This little twist on the classic comfort food serves up rich, rib-sticking potatoes like grandma used to make.
This homemade cranberry sauce recipe is a surefire hit for your holiday meal.
This stuffing is a fun variation on a classic -- sausage, leeks and cornbread add moisture and flavor, while cubes of artisan bread and plenty of sage and celery please the traditionalists.
Winter squash is so good for you, and good tasting too, especially when stuffed with chicken apple sausage and brown rice. Perfect for a holiday potluck, it can also make a complete meal served with a simple green salad.
This classic holiday side gets an update with the simple addition of slivered fennel. The mild hint of licorice in the fennel adds wonderful flavor and texture to the creamy potatoes, and breathes new life into an otherwise plain side dish.
A holiday dinner without cranberries just doesn't feel right. This fresh relish bursts with sweet-tart flavor. Plus, it only takes about 5 minutes to throw together, freeing up precious time for other holiday cooking.
When Joniece Puckett's Lithuanian grandmother made this savory Old World dressing in her Chicago home, she never used a recipe. "It was just a little of this and a little of that," says Joniece, who lives in Deer Park, Texas. "I had to run around behind h
Sherry F. hails from corn country--Carmel, Indiana--and she knows how to turn the local cash crop into a melt-in-your-mouth dish. She started with a recipe from the "Crème de Colorado Cookbook," published by the Junior League of Denver, and dressed it up
These mashed potatoes taste incredibly rich and creamy, but have less fat than the usual recipes. The buttermilk imparts a tangy flavor, almost like sour cream, but is much easier on the waistline.
This tangy relish is the pride and joy of the kids at the Christian Cooperative Preschool in Reading, Massachusetts. "They've made it every year since the school opened 30 years ago," says Lynda Z., whose daughters attended CCP. "That baby jar the kids br
While the quality of regular tomatoes suffers in the off season, cherry tomatoes can be a delicious way to get your fix all winter long. Bake them at high heat for a succulent and flavorful accompaniment to roast chicken or beef.
Everything about this dish says fall -- the sweet earthy flavor, the rich fragrance and the bright orange hue. It's a quick dish to throw together and is even faster when you buy a package of squash that's already cleaned, peeled and cubed.
This is an easy yet elegant side dish that compliments anything from a turkey dinner to a standing rib roast. Set aside some beans, before they're tossed with the mushroom mixture, for the pickier eaters at your table.
When roasted at high heat, Brussels sprouts caramelize ever so slightly, and become tender, sweet and delicious. When coupled with chopped apples and bacon, who can resist these delightful baby cabbages?
Though sweet potatoes might taste like dessert, they are actually packed with nutrients, including vitamins A and C, and most kids will readily gobble them up, especially when prepared this way.
Who can resist anything, even broccoli, when it's smothered in a delectable cheese sauce? This hearty side is so good, in fact, that your kids may find themselves arguing over the last spoonful.
Create a savory side dish or appetizer in less than 30 minutes. Crimini and button mushrooms are baked in a buttery broth flavored with fresh herbs.
This recipe is cheesy, simple and rich, like the mac and cheese of the squash world. As it bakes, your house will fill with the aroma of rosemary and toasting parmesan.
According to our kid testers, smashing and mushing the cooked potatoes with an old-fashioned potato masher is the best part of making this classic side dish. For a garnish, top each cloud of mashed potatoes with a homemade herbed butter pat.
A few Thanksgivings ago, Renee Z. replaced a richer dish traditionally served at her family's get-togethers with this lighter and healthier bean dish, and it was gobbled up.
I'll be the first to admit that canned cranberry sauce is pretty good. But honestly, this one is better. It has more personality and a fresh flavor -- with a whisper of apple -- that you just don't get with canned. Besides, it takes just a few minutes to
When Lisa S. was growing up in North Carolina, she and her cousins pitched in every Thanksgiving to make this generations-old recipe. "We would throw sticks up in the pecan trees in the backyard to knock down the pecans," says Lisa.
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