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Carole Haffey, one of QVC's talented food stylists, brought us this special recipe for 8-Cheese Mac & Cheese. We just had to share it with all of you!
Summer just isn't summer without macaroni salad. It's perfect for virtually every summer event...picnics, barbecues, weeknight dinner, you name it!
Traditional Amish sweet bread uses a starter that needs to be made 10 days ahead of baking. This recipe eliminates the need for a starter, so you can enjoy it right away!
Company coming? Feed a crowd with a chopped salad that's easy to make and can be prepared a few days ahead of time.
Apples in mac & cheese? You heard right! The cheesy noodle goodness complements the apples & onions.
The Perfect Gourmet makes a mean pot sticker! And this recipe is the perfect complement. You might want to double the dipping sauce!
Avocados are ripe when the skin is a very dark green (almost black) and its texture is bumpy. They should give to slight pressure when gently squeezed, without leaving indentations.
I love bacon, especially in this delicious side dish! Enjoy a comfort food recipe that can feed a crowd during the holidays.
I can't say no to bacon or burgers! Two of my food favorites come together in this easy-to-assemble recipe.
This beautiful, flavorful recipe will make the perfect side dish at your Thanksgiving table. Or, serve it as a vegetarian entrée.
This is a perfect recipe to utilize your summer bounty. Make it as a side to a main course, or make it the entree. Vegetarian approved!
If you're hosting vegetarian guests, recipes don't come better than this. Make it in the peak of summer when fresh produce is readily available.
We took two of my favorite things--bacon and barbeque sauce--and added them to a red skin potato salad. You'll find this staple at every one of my backyard barbecues!
It can be hard to get the kids to eat their veggies—but this Broccoli-Corn Casserole from ITKWD Senior Editor, Heather, provides a creamy alternative to the boring steamed variety.
Chef Meredith Laurence created this recipe to make me like brussels sprouts...and it worked. These sprouts are deep fried and dare I say...delicious?
A side of fries is always a good idea! Butternut squash takes your usual dippers up a notch.
Your oven can only handle so many dishes before it starts to cook unevenly. Try these yummy Crock Pot Sweet Potatoes this Thanksgiving. Betcha you’ll start a new tradition!
Snack on a fruity kabob inspired by the colors of a quintessential Halloween treat.
Make a stop at the farmers' market! Just-picked tomatoes freshen up this delicious Caprese bake.
Fresh summer tomatoes have never tasted better than in a caprese salad. It's the perfect summertime dish for cooks in a hurry or those entertaining large crowds.
Experiment with your noodles & give the soba variety a try! This dish lets you get creative with what you put on the table.
Believe it or not, creamy, decadent mashed cauliflower tastes just like mashed potatoes. It's low in carbs, but chock full of flavor. Your kids will gladly eat this veggie!
These versatile biscuits are great as a side for soup or to round out a meal of scrambled eggs. In fact, they're so delicious, you can serve them all on their own!
This recipe makes for the perfect side to your favorite Easter entrée. Don't forget about Thanksgiving and Christmas!
This versatile dish can be an entree or a wonderful side dish. Perfect for breakfast!
Scalloped potatoes are usually a side dish, but this is your main course! Add a veggie and you’ve got a balanced dinner.
You may have heard about Green Goddess Dressing before, it's been around a long time! Its tangy flavor pairs perfectly with this Hearty Chef Salad recipe.
My Caesar salad recipe has a bit of a twist—avocado dressing! It lends extra creaminess and a pop of healthy oil to this classic salad.
Now this is a salad you'll never turn down! Plus, it's a fresh alternative to the classic cordon blue main course.
David’s Note: November may be turkey-centric, but the leftovers can become part of a new side dish. Top off your greens today!
The peppercorn-dill dressing called for in this recipe is delicious, but a homemade or store-bought vinaigrette would also work well.
I've always wondered how, at restaurants, they can make a simple dish of rice and beans taste so incredibly flavorful! Now, you can make it at home!
David’s Note: Serve squash at your holiday table & let the flavors meld with those of your entree.
This scalloped potato dish is a savory side that the whole family will love.
This authentic Irish recipe is obviously perfect for St. Patrick's Day, but is tasty enough to put into your everyday rotation.
Impress your guests at autumn gatherings with this flavorful version of a perennial potato fave.
Add some greens into your fall cooking and complete the dish with the help of an air fryer.
The feature of this dish? Fresh corn of course! Yet, the equally fresh peppers & herbs only enhance its sweet kernel flavor.
There's a time and place for potatoes. When you're craving a light, flavorful side, try this healthful dish. Perfect with fresh seafood.
Cheese on cheese on cheese! Cheese and crackers meets tried-and-true mac and cheese.
Bring something new to the dinner table this holiday season. Instead of classic creamed spinach, try this easy Creamed Swiss Chard.
Whip up this cucumber salad as a delightful side to a warm-weather meal. Cool, creamy Greek yogurt in the dressing is nicely balanced by the addition of red wine vinegar and fresh dill.
Cheese and greens come together in a side dish that all ages will gobble up!
Company coming? Need to nibble before the main meal? Then let your guests snack on these crispy delights!
This corn casserole is always a favorite at company potlucks and church dinners. Or, serve it at your Thanksgiving meal.
This is a tasty, fills-you-up salad that's perfect for entertaining. Layer it as directed; it makes a beautiful presentation.
I couldn’t think of a better way to use my leftover Easter ham than mixing it with a classic egg salad. Serve this as an appetizer with crackers. Or, make it into a hearty sandwich.
Don't be fooled by its fancy looks; this classic French side dish is surprisingly easy to make.
It's tough to get kids to eat their veggies…let alone grown-ups! But, I bet those picky eaters will ask for seconds of this tasty, healthful dish.
This mouthwatering version of mashed potatoes partners perfect with fall meals.
Berries and goat cheese balance each other beautifully, and this salad enhances the taste experience with mild greens, crunchy nuts, and citrusy dressing.
This beautiful salad is made for summer's bounty. The corn could also be grilled to turn this simple salad into a hot, tasty side dish.
Whether you need to use up that summer produce, or you're trying to get your family to eat more veggies, this dish is cheesy, hearty & wholesome!
This salad uses all green veggies, but you can easily substitute with your faves.
Ramen noodles are cheap and versatile. With some chopped veggies and a tangy sauce, we made a light, bright, refreshing salad.
As summer produce reaches its peak, there's plenty of reason to use them in this flavorful chicken salad.
Traditionally, Greek salad is dressed with just lemon juice, olive oil, and oregano. I went for a creamy twist and used Greek yogurt as the base for the dressing in this recipe.
It's green beans with a twist! These upgraded veggies will complement your a juicy turkey or just about any entrée.
Green beans and bread pudding come together to make this casserole
Instead of serving that same old salad, spice things up this autumn with this seasonal salad. It would make for a great appetizer at your holiday meal!
David's Note: Even vegetables contain natural sugars so when veggies are grilled, those sugars caramelize, giving you terrific flavor and a milder ''veggie'' taste. In short, this salad doesn't taste like a salad!
This salad features grilled corn and the zesty flavors of lime and chili powder. It's sure to become a family favorite!
Grilled mango takes fruit salad to the next level in this simple-yet-impressive recipe.
Grilled peaches add a bright touch to your greens & give you a new excuse to fire things up.
Add some sizzle to your salad with grilled chicken, fruit and veggies.
Potato salad is a summer staple…but don't bore your taste buds! This updated recipe calls for grilled fixings plus a tangy oil and vinegar dressing.
This recipe will become your new favorite when you're looking to prepare French fries. It's simple, delicious and distinctly unique.
Whether as an entrée or a side dish, these stuffed peppers are grilled to perfection.
The Vidalia Onion has been dubbed the "world’s sweetest onion." And rightly so. Its mellow, yet juicy-sweet flavor is beyond compare and really makes this salad sing.
Don't be intimidated. Guasacaca is a type of guacamole & yuca is a tasty, potato-like veggie. You've got to try these Spanish staples...I was blown away!
I bet you’ll be having ham a lot more often in the coming months…if only to make these tasty fries with the leftovers!
Who needs bread when a lettuce leaf will do? Wrap up a tasty roll-up & sink your teeth into crunchy & creamy deliciousness.
Tasty fixings between a biscuit are always a good choice! This recipe has the same great taste, just made to feed a larger crowd.
Take advantage of peak tomato season and serve these all summer long!
Herbs and cream cheese make these potato bites absolutely irresistible!
Sweet potatoes taste wonderful on the grill and are perfect for backyard barbecues. In the winter, when you're craving this recipe, use your indoor grill!
There's no rising time to factor in for this bread, because it's made using an all-purpose baking mix! Serve it up warm from the oven, and let the oohs and aahs begin.
Raisins weren't used in authentic Irish soda bread recipes, but they really add something special to this modern version.
This is one of my favorite recipes from childhood. Can you believe it? A vegetable recipe? My mom made this side dish often, but it's especially good with poultry and might be a nice addition to your Thanksgiving fare. Be sure to serve some crusty bread when you make this—the "juice" that forms while this is baking is so good, you'll want to sop it up!
A good slaw recipe is all about the dressing—my Kale, Cabbage and Broccoli Slaw recipe is tossed in a tangy sauce that gets its unique flavor from dill pickle juice!
My friend Kathy Levine shared this recipe with me many years ago and it's become a holiday staple in my house. I love the crunch of the graham cracker crumbs and the tang of the golden raisins.
Looking for a healthier potato salad recipe? Look no further! My Light Potato Salad gets creaminess from Greek yogurt, and tanginess from lemon, vinegar, and fresh onion.