St. Lucia Day is celebrated Dec. 13 in Sweden and across Scandinavian communities in the United States. These saffron buns play a big part in the annual family holiday tradition.
Shopping for the gourmand in your life? Or simply want to bring some cheer into the kitchen? Here are some holiday gift ideas from Stir It Up! blogger The Runaway Spoon.
Whole duck legs are braised with orange, ginger, lemongrass, cilantro, and garlic in this dish adapted from 'The Lemonade Cookbook' by Alan Jackson.
Add fresh rosemary or countless other additions to these classic shortbread cookies – lemon zest, hazelnuts, almonds, lavender, or ginger.
Christmas flavors may be in full swing, but it doesn't have to be the end for pumpkin. Put lingering cans of pumpkin puree to good use with this waffle recipe.
A melt-in-your-mouth soup so good you'll want more than just one serving.
Christmas is the season for magical sweet creations. This rich, colorful, chocolate-drenched cake is a must-have on any holiday table.
When it's chilly, nothing warms you up like a spicy dish inspired by warmer climates. Use chicken thighs, another inexpensive cut of meat, or squash to go vegan for this recipe.
Get ready for Christmas cookie season with these chocolate-hazelnut flavored cookies. Top double-chocolate dough with a swirl of Nutella.
In this recipe from 'Home Cooking with Charlie Trotter,' a braised beef stew flavored with cardamom, garlic, onion, celery, and carrots is topped with roasted potatoes, parsnips, and celery root.
Substitute water for chicken stock for a vegetarian version of this soup, and leave out the heavy cream to go vegan or dairy-free. However you make it, this simple soup will please a crowd.
Had enough of leftover turkey sandwiches? Go for a warm and hearty turkey chowder instead. Tips on how to cut prep time make this recipe an easy post-holiday meal.
Do something different with leftover turkey this year. These hot brown 'sandwiches' are like individual turkey-cheese casseroles, the perfect lunch for a long weekend.
No one really know what was on the menu that first Thanksgiving meal when the English colonists shared three days of feasting with the Wampanoag People in Plymouth, Mass., in 1621. But Wampanoag autumn stew would have been a seasonal dish.
Topped with layer of cheese that browns and crisps up while baking, this classic potatoes au gratin recipe is French comfort food at its best.
Turkey recipes for Thanksgiving range from brining, deep frying, and the more traditional oven roast. Here's a traditional rub recipe for a roasted turkey.
There's no doubt about it, buttermilk makes everything better. A sweet syrup, either molasses or sorghum, blends with tangy, creamy buttermilk to create a light custard in this pie.
Thanksgiving recipes are the building blocks for a successful Thanksgiving dinner. If you are heading to the grocery store this weekend, consider some of these online resources for finding familiar recipes, new twists on traditional favorites, and tips for a stress-free meal.
Love lemon bars? You'll love them more with a splash of orange juice. Amp up the orange flavor by adding the zest of one orange.