Hurrrah! Yukon gold mashed potatoes don't require peeling.
In just a few minutes, pan drippings become a rich gravy for drizzling or dipping.
Cherry-Cranberry Relish and Harvest Vegetable Streusel
Beef Roast with Mushroom-Onion Sauce and Dijon Herb Potatoes
Lemon Romano Chicken with Italian Pasta Salad
Southwest-Style Turkey Burgers with Loaded Mexi-Fries
Beef, Pork and Bean Chili with Apples in a Nest
Maple mustard glazed chicken with potatoes and leeks
Turkey Cheese Panini with Vanilla Pear Watercress Salad
Ginger Chile Pork with Brown Sugar Ginger Squash
It's October and that means the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin
hotels are gearing up for their annual Food and Wine Classic on October
18th and 19th from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
Sausage and cheese ravioli saute and six-layer salad
Return to Publix Kitchen Recipes
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. -- A Clay County girl was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a genetic disorder which left her without almost half the bones in her face. Now, there's a new bright spot in this girl's life.
Imagine your parent gets an overpayment from the government while you're young, but decades later, the government takes that overpayment out of your tax return. Gilbert Stokes, 60, of Jacksonville, said it happened to him.
It was on June 27, 1987, when a group of grieving friends and loved ones
hung a 40-panel quilt from a balcony in San Francisco to memorialize 40
lives lost to AIDS.
STARKE, Fla. -- A medical mystery turns a Starke man's world upside down.
Once active, 38-year-old Alex Davies, is now confined to a wheel chair, missing three limbs.
Filling up at the gas station is something we all do regularly, but if you are not careful, you could end up losing holiday cash.
By Kyle Meenan
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- The man convicted of killing a Jacksonville Beach waitress six years ago has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
By Charlene Shirk
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- One look at Nickeshea Gray and you can tell she was a woman adored. Adored by her family, a family that says she took care of them when times were tough.
Florida used to be a destination for those seeking prescription pain
meds. Pill mills littered Interstate 95, the parking lots filled with
out of state plates. But the crackdown has lead to a new problem.
Police in Bradenton have shot and killed a man they say held his girlfriend hostage and threatened an officer.