Pull out your favorite pot, pan or skillet and whip up a no-fuss meal.

Grab a loaf of crusty bread and a few glasses for finishing the bottle of wine, and dinner is made.

Good-quality chocolate milk is the key to this long-simmered one-skillet dish that is seasoned with jalapeño and chili powder.

The bread crisps in hot oil seasoned with turmeric, coriander and cayenne, so there's no need for hot sauce or ketchup.

This bold skillet dinner takes less than 30 minutes to get on the table and is an excellent way to finish up that collection of half-used jars of antipasto vegetables.

This egg entree comes together quickly with ingredients most of us have on hand — if a couple of those things include shredded frozen hash browns and eggs.

If you do not use a nonstick pot, use a spatula to loosen the crispy potatoes.

So many of us are relying on legumes these days, so here's a stellar Indian dish to try.

If you've got puff pastry in your freezer and fresh or frozen broccoli on hand, you can turn out this quiche in no time.

Its appeal remains the same: It saves time for the things that are most important.

Grab some good bread, and get dipping.

This honey-citrus sauce is wonderful over chicken thighs, but it also is one that complements a variety of proteins from pork chops to shrimp.

Less cleanup is more fun.

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