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In this rich and hearty dish, bread, ham and cheese are baked in an eggy custard; grainy mustard and tarragon add a lovely, vibrant flavor.

In this supereasy one-pot recipe, all you do is set chicken on top of a mix of squash, apples and sage and roast it. It makes an exceptional weeknight meal.

Roasting broccoli and garlic for this creamy, rich and very easy soup gives it a lot of additional flavor.

This is a slightly modernized take on the very traditional Southern chicken casserole Jennifer Nettles’s mother likes to make. The recipe swaps out the usual canned cream of chicken soup in favor of a quick white sauce. A dash of hot sauce is the perfect finish.

This moist cake, topped by a generous layer of cardamom-spiced, pecan-dotted crumbs, is a fabulous gift.

This one-skillet breakfast dish superbly combines eggs, bacon and cheese in a super-fresh-and-tangy tomatillo sauce.

These delicious stuffed shells get flavor from a mixture of two kinds of cheese and vegetables.

Luscious curried coconut lamb and squash stew is the base for this hearty potpie.

In the winter, Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) fruit, like the kind sold by Cascadian Farm, is often a superior alternative to fresh fruit shipped to the US. IQF raspberries are terrific in these soft, puffy yeast rolls—a fun twist on a cinnamon bun.

Adding jalapeño potato chips to a simple egg tortilla (a Spanish omelet) gives it a salty, spicy zing. Serve extra chips on the side.

Here are two recipes for the price of one: a garlicky rice side dish that’s also delicious with chicken or shrimp, and a hearty black-bean chili that puts meatier versions to shame. Make enough chili for leftovers; it’s even better the next day.

This is the ideal version of a comforting classic, with light, fluffy biscuits topping a flavorful stew made with shredded rotisserie chicken.

Not-too-sweet and pleasantly dense, this is a great cake for any time of day, whether for dessert or breakfast.

This breakfast bake topped with runny eggs by F&W’s Grace Parisi develops a terrific texture as it cooks slowly in a glass dish (which makes it easy to see when the bottom is perfectly browned).

Maple-glazed sautéed apples topped with an egg-white-lightened pancake batter become a deliciously satisfying brunch dish.


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