Use your thanksgiving leftovers in a completely new (delicious) way! Make Dutch-style croquettes (kroketten), a deep-fried treat.
Chai-Spiced Squash & Apple Soup is a silky, deeply-scented soup that celebrates the flavors of autumn.
Have you ever tried cranberry beans? No, these aren’t actual cranberries (despite my adoration for all things cranberry), but cranberry beans are simply a basic white bean, but speckled an oh-so-pretty red. They’re not super-common, but they’re not rare, either, so if you can find them, you’re most definitely in for a treat. Their flavor…
Typically Christmas puddings are steamed for hours and made weeks (if not months) in advance. Our quick version uses fresh cranberries to provide a light texture and tantalizingly festive flavor, and steams quickly in the Instant Pot.
Green tomato mincemeat is a delicious Christmas tradition and is the perfect recipe to use unripe tomatoes in your garden that would otherwise be lost to frost.
The pumpkin pie recipe that’s been handed down for generations – and that you may just pass on to your grandchildren too.
Make & freeze pie crusts make making pie a breeze – just fill and bake straight from frozen!
Whether you need a quick dinner roll for Thanksgiving or a perfect accompaniment to pulled pork, these fluffy, flavorful dinner rolls are sure to please.
This classic cranberry sauce is sweet, tart, and delicious – and this is the simplest, quickest method in which to make it. It’s super-simple!
Making proper turkey gravy isn’t hard – and it doesn’t require any stir-in packets. Make silky-smooth, flavor-packed gravy while your turkey rests.
If you’re out of time or energy and just need a finished gravy NOW, this super-quick shortcut gravy is flavorful and ready in under five minutes!
Making your mashed potatoes in the Instant Pot makes mashed potatoes EVEN EASIER and churns out the fluffiest, creamiest mashed potatoes you can imagine.
These simple leftover turkey wraps are both delicious and versatile! They’re customizable in about a million ways…
Turkey salad with tarragon is the perfect, simple way to not just use up leftover turkey, but to thoroughly enjoy it.
Cooking a turkey is far less stressful than it sounds – and with this simple technique, you can use ANY recipe and have the bird turn out beautifully: moist, succulent, and gorgeous.
These cherished Christmas breakfast recipes make Christmas morning cheery, hearty, and nourishing, whether you’re feeding your family or a crowd.
On Friday morning, Swedish daughters everywhere will be rising early to serve their families strong coffee and warm saffron buns. They’ll wear a wreath of candles on their heads and as the family gathers, they’ll sing carols together (my favorite part). Through the day, they’ll look for opportunities to do small acts of kindness and…
Pot-pie biscuits and gravy are about as simple as Thanksgiving leftovers can get – and it’s comfort food, to boot.
When you’re staring down a completely frozen turkey on Thanksgiving or Christmas morning and you’re wondering how on earth you’re going to cook it in time for your feast, here’s your simple guide to getting a beautiful, fully cooked bird to the table without breaking a sweat.
Homemade applesauce and homemade apple butter are superbly and blessedly simple to make – and they’ll provide you sunny, sweet cheer through the winter. (We also take a look at why organic apples matter, which is actually important, in this case.)
Naturally-sweetened homemade caramel corn provides the sweet treat you love without any of the junk that’s often added. Besides, it tastes delectably good.
Growing up, I loved Thanksgiving. I suppose it was partially because I cherish traditions. Every year, as we cooked through the morning, the local public radio station was our constant playlist. After the feast, we donned our warmest clothing and braved the cold for a walk to ward off that sluggish feeling before we dived…
It’s camping season and the season to linger long into the evening with friends around a fire. This year, make your S’mores without processed ingredients.