September is Family Meals Month, the celebration of sitting down to eat with our (literally) nearest and (more or less) dearest. No one with more than one person in a household is a stranger to the challenge of coordinating schedules and making time to break bread together. This month in Kitchen Smarts, we’ll look at some of the techniques for producing a big family meal from a single pan.
Chilis, soups, and stews are a hearty way to cook a big meal without a lot of dishes.View recipe »
Skillet meals are great for pulling together a fresh take on the odds and ends in the fridge.View recipe »
Casseroles are another classic option for feeding the family from one dish.View recipe »
Pilafs take a little more time than skillet meals, but they're fundamentally similar.View recipe »
Sheet pan dinners are a great way to get one meal done in the oven for later while one is in the stove.View recipe »