Brunch. The dine-in restaurant occasion I miss most during this pandemic. I’m not really thinking of those all-you-can-eat grand buffets (alth…
This DIY dried orange and lemon garland carries a bonus: It smells amazing while baking in the oven.
Cranberries and eggnog turn a simple monkey bread recipe into an indulgent holiday breakfast or dessert.
A Bundt pan is an easy way to prepare your holiday stuffing, and the result is beautiful enough to serve as your table’s centerpiece.
Serve this hearty and healthy fall salad with roasted pork tenderloin, chicken or salmon, or with your Thanksgiving meal.
Called a snacking cake because it's ideal for exactly that, it begs to be shared with a friend over a cup of tea or coffee or savored as a rec…
Glaze is not just for doughnuts. This delightfully sweet coating has it all: a short ingredient list, a simple, foolproof method and a unique ability to give anything it touches a look that's as beautiful as it is delicious. Made in a variety of colors and used to create different decorative effects, glaze is a perfect way to dress up your favorite holiday cookie recipe. It can even help you add some homemade flair to your favorite store-bought treats.
CARVER, Mass. (AP) — Plummeting cranberry prices and the country's ongoing trade wars have America's cranberry industry eyeing a possible new …
If you plant an American cranberry bush (Viburnum trilobum), don't expect to be harvesting fruit for your Thanksgiving cranberry relish.
Homemade pie fillings prove easy. Crust not so much. Practice makes perfect.
Fruit adds something special to savory dishes: a generous dose of seasonality. We can get so many fruits year-round, but when they're at their in-season peak, there's nothing like, say, citrus to spark a winter salad, grilled peaches to make a barbecue sauce sing of summer or pears to turn a bowl of pasta into something positively fall-ish.
NEW YORK (AP) - Whether or not there would be a final Cranberries' album hinged on what was on a hard drive on the other side of the world.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift — or a way to make your life easier — check out our ideas for January.
These are all homemade gifts that you can make in one afternoon — or, roughly the same amount of time it takes to get to and then circle the parking lot at the mall before giving up and going somewhere else.
This no-cook relish lends a beautiful color and interesting textures to the turkey plate. It's great for sandwiches, too.
If you're looking for something a little different to serve for dessert at Thanksgiving, here are two ways to go that offer a lot of adaptability. The first involves only a little effort and a little oven time. The second is pudding-like, so there are a few steps involved. But it is luscious and can even be frozen, which means it's a dessert gift to you, the cook, throughout the holidays.
Pound cake is simple but elegant; it’s also incredibly rich. Tart cranberries and tangy sour cream provide a welcome contrast to the buttery cake, and the bright cranberries also contribute a burst of color for an extra- special dessert.
I love a good main dish salad in spring and summer, and I have a new favorite ingredient in mine: apples.