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Bourbon, bread and brown sugar! This easy dessert is easy to throw together and won’t disappoint.
This breakfast challah, smoked cheddar and sausage bread pudding is perfect for a weekend brunch. Simple and easy to make, but a really impressive presentation.
Brining your holiday turkey will ensure that you get a juicy and succulent bird. After an overnight bath in salt water, fill your turkey with flavorful aromatics instead of stuffing.
Buckeyes are a classic candy from the Ohio region. They are made of a soft peanut butter center dipped partially in chocolate. The finished candy resembles a Buckeye nut.
For a great tasting pie crust, you can’t beat the flavor of real butter. This pie dough recipe is simple to make and will definitely take your pie game to the next level!
Don't let risotto intimidate you! With a little bit of time and patience you can enjoy this delicious dish. The creamy risotto is combined with sweet butternut squash, fragrant sage and rosemary for a perfect dish to usher in the cool days of fall.
This fall favorite is now easy to make all year round. A delicious dish for any time of year.
Savory with a little kick of spice, these classic appetizers are welcome at any party.
Pumpkin is one of the most versatile ingredients out there, whether it's in sweet or savory dishes. This twist on a Mexican favorite features a smoky heat, thanks to the addition of chipotle peppers, and is a perfect appetizer or special snack.
This versatile cake works beautifully as a Thanksgiving dessert or a delightful breakfast and fills the house with warm spicy aromas of the holidays. The bright flavor from the cranberries pairs well with either walnuts or pecans.
Don't forget the gravy! Homemade turkey gravy is simple to make, and much tastier than gravy from a jar. Your turkey (and mashed potatoes) will thank you!
Farro is an ancient grain that has a nutty chewy taste and texture similar to barley. It can be found in the health food section of the grocery store.
Lose the canned processed food! This recipe for the holiday classic green bean casserole uses fresh green beans, mushrooms, caramelized onions and panko bread crumbs to heighten the traditional flavors.
Smashed potatoes are a creative alternative to roasted or mashed. The whole family will love the crispy texture.