Italian-American Recipes to Make for Sunday Supper

In Italian-American households across the country, Sundays culminate in platters of pasta, cutlets covered in bubbly cheese, and rich, meaty mains—all bound by a mother tomato sauce and lots of love. Try our fresh spins on classic recipes, and your family will hurry home for supper any night of the week.

The starting point for these mouthwatering recipes is our All-Purpose Red Sauce. As it’s name suggests, it’s a versatile marinara that plays well with meatballs and pasta and could also top pizza. We’re sure you’ll find myriad other uses for this soon-to-be back pocket recipe.

Gather the family (or famiglia!) for a big beefy dinner of braciola. Braciola can come from a few different cuts, often its top or bottom round or rump. Most stores sell it already thinly sliced, and sometimes pounded. You’ll fill the slices with a zesty stuffing of olives and raisins and cook

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Our Best Slow-Cooker Recipes | Martha Stewart

Slow cookers are great for preparing warm and cozy comfort food, but we love them year-round. From helping to break down and tenderize tough cuts of meat, such as flank steak and chuck, to letting home cooks get a head start on dinner prep, slow-cookers truly work wonders. Prep a recipe, like Garlic Chicken with Barley pictured here, in the morning before you get your day started and it will be cooked through and delicious by dinnertime.

One of the most popular slow-cooker recipes is pulled pork. We have a recipe for Easy Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork that is delicious as a sandwich or served on its own. Another classic? Classic Pot Roast for the Slow Cooker—it’s a fabulous recipe for a special Sunday night dinner. The carrots and potatoes cook with the beef roast so everything absorbs the savory, rich flavors of garlic, tomato paste, red wine, chicken stock, and

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These are the 7 best food and drink events in Houston this weekend


This weekend’s best food events features pastrami piled high, birria tacos, and a new farmers market. Options include both dine-in and to-go selections, so mask up and support some local businesses.

Thursday, January 14

Hot Pastrami Day at various locations

A few Houston’s restaurants are celebrating Hot Pastrami Day with specials. Kenny & Ziggy’s will feature its Triple Decker Hot Pastrami Sandwich — fully loaded with USDA Prime beef brisket that’s cured for 45 days then smoked — for $21.95. Two of the Creek Group restaurants are also participating. Onion Creek’s Country Ass Reuben includes house corned beef, havarti cheese, sauerkraut, and honey dijon that’s served on marble rye bread; Cedar Creek’s take on the classic Reuben combines grilled corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and “secret sauce” on a griddled pretzel bun.

Friday, January 15

Mexican-Filipino Street Food Pop-up at Xela Coffee Roasters 

Taco purveyor Cochinita and

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One-Pot Meals Perfect for Meat Lovers

Cut down on dishes and make cooking a breeze by preparing one of our favorite meaty one-pot meals for dinner; our recipe for Pressure Cooker Pot Roast, pictured here, is the perfect example. But that’s not your only option. In fact, we’re sharing a number of our favorite recipes that are full of satisfying protein and quick on cleanup in the slide ahead. In some cases, we call for multi-cookers—like the Instant Pot or a pressure cooker—to make these one-pot dishes, but the majority can be made in a basic cast-iron skillet or Dutch oven.

Skip takeout and make one of our irresistible stir-fry recipes. This Easy Moo Shu Pork Stir-Fry starts by combining soy sauce, rice vinegar, and hoisin sauce, then mixing it all together with sautéed sliced pork tenderloin and shiitake mushrooms. The mixture is served in tortillas and topped with coleslaw. Two other delicious one-pan stir-fry recipes

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