Beans cooked with smoky pork, spices, and beer should be flavorful, but many recipes are surprisingly bland.
Black beans go into the slow cooker with an army of flavorful ingredients, but the result is often a muddied mess. In our recipe, the big flavors of ham, bacon, and chiles perfectly complement the creamy, rich black beans.
Speeding up traditional past and bean soups, canned beans and store-bought broth result in dull, bland, watery, or greasy soups. We wanted an easy soup that tasted just as good as traditional recipes.
Delicious winter flavors dress up pork tenderloin for an elegant meal still simple enough for any night of the week.
This recipe is the perfect example of making something from almost nothing, but we wanted a heartier version with serious chunks of ham-something we could serve as a main course for dinner.
An easy recipe for a salad that travels well. We recommend the smooth texture and sharp flavor of Dijon mustard here, but any flavorful mustard will work in this recipe.