American Food Recipes
American cuisine is a free flowing freestyle of flavors, ingredients, techniques, tastes, and countless cultural influences. Below you can try your hand at classic American recipes like homemade apple pie, cajun shrimp, and fried chicken...just to name a few.
I love to serve this dessert warm out of the oven, with a scoop of ice cream on top.
Holiday Herb Stuffing
This is a classic bread stuffing to accompany a Thanksgiving turkey or holiday roast.
Peach Blackberry Crisp
This dessert is super easy and quick to prepare. I can think of all sorts of wonderful fruit combinations for this crisp, but I decided to use fresh peaches and...
Sweet Chile Butter
This sweet and spicy compound butter is perfect snack when spread on a cracker or slice of bread.
Vegan Sloppy Joes
Serve these vegan Sloppy Joes with a side of coleslaw and tater tots for a truly nostalgic experience.
Classic Mustard Recipe
Consider this your springboard to all kinds of mustard. This recipe is a gourmet version of the standard yellow mustard that you keep in the fridge. Substitute honey for...
World's Fair Barbecue Sauce
Tangy and slightly sweet, this barbecue sauce recipe is perfect for smoked pork shoulder.
Hot Cocoa Popcorn
Hot cocoa mix is the perfect way to turn plain popcorn into something a little extra. We used our classic hot cocoa mix, but you can always substitute it with...
The Merguez seasoning gives these lamb meatballs a delicious North African flavor profile.
Chicken Sausage and Butternut Squash Skillet
Savory chicken sausage, butternut squash, and maple garlic seasoning make this dish extra tasty.
Fire Roasted Jalapeño Corn Casserole
I was tired of the same old corn casserole at Thanksgiving dinner.
Chicken Pot Pie
I'm a culinary student and one of my classes was covering French sauces- including veloute. I wanted to practice veloute at home and thought a chicken pot pie with winter...
Spiced & Roasted Acorn Squash
Acorn squash has the perfect little shape for holding butter, sugar, and spice. We love scoring it so the flavors can seep into the flesh.