The best part of Thanksgiving? Days of leftovers made from your favorite dishes. Here's how to combine a few favorites to make a turkey chowder.
Apple and ginger shine in this autumn cake. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and eat leftovers for breakfast the next day.
"Three milk" cake is simply a delicate cake soaked in a combination of milks. This pumpkin variety gives it a seasonal flavor.
A sweet Southern dessert made perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
This classic recipe has a sweet-tart tanginess from fresh lemons with a firm filling.
This salad tastes light and bright with the flavor of fresh herbs and a satisfying crunch of roasted peanuts.
Use red pepper relish on a burger, as a sandwich spread, or serve it with a cheese board.
Pale peas, butter beans, sweet bi-color peaches, and cream corn combine for a bright summer succotash.
Fresh cherry tomatoes star as the jewels in this summer tart.
Sage is often used in savory dishes. But used in baked goods it offers an elusive herbal undernote, especially when baked with berries.
For added flavor, garnish corn bisque with thyme buttered popcorn.
A colorful variation of the classic white potato vichyssoise, chilled for summer enjoyment.
With the arrival of blueberry season, a new combination with tropical flavors makes an unusual summer treat.
This decadent Hummingbird Bundt cake with cream cheese filling and pineapple cream cheese glaze is a Southern classic.
The versatility of ricotta cheese and in-season strawberries combine for simple, lightly sweet cake.
A pitcher of fresh strawberry iced tea beats any 'flavored' mix, hands down.
This version of chicken salad cooks the dressing slowly over heat until it thickens, creating a creamy sauce that has a sweet-and-sour edge.
This strawberry cakes makes a wonderful breakfast or brunch treat, not too sweet, but hearty and fresh with the burst of juicy berries.
This versatile Mexican dish can fill tacos, stuff a torta, top a salad, or be served with rice. Best of all, this is the kind of meal the whole family can help prepare.
Served in individual ramekins or a larger dish, an old-fashioned cooking technique gets a update as an elegant appetizer or the star of a cheese plate.