Slow Cooker for Two: Coq au Vin

Slow Cooker for Two: Coq au Vin

The classic French dish coq au vin is a natural for the slow cooker. As the chicken and vegetables simmer, they create a delectable gravy that you’ll want to sop up with slices of bread or a side of mashed potatoes. Start the preparation in the morning for a rich, hearty dinner.

Fast 'n Healthy: Sloppy Jennies

Fast 'n Healthy: Sloppy Jennies

This slimming spin on sloppy Joes uses ground turkey instead of ground beef, with surprisingly tasty results. Tangy tomato sauce and spices ensure great flavor and moist meat in every bite.

Skillet Potatoes, Cabbage and Sausage

Skillet Potatoes, Cabbage and Sausage

This dish hits all the right buttons for a busy weeknight dinner. Be sure to cut the vegetables uniformly so that they cook at the same rate. Serve in bowls or on plates and, if you like, top with sour cream or grainy mustard.

Soup's On: French Onion Soup for Two

Soup's On: French Onion Soup for Two

This soup’s wonderful richness is achieved by cooking the onions over low heat for an extended period of time. Avoid the temptation to speed up the process by increasing the heat; you’ll lose some of the depth of flavor and could burn the onions. The recipe easily can be doubled.

Member Update: Feast on These Benefits

Member Update: Feast on These Benefits

I’m pleased to share some exciting news: The Cooking Club has completed its transition to digital!