Adam Dolge
Adam Dolge

Adam Dolge

Adam Dolge is a recipe developer, test cook and award-winning journalist with nearly 20 years experience writing for newspapers, magazines and websites. He has tested and developed recipes for brands including Cooking Light, Southern Living, Real Simple, Food & Wine, People and Health. He most recently served as Lead Recipe Developer and handling editor for EatingWell Magazine.

Adam graduated with honors from the Culinary Institute of America in 2016. Prior to culinary school, Adam split his time cooking in restaurants and writing. He is an award-winning reporter and wrote for newspapers, magazines, trade publications and online sites throughout the northeast and Washington, D.C. area, receiving recognition from the New York Press Association and the New Hampshire Press Association.

In 2021 Adam received a food writing award nomination from the International Association of Culinary Professionals for a memoir he wrote about bonding with his young daughter through cooking.
Burrito Bowls Recipe
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Charred corn, seasoned black beans, creamy avocado, tangy pico de gallo, cilantro-lime rice—every bite of this burrito in a bowl is a delicious surprise.
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What is the easiest way to win over your family on a weeknight? Cheesey calzones.
You'll love the flavor of this simple gratin.
This skillet beef stew is made even better when topped with homemade cheddar biscuits.
If you're in the mood for a cheesy lasagna but want something a little less labor-intensive, try this Baked Rigatoni.
Mini Shrimp Rolls Recipe
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Porch parties and backyard cookouts call for shrimp-salad sliders with a little kick.
Smaller tomatoes, like cherry or grape, have brighter, fruitier flavors than larger ones.
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Mac and cheese is always a winner with the kids, but the addition of roasted tomatoes will delight grown-ups too.
In less than thirty minutes, your family can enjoy shrimp, rice, and flavorful vegetables with this quick and easy sheet pan supper recipe.
Smaller tomatoes, like cherry or grape, have brighter, fruitier flavors than larger ones.
Mac and cheese is always a winner with the kids, but the addition of roasted tomatoes will delight grown-ups too.
In less than thirty minutes, your family can enjoy shrimp, rice, and flavorful vegetables with this quick and easy sheet pan supper recipe.
This chicken stew is filled with good-for-you vegetables and whole grains.
Slow-Cooker Pot Roast Recipe
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Certain comfort foods are synonymous with Sunday supper, the meal that brings the family together.
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