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Try one of our cutout cookie variations: Stained-Glass Snowmen Stained-Glass Wreaths Sugared Wreaths Fluted Wreaths Christmas Trees
Dress up a plain chicken sandwich by adding tangy blue cheese and tart apple slices.
Your guests can savor the colors and flavor of fall with these appetizers.
Myth-Buster Recipe. Given that both chocolate and coconut are not as bad as once thought, and given that they taste mighty good together, we baked up a batch of these toasty, chocolaty treats to celebrate. Like all sweets with few other nutrients, though, they are treats—perfectly healthy every once in a while.
These tasty wraps are easy to pack in lunchboxes or for picnics. Feel free to customize the sandwiches with your favorite ingredients.
Sprinkle cookies with coarse salt after glazing to enhance the maple flavor.
Chipotle chiles add a subtle smokiness and a touch of spicy heat to this chili. We also love the flavor from the three types of beans. Cook this hearty, kid-friendly dish up to two days ahead. Thin it with a little water when reheating, if necessary.
Classic lemon squares are always a popular dessert at teas, luncheons, and showers. As an added bonus, you can make them ahead and freeze for up to one month.
Filet mignon is a lean cut of beef, and pairing the filet with fat-free orzo provides the opportunity to whisk in chilled butter to finish the sauce.
"Bacalao" or salt cod is very popular in Spanish food and it is really delicious and versatile. These little fish balls are light, fluffy and practically melt in your mouth. Serve with "alioli" sauce (garlic mayonnaise) and/or "sofrito" (tomato sauce) for a unique and tasty appetizer.
The flavors of fennel and sweet oranges balance the peppery notes of the watercress and radishes.
If you like super-chocolatey, fudgy brownies, then these are for you. Prep and Cook Time: 45 minutes.
We love these thick, satisfying cookies as humble as peanut butter cookies but not as crumbly. Dried cranberries provide a slightly tart counterpoint to the macadamia nuts' richness. The dough is somewhat sticky; chilling it briefly makes handling easier.
This recipe for Eastern European cabbage pie is a savory side dish or main-course vegetarian offering. It starts with a flaky pie crust and is filled with sauteed cabbage mixed with hard-cooked eggs, making it a great candidate for all those leftover dyed Easter eggs! Cabbage pie, when made in a rectangular pan and cut into small squares, makes a great appetizer or brunch dish. Here's a larger photo of cabbage pie. Makes 6 to 8 servings of Eastern European Cabbage Pie
Home made fruit scones for afternoon tea are made quickly and easily as in this fruit scones recipe. They are delicious hot or cold and British scones are a major part in any afternoon tea. If you want to ensure your scones are light, fluffy and well risen have a look at these simple tips. How to Make Perfect, Light Scones
The rich sesame flavor of these green beans reflects traditional Korean cuisine.
Top pizza with a trio of flavors - sweet squash, piquant pesto, and mild, buttery cheese.
These lollipops top our Coconut Angel Food Cake.
Chef Payton Curry drizzles deliciously caramelized cauliflower with vinaigrette, then tops the dish with meaty scallops.
This recipe goes with Herb-Roasted Turkey with Cheese Grits
Here is my version of a good English country classic ? pork, apple and Stilton. Great pub grub!
With their rich, indulgent flavors, these layered brownies are a definite crowd-pleaser.
This recipe goes with Sole with Almond and Wine Sauce
Display these fun, colorful balls on top of candleholders, cordial glasses or vases.
Hands-on time: 35 min.; Total time: 4 hr., 35 min.
Standing rib roast is a recipe that always impresses. Try it for your next special occasion.
These cake layers will not rise as high as those of traditional cakes.
While many Americans are familiar with savory tamales, the sweet ones are less commonly served in restaurants; they’re more of a special-occasion, make-at-home dish. As is typical of family recipes, there are as many variations as there are cooks. This recipe doesn’t come from any particular region in Mexico, but it features ingredients you’ll find in many sweet tamales: nuts, fruit, and spices. What to buy: Masa harina is dried, powdered masa (dried corn that has been cooked and soaked in limewater, then ground while wet); we like Maseca brand, an instant slaked cornmeal that is useful in making tamales. It’s widely available in Latin markets or the ethnic aisle of many grocery stores, and yields consistent results. You can also purchase freshly made masa dough at many Latin markets. Corn husks can be found at Latin markets. Game plan: The dough and filling can be made up to 2 days in advance and refrigerated in a covered container. Alternatively, you can form the tamales up to 1 day ahead and keep them covered in the refrigerator until ready to steam and serve. To help you make the perfect tamale, see our step-by-step guide to forming tamales. This recipe was featured as part of our Tamales for the Holidays project.
You can also bake the chocolate filling in your favorite homemade pie dough or a ready-made frozen 9-inch pie shell; you may need fewer pecans.
When the famed Gray Kunz opened Grayz in Manhattan, he planned to pair every dish with a cocktail. What to have with this outrageous Oreo-crusted riff on Key lime pie? An Elderflower Martini.
Dried fruit provides rich, concentrated cherry flavor, a contrast to the tart frozen cherries. The white, creamy chocolate topping drizzles the pies with sweetness.
Load a store-bought pizza crust with balsamic-splashed turkey, peppery arugula, creamy fontina, and nutty Parmigiano-Reggiano for a quick one-dish dinner.
Time: 35 minutes. We created this elegant, elongated version of strawberry shortcake by stacking cake layers with berries and whipped cream.
Thinly sliced apples create rich, moist layers of fruit within the cake. This recipe goes with Caramel-Apple Cobbler Cake, Apple Streusel Coffee Cake
A hummus vinaigrette gives this couscous salad a little Mediterranean flair. Toss in some pistachios, red bell pepper, mint, and feta cheese, and you have a healthy side to a lamb burger or baked fish.