Use the New Year as an opportunity for a new start in your kitchen.
An updated version of a Southern classic New Year's dish.
The kind of dish that makes you want to friend your local butcher.
Leftover celery teams up with chicken, carrots, tomato paste, and rice to become Minestra del Sedano, a satisfying meal in a bowl.
This take on Lancashire hotpot – traditional English food at its most comforting – is made with lamb, onions and carrots topped with sliced potatoes and baked until fork tender.
A tasty salad is even more delicious when using farm-fresh ingredients.
Classic corn pudding with cheddar and chives.
Sit back and digest the holidays with these favorite culinary flicks.
Dried cherries, pecans and orange zest and juice flavor this not-too-sweet cake, perfect for a holiday breakfast or with coffee and tea.
A festive one-dish brunch that's easy to make and will feed a crowd.
A version of the classic green bean casserole made from scratch with fresh, delicious ingredients.
A main course for Christmas that doesn't require a lot of fussy side dishes.
A simple and easy traditional Christmas ham with a delicious pineapple glaze.
A quick, easy meal during the busy holiday rush.
Latkes and doughnuts are a tradition during Hanukkah. Here is a doughnut recipe that can be also used to make doughnuts holes.
Tutti frutti chocolate fudge and crispy peanut butter snowballs are just a couple of recipes to get you started.
Chickpea patties, lemon rice, and green bean mallum make a balanced and tasty meal.
Red velvet cupcakes dress up the holidays.
December is National Pear Month. Celebrate with a savory pear pizza as your main course.