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This Valentine’s Day, skip the loud, crowded restaurants and treat your special someone to a romantic homemade meal instead.
Linguine with clams is one of those dishes that sounds elegant but it’s actually one of the easiest, most affordable pasta dishes you can make.
Though this a classic restaurant dish, it’s really easy to make at home. With just one pan, you can have it on the table in 45 minutes.
A Maryland staple, these crab cakes made from fresh lump crab meat and very little filler.
The whole family will love these crispy chicken cutlets in a lemony butter and caper sauce — and the dish comes together in a flash.
Brimming with fresh seafood in a tomato and wine broth that tastes like the sea, cioppino is a hearty Italian-American fish stew.
This elegant baked salmon with a crunchy topping takes just 20 minutes: 10 minutes to prep and 10 minutes to bake.
Similar in taste to beef bourguignon, these red wine braised short ribs make a cozy yet elegant dish. Perfect for a night in!
Golden-crisp on top and just barely cooked in the center, this pan seared salmon is both easy to make and elegant to serve.
A rotisserie chicken and store-bought puff pastry make these individual pot pies easy to prepare — and they’re next-level delicious!
This recipe takes a few shortcuts, making it doable on a weeknight, yet tastes as good as the chicken parm from your favorite Italian restaurant.
Coq au vin is a hearty French stew of chicken braised in red wine with mushrooms and crisp pancetta.
A classic French dish, steak au poivre is a pan-seared filet mignon with a crunchy peppercorn crust and rich Cognac sauce.