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 your mashed potatoes in the Instant Pot makes mashed potatoes EVEN EASIER and churns out the fluffiest, creamiest mashed potatoes you can imagine.
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.
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.
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…
Free up your oven for other Thanksgiving dishes by making your stuffing in the slow cooker! It’s delicious and fills your home with the fragrant aroma of savory herbs and hearty stocks.
Pumpkin Pie Panna Cotta celebrates the popular Thanksgiving dessert without having to bake it. It comes together in about five minutes and is elegant to boot. (Hint: the secret is one of our ever-favorite ingredients!)
Mango Cranberry Sherbet offers the balance of tart and sweet and promises to set your taste buds dancing. Plus, it deeply refreshes on a hot, sticky day.
There’s cranberry sauce — and then there’s Cranberry Sauce. For many of us, the memory of the firm, jellied cranberry sauce that delightfully schlopped out of the can on Thanksgiving sets the stage for what is considered “real” cranberry sauce. But what a far cry from “real” it is…. It wasn’t until I was…
This green bean casserole features real food versions of each processed ingredient so that whole food families can once again enjoy this holiday classic.
The simple life is marked not by poverty, but by gratitude. Monthly columnist Carolyn Henderson explains.
Planning a large meal can be overwhelming, but here’s a whole slew of ideas to keep it easy (and fun).
Making bread pudding in the slow cooker makes serving up hearty comfort food an absolute cinch. Whether it’s sweet or savory, it’s for breakfast, dessert, or anytime!
As I gather today with my family and friends and thank God for the deep blessings of this year, I will most certainly be thanking God for all of you. It is a deep privilege to author this blog and to be connected with all of you! I pray today is a blessed day for all of you as well.
These healthy holiday recipes will give nourishment and inspiration as you gather with family and friends to celebrate the best reasons for the season.
Nothing compares to eating beets in the middle of winter. Beets are a fantastic storage vegetable and give us nutrients we desperately need in this darker time of year. Warm your body and soul with this flavorful soup.
These muffins, prepared with traditional sourdough to make the flours digestible and the nutrients bio-available, exude holiday warmth and cheer and are perfect for Thanksgiving morning.
Bite-size pieces of roasted yam glazed with buttery, caramelized maple syrup and accented with dried cranberries and fresh orange juice is a decadent, yet nutrient-rich addition to any holiday dinner.