Think brunch is basic? Meet avocado toast. These Instagram-famous toasts are the best thing since sliced bread and can be topped with just about anything you like.View Slideshow
Netflix bingeing is now an official American pastime, so it only makes sense that it gets its own set of snack recipes. We've gathered some of our favorite snack ideas, from the sweet to the salty to the OMG amazing. Whip 'em up, settle in, and let the marathon begin.View Slideshow
Italian flavors and favorite foods abound in these recipes. Whether you're interested in chicken, beef, lamb, or eggs, there's a recipe here that's just perfect for you.
From its name to its old-country ingredients, such as arugula, Romano cheese, and focaccia, this sandwich is Italian through and through.
Underneath a crisp crumb topping is a creamy blend of spinach, sausage, and beans.
The addition of carrots, garlic, basil, and green onions give this dish its name. Long, slow cooking is the key to producing the creamy results in this classic Italian dish.
Individual crustless quiches -- with zucchini, garlic, basil, and mozzarella -- give a weekend brunch panache.
Toss this fruity pesto with pasta for a lively side dish. You'll find the arrow-shaped leaves of sorrel in the salad section of your supermarket.
Asiago cheese is a semifirm, Italian cheese that lends a rich nutty flavor to this polenta topped with a fresh-flavored tomato sauce.
In this version, onions, tomatoes, sweet peppers, and zucchini top French bread and are smothered in a layer of provolone cheese. Feel free to substitute yellow squash for the zucchini and different color peppers for the green pepper.
Sweet peppers, onion, olive oil, red wine vinegar, and garlic make up the flavorful Italian-inspired relish that enhances these elegant tenderloin steaks.
Broccoli and sweet red pepper are a colorful combination for this easy Italian egg dish.
This dish contains all the best ingredients Italy has to offer: black olives, capers, garlic, basil, wine, olive oil, and tomatoes.
Purchased spaghetti sauce simplifies the prep time for this hearty beef dinner.
Use your crockery cooker to make these Italian-style veal shanks. The squash and Brussels sprouts are wonderful additions to this classic.
Potatoes take the place of pasta in this hearty spinach, mushroom, cheese, and sausage recipe.
This open-face omelet calls on a windfall of convenience products -- feta cheese that's already crumbled, bottled minced garlic, and roasted red sweet pepper from a jar -- to make a colorful, delicious, and simple dish.
Spinach, ham, and eggs are the base for this quick-to-fix one-dish meal.
Veal scallops get topped with sauteed mushrooms, onions, and Marsala sauce in this wonderful classic dish.