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Mixing the cornmeal with this rustic dough and using butter instead of lard makes a near perfect pastry dough for tarts or galettes.
The secret to this pie crust is the use of butter to make a fluffier and more flavorfull crust.
You can make your own pumpkin pie using sugar pumpkins and the usual ingredients like cinnamon, cloves, allspice, nutmeg and ginger.
This rustic tart is also called a galette, which is a French culinary term for a round pastry or cake, either sweet or savory.
The base for a good pumpkin pudding is a good pumpkin bread recipe and then adding maple syrup and cream before baking again.
This turkey pot pie uses all of your leftover vegetables and gravy as well as the turkey.
Are you looking for a good and easy pumkin soup or bisque recipe. This one is very easy and quick to make.
Making turkey gravy from scratch tastes much better than almost anything you can buy that is already prepared.
Add butter, turkey stock, carrots, celery and onion to a bag of packaged stuffing to make this basic stuffing.
Roasting a pheasant is as easy as any other fowl. It has more flavor than turkey and is one of the more interesting fowls to consider serving around t
Yes you can make your very own creamed corn. Shuck and cook the kernals raw.
The squash works well with many different types of stuffing including and not limited to chicken, rice of all kinds, seafood and more.
You can do something a little different than the usual cranberry sauce with this Pear and Cranberry Relish.
It is possible to buy cannoli shells already made, which of course is a lot easier for the home cook. This traditional recipe uses both ricotta and ma
This Thanksgiving Butternut Squash and Leek soup requires that you wash and clean fresh leeks but the results are well worth it.
If you want to save time cooking Thanskgiving dinner this is one of the recipes for that. Buy the green beans already washed and cut.
Author and blogger Jane Ward likes to follow tradition but found this leek and pecan version of stuffing and now it is a staple for her turkey.
If you do not have the time or just want a simpler turkey or Thanksgiving dinner try roasting a hotel style turkey breast.
Gravy can be made in the matter of minutes if you make the roux properly before mixing.
Do not let time prevent you from making your own quick stuffing, flavored with Granny Smith apples and fresh sage.
Make this recipe with refrigerated cinnamon rolls by adding brown sugar, honey and chopped pecans.
Sugar cranberries are especially popular during the holidays but are a great treat if you like the combination of sweet and tart.
A Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque is a typical vegetable cream soup. Combine with chicken broth and heavy cream as a finish.
This Baked Leeks recipe is the one new recipe that is so delicious - and so seasonally legitimate - it is destined to become a family tradition.
Whether this is your first time, or your 50th, hosting, this Green Bean Casserole is a recipe you'll want to have on your Thanksgiving table year after year.
This time saving ham and spinach breakfast dish will make a great addition to any holiday brunch or breakfast gathering.
This apple custard pie is an heirloom recipe found by the Brass Sisters.
This is a New England version of a cole slaw using fennel and cider vinegar that works especially well with turkey or on a turkey sandwich.
A perfect apple tart should have a firm bottom to its crust but be flaky and flavorful as well.
The essential ingredients are boursin cheese (a soft creamy cheese), a thin piece of prosciutto, and phyllo dough.
This recipe uses dried cranberries with raspberries but you can substitute fresh cranberries and cook a little longer.
This Sweet Potato Casserole, with its creamy bright orange base, its familiar fluffy top crust of golden brown marshmallows is a tradition that resides with many families.
You may only cook a turkey one day a year but it is easy to make a perfectly cooked bird - brown on the outside and fully cooked and moist on the inside.
This dessert cocktail, made with Tuac Brandy and apple cider, is easy to prepare and a sure hit with friends and family, especially in the fall.
With a nod to the classic BLT sandwich, it will be hard to pull your guests away from this dip.
Homemade apple pie can be made much more quickly using a high quality refrigerated pie dough. The secret ingredient here is butter.
Try a different version of a turkey sandwich with leftover turkey. Mix turkey with BBQ sauce and serve on a roll with cole slaw.
To make this flavored butter just mix butter, some brown sugar and of course honey.
Making a mile high apple pie like this requires putting as many Cortland apple slices into the pie as possible.
Pumpkin bread is a holiday tradition and treat for many. Serve this with the honey butter recipe.
The creamy bake of green beans, condensed soup, and crunchy onion topping in this recipe for Broccoli Casserole is certainly a crowd pleaser.
Hood milk held a contest using dairy desserts and this is the grand prize winner. Pumpkin cakes with caramel sauce and topped with a sour cream mixtur
This recipe tops a pumpkin cupcake with maple cream cheese filling and a carmalized sauce with diced apples.
A vinaigrette dressing is simply an emulsion of vinegars, oils and protein. This dressing reduces one cup of apple cider by half to enhance the flavor.
Learn the easiest way to carve a turkey from this descriptive video. She will also show you how to make for an impressive presentation.
As a mother of six, Jancey Smith knows how to make a hearty, home-cooked meal for a big bunch. Enter, the Sunrise Square, a bright, cheesy breakfast casserole to end all breakfast casseroles.
This recipe for Potatoes au Gratin is so simple, so easy, so satisfying, and so very traditional. You’ll find potatoes au gratin goes with any roast – a turkey, a roast beef, even ham.
These crisps elegantly combine the sweet and soft asparagus with salty and crispy prosciutto; a delicious blend of flavors and textures.
This Turkey Pot Pie is a great way to reintroduce the main event from the night before, in a different, but just as delicious way.
There could not be a more perfect ending to your Thanksgiving or Christmas meal than this Marlborough pie.
Of all of the countless things you can do with your farm fresh apples this season make sure you cook up a batch of your own applesauce with this easy and delicious recipe from Chef Annie Schennum.
Perfect for when time is limited this Bolognese Sauce with Thanksgiving Leftovers is a twist on a classic Italian meal that is undeniably delicious.
With all of the holiday festivities to attend and possibly host this season, having a unique yet simple recipe for hors d'oeuvres is always ideal. Leave the cheese and crackers to the wayside this hol
Pickling is a fun and easy way to experiment with different fruits and vegetables. With her recipe, Ward shows us that pickling is as simple as adding your ingredients to a jar.
Cabbage dishes with a European origin like this are typically done with red cabbage instead of green.
A side dish that also serves as the ultimate comfort food, this video recipe for Four Cheese Scalloped Potatoes is best served to a hungry crowd.
Warmer weather means warm weather cocktails. No, not the kind with umbrellas, the traditional kinds: the ones that originated in the 1800s. The Gin and Tonic.
Fresh is best when preparing a holiday meal for your family, and fresh also means simple and elegant with this succulent Mushroom Cream Sauce creation.
The holidays conjure up visions of family, fun, and food….and green bean casseroles, of course. Why not treat your family and guests to a mini gourmet green bean casserole appetizer?