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This warm and spicy stew takes its inspiration from a traditional Indian cauliflower and potato dish called Aloo Gobi. The extra step of roasting the cauliflower gives added depth and flavor to the hearty vegetarian stew.
Skip the canned stuff and try this fresh (and easy) cranberry sauce for your Thanksgiving dinner. You'll be amazed at how flavorful it is. Our cranberry sauce pairs perfectly with turkey and is one leftover you won't mind having in the refrigerator.
Kale is a super food that's also super delicious. There are many different varieties of kale, but this recipe calls for Italian lacinato kale (also known as Dinosaur/Tuscan kale) which is slightly sweeter and more tender than the standard curly kale.
These delicately spiced cookies have a secret ingredient, sorghum syrup. The subtle smoky flavor of the sorghum balances out the sweetness and spices in this buttery cookie.
This pie is as close to a slice of sunshine on a plate as you can get. Zingy lemon flavor pairs with creamy buttermilk for a light and lovely pie. Topped with gleaming gems of sugared cranberries it’s a great holiday treat.
When life gives you lemons, make lemon curd! It’s easy to make and tastes amazing on almost everything.
For a stress-free Thanksgiving, make your sides ahead of time. These mashed potatoes can be made a few days in advance. Just pop them in a hot oven on the big day. Even better, they’re delicious!
Impress your guests with this tasty alternative to the traditional pineapple glazed ham.
Try this vegetarian spin on a classic lasagna. Serve with a simple green salad for a satisfying meal.
The best pies start with a flaky homemade crust, which is a lot easier to make than it seems. This crust recipe is called never-fail for a reason. It is an extremely easy dough to work with and is perfect for use in both sweet and savory pies.
Who doesn’t love these peanut butter and chocolate mounds of goodness? They’re easy to make—just be sure to boil them long enough so they set up firmly.