Looking for one more addition to your holiday dessert table? How about just one more sweet treat to offer at your Christmas brunch? Or maybe you want something chocolatey right now? Please feel free to try this one.
Looking for an upgrade to your basic mac & cheese? I like to think of this as the grown-up version of that all-time favorite comfort food.
Ahhh. The sablé. Think of it as the best shortbread cookie with a crispy sugar-coated edge …cakelike in the center. The flavor is full of butter with a hint of saltiness. Just a hint.
For all you lollipop lovers out there. Here’s one that switches it up a bit. Sweet & savory. The perfect grown-up treat to enjoy with that glass of holiday cheer.
Don’t let those mashed potatoes go to waste. Okay, I agree. They are so good heated up with some homemade gravy showered on top. But …you have to try this.
Even the name sounds better, right? Chutney. Not cranberry sauce. Cranberry chutney. Full of flavor and texture. Sour and sweet.
Need another side dish for your holiday feast? Here’s one that may look familiar. You remember that old standby …the green bean casserole? This is an updated, lighter version of the original. And soooo delicious.
This bread pudding. So amazing. Imagine your tried and true recipe for bread stuffing taken to the next level. Or two.
Interested in saving some of your valuable time? Thanks to a few shortcuts, this delicious pot of goodness can be ready to feed your group of six in less than an hour. It’s true.
Keep a supply of this flavorful broth in your freezer and your vegetarian friends will thank you. It can be used as a base for soups and braises. So delicious, it can be enjoyed on its own.
Need to prepare dessert in a hurry? Here’s a delicious idea. These beauties are thrown together in thirty minutes. And they will be the hit of the party. Promise.
If you haven’t had soda bread, now’s the time to try it. There’s no yeast in the mix. No strenuous kneading required …just a brief and gentle knead.