A frittata is bigger and better than an omelette and simple to make.
Holiday recipes, such as Jezebel Jelly, offer a chance to recapture a taste of the past. It's a quickly made tangy condiment that had a real heyday when I was a kid.
'Chewy Gooey Crispy Crunchy' and an edible treat like snicker doodles will make a wonderful holiday gift.
Lemon poppy seed bread is perfect for afternoon tea or to give as a Christmas gift.
Couscous with curried baked lamb is tender and spicy.
A bubbling chicken pot pie with a homemade crust will warm up dark nights.
Soft buttery provolone cheese pairs nicely with caramelized onions for a delicious sandwich.
National Cookie Day is Dec. 4. Celebrate with salted maple thumbprint cookies.
Braised short ribs with polenta is tender and flavorful.
If you aren’t quite ready to give up the flavors of Thanksgiving, use up that last bit of pumpkin puree and bring it to your breakfast table.
Spice up any leftover turkey with this warm dish.
A delicious snack made from those leftover Thanksgiving spuds.
Roasting radicchio is a favorite way to prepare it in Italian kitchens.
Spicy pumpkin soup was an easy and creative dinner for these new (and tired) parents.
Little pockets of simple loveliness.
Part of the joy of Thanksgiving are the leftovers that follow.
Light, creamy ricotta pancakes topped with fresh fruit will wow your guests after the big meal.
Thanksgiving dessert should be as bountiful as your blessings.
These lemon ginger sugar cookies will be perfect for your favorite Thanksgiving cookie cutter.
Apple pie is a persistent classic at the Thanksgiving table.