Our New England Boiled Dinner recipe is a classic version made with corned beef brisket, potatoes, cabbage, carrots, turnips and pearl onions and served with horseradish cream sauce and mustard.
Onions bring a variety of flavors and textures to our cooking. Discover our onion recipes which highlight this humble yet indispensable vegetable. A few of our favorites include Red Onion Jam, Roasted Onion Dip, Baked Stuffed Vadalias, and Creamy Onion Dressing.
This recipe uses a light glaze made with Guinness, garlic and fresh thyme and easy-to-make red onion jam to complement the flavor of pan-seared lamb.
Served over rice, the star of this easy Louisiana style shrimp recipe is a thick, flavorful sauce made with sautéed bell pepper, onion and celery, spices and a surprise ingredient that really makes the dish.
Broiled catfish fillets, lightly seasoned and topped with a mixture of fresh sweet corn, diced tomato, cilantro and green onions make a light satisfying dinner that can be on the table in less than 30 minutes.
Grilled bratwurst topped with sautéed sweet onions and cabbage and a dollop of honey mustard are a tasty alternative to hot dogs.
Add some extra flavor to the classic cheeseburger with Vermont sharp cheddar and an easy homemade ketchup made with maple syrup.
This tasty stir-fry recipe combines lo mein noodles with flank steak, fresh ginger, garlic, scallions, hoisin and a touch of five-spice powder to make a quick, easy one-dish dinner.
Our paté recipe uses a sautéed chicken livers lightly flavored with a touch of brandy to make a smooth, spreadable paté to serve as an appetizer with crackers or slices of toasted baguette.