Bone-in turkey breasts are easy to find, and as impressive as a whole bird when you roast them in butter and herbs.
Author: Alison Roman
In Italy, this recipe is a classic holiday dish. For Christmas Eve, it would generally be served at room temperature, as part of a buffet.
Author: Mario Batali
This holiday-worthy beef roast is simply crusted with dry mustard and then cooked to perfect, rosy rare, then served with an easy onion gravy.
Wondering how to make green bean casserole? In this green bean casserole recipe, creamy mushroom sauce surrounds tender green beans, topped with French's...
Author: The French's Food Company LLC.
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Author: Suzanne Goin
If one pasta dish exemplifies the complexity of pan sauce precision, it's cacio e pepe (literally, cheese and pepper). The minimalist recipe calls for...
Author: Oliver Strand
Rubbed with garlic, rosemary, and allspice, this bacon-wrapped roast is rich with holiday flavor. The impressive but quick-cooking recipe can easily be...
Author: Rhoda Boone
It doesn't take much to make slender, tender green beans memorable-lemon zest and orange zest warmed in olive oil provide sensational sparkle.
Author: Lillian Chou
Author: Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez
A popular Southern dessert said to originate in England, chess pie consists of staple ingredients: eggs, butter, and sugar, bound with cornmeal, flour,...
Author: Sarah Jampel
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Author: Denise Barr
If you set aside several hours on three days to make the Gingerbread house, that will allow plenty of time for all the icing to set firmly and plenty of...
Author: Maggie Ruggiero
This dip is similar to the original green goddess dressing, which was created in the 1920s at San Franciscos Palace Hotel. Here, sour cream stands in...
Author: Nancy Oakes
Amaretti cookie crumbs, sprinkled between layers of phyllo, give lots of satisfying flavor and texture this this apple-cranberry pastry.
Author: Steve Pernetti
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Author: Patricia Reilly
These truffle-like cookies dipped in crushed candy are as fun to make as they are to eat.
The classic dessert gets a holiday twist with eggnog flavors and an opulent presentation. Begin making this one day before serving.
Cauliflower and cabbage meet up in this soufflelike casserole that's both warm and comforting while feeling light and virtuous.
Author: Trine Hahnemann
For the holiday season.
Author: Jill Silverman Hough