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Turkey dinner 1016
No time to risk it -- from tender glazed turkey to perfect pan gravy and sides, here's a traditional Thanksgiving dinner done right.
Sweet potato orange cups12
Who says meat is a must-have? This meatless marvel satisfies any appetite, even if you're not crazy about eggplant!
Black bean cakes16
A total stunner... fantastic looks are overshadowed only by outstanding flavor.
Roasting New York Strip18
This isn't your typical roast -- this is steak in the oven! Cooked to perfection and served with a traditional gravy, what's not to love?
Trimming Top Loin
Stuffed baked potatoes23
Who doesn't like stuffed baked potatoes? Here are three recipes to choose from, ranging from the traditional to the sublime.
"Good" with butter and cream23
"Better" with bacon and Cheddar24
"Best" with Cajun-spiced seafood25
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Everything you ever wanted to know about these little crimson jewels, from how they are harvested to how to use them.
Cooked cranberry sauce is good, but this fresh, uncooked relish with jicama, apples, and pecans really makes the berries pop!
So many flavors, paired together perfectly. Ginger shortcakes, cranberry-pear compote, and orange cream. All I can say is, "WOW!"
From opening oysters to melting chocolate, we can all use a little help in the kitchen. Here are four basic techniques to make cooking easier.
Pan-roasted oyster stew34
Asian pork tenderloin36
St. Louis fried ravioli38
Why make dinner when you can have these sensational starters? With just a little effort, these four appetizers are sure to impress!
One look at these modern pound cakes makes it easy to see why Warren Brown is stirring things up in the dessert world.
Chocolate pound cake47
These tiny cakes are Warren Brown’s clever solution to utilize excess batter.
To make, use small brioche pans (or a muffin pan fitted with liners). Coat brioche pans liberally with nonstick-flour spray; fill each with about ¼ cup batter. Bake at 350° for 15 minutes, until toothpick comes out clean. Let cool 3 minutes, then unmold. The crunchy feet tend to stick in the brioche pans, so Warren employs his “slam” technique for unmolding: Cover the baking sheet and brioche pans with the bottom of a second baking sheet, invert, and slam both pans onto the counter. The brioche pans should lift right off the crunchy feet.
Pumpkin-clove pound cake49
Italian meringue buttercream50
Everyone needs a special holiday drink. These refreshing bubbles of red are just the thing to ring in the New Year.