Feeling adventurous this Thanksgiving? Experiment with butternut squash instead of pumpkin or sweet potato. Top your unique pie with homemade whipped cream infused with sorghum, or another sweet syrup.
Spiced candied nuts are a scrumptious holiday snack you can make in 10 minutes.
This comforting bread pudding tastes like a cross between a spiced pumpkin pie and a slice of French toast.
Flakey, warm biscuits with a touch of sweet potato for Thanksgiving.
Oreos combined with a block of cream cheese and then rolled in chocolate? Surprisingly good!
Mexican- or Southwest-inspired dishes to help you celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Mexican inspired shrimp tacos.
A glazed Canadian bacon roll is perfect for a small gathering and pairs beautifully with classic brunch accompaniments.
Whether you are Irish or not, corned beef and cabbage, Irish colcannon, Irish soda bread, and grasshopper pie will help you celebrate the arrival of green.
A green tea cake for a festive St. Patrick's Day
Boxty is a classic Irish dish to celebrate with on St. Patrick's Day.
Traditional Irish soda bread is made plain, without sugar or raisins.
A fusion food twist on a St. Patrick's Day favorite.
Cupcakes inspired by the traditional Mardi Gras King Cake.
Their differences are slight, both are perfect for celebrating Mardi Gras Lousiana-style. This duck and andouille sausage gumbo is comfort food with a Creole/Cajun kick.
Fat Tuesday, or Shrove Tuesday, is celebrated in Britain with pancakes.
These bars meet all King Cake flavor requirements, but are simpler to make and to serve.
Tender and delicious, a roasted salmon roll for a Valentine's Day meal at home.
An updated version of a Southern classic New Year's dish.
Leftover celery teams up with chicken, carrots, tomato paste, and rice to become Minestra del Sedano, a satisfying meal in a bowl.
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.