Here's what I've made recently (pictures behind the cut):
This was okay. If I were to make it again, I'd subtract a cup of chicken broth and replace it with sour cream for a thicker sauce, and add more paprika. Oh, and I'd use pork instead of chicken.
This was ridiculously simple and a total cheat: I tasted Trader Joe's beer cheese fondue one night, and had to get it. It was that good, and it keeps in the fridge for months after purchase. I grabbed a loaf of their ciabatta bread, and had some Fuji apples on hand that were left over from a party at work. We drank a Trimbach Riesling with it (I definitely need to get another bottle of that). This may be one of the easiest dinners I've ever made. As a bonus, we got to use our cool electric fondue pot for the first time, hooray!
I served this with Scott Wells' grandmother's recipe for meatloaf, but I didn't take a picture of the latter because meatloaf, while tasty, just isn't that photogenic. The recipe is from Vegetarian Celebrations: Menus for Holidays and Other Festive Occasions, and I first encountered it when my sister brought it for Thanksgiving one year. We haven't seen it there since, so I decided to give it a go. I was very pleased with how this turned out, and would definitely make it again, though I might add a bit more parsley.
Here's a view of the pie sliced open:
It contains corn, sun-dried tomatoes, ricotta cheese, mozzarella cheese, eggs, a little parsley, garlic, and black pepper tucked into a ciabatta breadcrumb crust.
If you'd like one of the recipes, just post a comment. I'm glad to share. :)