, and Red Bell Pepper with Gorgonzola and Danish Sausage (Medisterpølse) is genuine comfort food, but at the same time, it’s an easy bit of everyday cooking.
This is a recipe, or more of a how-to, for Old-Fashioned Hash from leftover ingredients that include pork roast, cheese, potatoes, and a host of vegetables. It’s topped with sunny-side-up eggs. It’s a wonderful breakfast that stems from one of Julia Child’s cookbooks.
This Kentucky Bourbon Alfredo uses a cheese sauce who’s main ingredient is Kentucky Bourton Bellavitano (which is a cheddar-Parmesan hybrid). Not comfort-foody enough, pasta lover? The recipe also calls for mushrooms and chicken … it’s gonna put you down.
These homemade Hard Salami Pull-Apart Rolls are made from an easy-ish, yeast-risen bread dough. They’re full of Parmesan cheese and garlic. Pair them up with a bowl of chili, or use them to make some killer sliders.
Chicken over Pasta in a Brie and Bacon Sauce. Need I say more? Breasts. Recipe. There, now I’ve said everything.
This Cast-Iron Skillet Hasselback Potato Gratin is the extra-strength comfort food you’ve been looking for to get you through these trying times.
We put this Feta-Stuffed French Bread recipe to the test. The question: could salami, cream cheese, soup mix, sour cream, and feta, make us want to eat our spinach? The answer: yes.
Sure, you made it past Christmas, but what are you going to do about New Years? This. The flavor of this fig-and-mascarpone appetizer is delicious, but the texture is equally interesting. It’s not at all difficult, but it is a time consuming recipe. Still, it’s best to make it day-of … well in advance.
Who doesn’t love a Christmas Lasagna! Pop it into a multi-course lineup that includes a savory cheesecake, Opah, salad, butterflake rolls, and chocolate stout cake and you’ve got an epic celebration.