Bringing friends together for a home-cooked dinner is a wonderful thing. It saves money, stressful weekends out at restaurants, and we'll be honest -- we just really like to cook. But finding a meal that is simple and serves all of your friends at once can be a little tricky. You don't want the chicken to be done before the potatoes, or the greens before the polenta.
Don't fret! David Tanis has a answer for all of this, with a list of recipes for one pot, one dish dinners. He "likes to keep things simple...serving dishes that keep me seated with my friends." So place the bird on the table, pull up a chair, and enjoy your next family style dinner.
Gather Round the Table for Grown-Up Comfort Food from Bon Appétit