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.
National Cookie Day is Dec. 4. Celebrate with salted maple thumbprint cookies.
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.
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.
Apple pie made easy with a homemade crumble crust.
A cranberry relish with flavors that tells the story of Thanksgiving.
Key lime pie is a Thanksgiving classic.
Sweet potato casserole flavored with cider, orange, and maple.
Classic pecan pie has deep Southern roots.
These vegan mashed potatoes flavored with chipotle are so good you don't even need gravy.
The simple taste of peas and pearl onions offers some relief from all of the all sweet mash on the Thanksgiving dinner plate.
Cranberry sauce recipes may be wide and varied, but be sure to make enough for the leftover turkey sandwiches.
Salty, smoky bacon wrapped around a plantain and baked until it is creamy and tender.
A fresh, crunchy fennel salad will balance all of the rich foods on the Thanksgiving table.
A wild rice and fruit salad that is a little bit nutty, just like Thanksgiving.
Pumpkin coconut pie tastes half pumpkin, half coconut custard.
A vegan stuffing recipe that isn't too dry or too spicy.
Spiced sweet potato puree with pecan streusel is sweetened with maple syrup.
For the purists, cranberry compote is a Thanksgiving side dish that begins with whole cranberries.