ABC’s Home Economics: Hayworth Family Cookbook
ABC's Home Economics: Connor’s Triple Threat Surf & Turf
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Tom’s Baked Mac & Cheese
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Sarah’s Baked Tofu Nuggets
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Marina’s Traditional Chilaquiles
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Denise’s “Breakfast for Dinner” French Toast Sliders
ABC's Home Economics: Connor’s Triple Threat Surf & TurfWhy settle for the rest when you can have the best? Nothing beats my triple-threat version of Surf & Turf with steak, lobster and jumbo shrimp. I ordered this delicious feast when I was in Aspen. The chef gave me the recipe and it’s now my go-to meal for any celebration.
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Tom’s Baked Mac & CheeseFew things in life are more comforting than a big, creamy bowl of Mac and cheese. All that tasty goodness evokes fond memories of home. My mom used to make it this way for us when we were kids, and now I make it for my kids. They love it!
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Sarah’s Baked Tofu NuggetsFinger food will temper any family feud because it’s easy to share and so much fun. Everyone can customize my tofu nuggets by dipping them in all sorts of flavorful sauces. They make for a delicious, healthy and no-hassle dinner, which gives me more time to focus on family.
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Marina’s Traditional ChilaquilesWhen I was growing up, chilaquiles (pronounced “chee-lah-KEE-lays”) were my favorite Sunday morning breakfast. Now that I have my own family, it’s so much fun to hang out in the kitchen and snack on this delicious mix of crispy tortillas swimming in rich salsa and covered with plenty of cheese. It doesn’t get better.
ABC'S HOME ECONOMICS: Denise’s “Breakfast for Dinner” French Toast SlidersHaving fun is a must if you’re going to spend time in the kitchen. To shake up the weekly menu we like to flip things around (literally and figuratively) with french toast for dinner. These sliders deliver something sweet, something salty and something irresistible!
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ABC’s Home Economics: Hayworth Family Cookbook
Welcome to the Hayworth Family Cookbook, where the recipes are delicious, distinctive and destined to evoke the sweet (and sometimes tart) flavors of family. You’re invited to join us as we serve up a few of our favorites — from the comfy (Tom’s Mac & Cheese) to the swanky (Connor’s Surf & Turf) to the delightful (Sarah’s Baked Tofu Nuggets). You’re guaranteed to find a recipe that will delight everyone in your family, and be sure to watch the Hayworth Family every Wednesday, 8:30|7:30c on ABC.