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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.


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.

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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.

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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.

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Chicken drumsticks are often relegated to kids’ meals, perhaps a notch up from chicken tenders. This is a surprisingly winning and simple prep…

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