If there was ever a harbinger of autumn weather, it’s winter squash. Orange as the fall leaves, and perfectly delicious roasted or simmered into a warming soup, squash is versatile ...
The leaves [have changed] and so should your signature drink. So, in the spirit of fall, it’s out with the rosé and in with these 14 deliciously seasonal offerings. ~ PureWow Get all 14 recipes HERE.
This pudding can and should be baked the day before Thanksgiving — both texture and flavor are enhanced with a night in the fridge. I make a lot of pudding, as my mother always did, because we are devoted to leftovers. We eat pumpkin pudding with a side of Bea’s No-Peel Apple Crisp for as […]
This fail-proof roasting method produces the tastiest, juiciest Thanksgiving turkey As the so-called kitchen professional in my family, I used to be expected to come up with newfangled takes on the Thanksgiving turkey each year. I’ve brined it, smoked it, fried it, dry-rubbed it; but eventually I (and everyone else around the table) tired of […]
Most butchers will remove the backbone for you. Lots of guests? Roast two 12–14-pounders; spatchcocking anything larger will be harder and takes longer. Learn how to spatchcock in this video. ~ Dawn Perry of Bon Appétit GET THE RECIPE AT BON APPÉTIT…
Celery and apple add to the subtle sweetness of parsnip in this smooth soup. Frizzled leeks add a touch of restaurant flair, but croutes or croutons will also work. ~ Rheanna Kish of Canadian Living What a delicious way to use your winter produce … GET THE RECIPE AT CANADIAN LIVING
Kick off your Thanksgiving feast with a festive toast to the friends and family who’ve gathered for the occasion. These well-balanced cocktails are inspired by the best of the season’s ingredients, infused with fresh herbs and fruit. What better way to celebrate the Thanksgiving bounty? Cheers! ~ Bon Appétit From Pomegranate Gin Fizz, Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail to Cranberry Martinis … […]
So, a pomegranate and a sugar cube walk into a bar. You know where this is heading, right? Directly into your cocktail. Amy Stewart, author of The Drunken Botanist, our most dog-eared new book and—we’ll throw the gauntlet down—a grassroots leader of the grow-your-own cocktail movement, tells us that fresh pomegranate is the key ingredient […]
Cocoa powder enriches these braised beef short ribs from Manhattan-based chef Melissa Muller Daka. This recipe first appeared in our May 2014 issue with the story À la Minute. ~Saveur GET THE RECIPE HERE, GET THE SHORT RIBS HERE
Cedar & Eucalyptus Holiday Wreath with Burlap Ribbon Hand-crafted on Creekside’s California farm, this artisanal cedar and eucalyptus wreath is a beautifully simple alternative to classic holiday wreaths. We’ll take the unusual combination of delicately fragrant eucalyptus and cedar leaves over a scented candle any day. It makes a perfect hostess gift for holiday parties, […]
The holidays are rapidly approaching and there’s one dessert that is designated the favorite comfort food of the season. You got it — pumpkin cheesecake — plus it’s a terrific way to use up in-season pumpkins. Get this delightful recipe for Baked Pumpkin Cheesecake at MiNDFOOD …