Celebrate the start of 2008 with these delicious new dinners, from a modern twist on classic chicken and dumplings to wholesome ancho-grilled salmon.
Who doesn't have a soft spot for this favorite? Turned into a thick chicken soup with olives and mushrooms, it's a bit more modern than Grandma's dumpling recipe. Savory stovetop biscuits keep it classic.
This chunky version of a time-honored comfort food is tasty and convenient. It combines pantry-ready tomatoes -- canned, dried, and paste -- with onions, celery, and parsley. Serve it with a grilled cheese sandwich.
Fresh mango slices and lime juice give hearty pork-and-white-bean chili an expected twist.
With a delectable blend of flank steak, fiery salsa, red peppers, and angel hair pasta, this hearty dish is endlessly satisfying -- and ready and on the table in 30 minutes.
For a chili that's sure to satisfy the meat lovers in your family, try this recipe: It combines beef and bacon. Mix your classic cheddar topper with fresh oregano for a fresh twist.
You won't feel an ounce of guilt when eating this warming soup. A vitamin-rich blend of kale, spinach, leeks, and zucchini is endlessly satisfying -- and only 90 calories per serving.
Looking for a unique Super Bowl dish? Try this delicious soup -- it's rich and creamy, with all the crowd-pleasing flavors of spicy buffalo chicken wings. Save time by picking up a roasted chicken from your local deli.
Fresh pork hocks make this black-eyed pea recipe hearty enough for your main course -- simply serve it over rice. Add heat with crushed red pepper.
To get a head start on this side dish, blanch and refrigerate the greens for up to 24 hours ahead of time. Mix in the ham, garlic, jalapeno, and brown sugar just before serving.
How to spice up cabbage? Toss it with our delicious gravy made from coffee and molasses.
This recipe mixes regular cornmeal and stone-ground cornmeal, creating a cornbread that's uniquely tender and firm at the same time.
Toss together beef, egg noodles, broccoli, onions, and bottled peanut sauce for a simple supper that's ready in just 20 minutes.
Spice up simple salmon with a mix of cumin and ancho chili powder. Broiled potatoes coated with the same spice mixture complete the dish -- and it's all ready and on the table in 20 minutes.
Here's the perfect recipe for a last-minute dinner party: It takes just 20 minutes to make, and with colorful spinach, peppers, and plump shrimp, will dazzle your guests. Garlic adds a bit of kick.
For a simple -- yet impressive -- homemade dip, blend yogurt cheese with roasted red sweet peppers, green onions, kalamata olives, and fresh herbs. Serve it with toasted pita bread, carrots, or cucumber spears.
Dark chocolate sticks are dipped in peanut butter and coated with dried fruit and nuts. For a crunchier treat, use pretzel sticks instead of the chocolate.