A slightly different take on cooking green beans for a holiday meal, this is nicely accented with dill and tomatoes.
I like the fresh “zing” combination of cranberries with oranges on various holiday dishes, and I love using any of my relish leftovers on top of yogurt in the morning.
Not as sweet as the usual candied yams but equally delicious.
Toasted almonds and breadcrumbs add crunch to a warm and steamy green bean dish.
Red potatoes add color to the basic mashed potatoes recipe, and with roasted garlic and Parmesan in it, this dish is rich and full of flavor.
Tender, oven-roasted rack of lamb is easy to prepare & will be the shining star of your dinner table.
This classic tiramisu is a perfect choice for the holidays. Coffee-soaked ladyfingers mixed with creamy mascarpone makes this dessert one of our favorite ways to end a meal!
Nothing can be said more about a plate of creamed spinach alongside a meat entrée; it is just the perfect companion. A little sprinkle of aged Gouda cheese goes all the way, adding sharp and nutty bites to the dish.
A classic preparation for prime rib roast, this is one of the best techniques.
A “garlicky” spaghetti squash complemented with roasted cauliflower and crispy prosciutto makes up this tasty main dish.
This classic ham recipe is perfect to serve to your holiday guests.
These cookies from Ellie are so very good. Decadent with brown sugar, they would pair perfectly with a cup of hot tea.
If you’re looking for a new way to prepare Brussels sprouts, may we suggest this delicious recipe?
This is a simple gratin that works perfectly with almost any type of vegetable. Here, Brussels sprouts are paired with Swiss cheese sauce.
This creamy and luscious dessert features mascarpone cheese alternating between figs and hazelnuts.
Delicious served atop chicken.
Fresh, juicy pluots tossed with fragrant lavender and honey make this rustic tart a mouth-wateringly easy summer dessert.
Making shortcakes is a summertime dessert tradition. Instead of the usual strawberries, try using peaches paired with bourbon and glazed pecans.
This recipe has all the components of Black Forest cake, except it’s easier to make and involves no baking. You’ll be surprised at how well the chocolate bread cubes substitute for cake pieces.
With a beautiful steak like the Delmonico, you want to keep the seasoning simple—but the sauce can be punchy, like this Argentinian chimichurri sauce. The result is one tender, juicy, delicious steak.
Enjoy this rendition of juicy and tender scallops with fresh sweet corn coulis.
Enjoy a twist on an outdoor summertime classic.
This Asian-inspired sweet & spicy slider is a hit for summertime grilling!
Marinating chicken breasts in a tequila, lime, and honey mixture—then grilling them to perfection—is amazing summer flavor.