This classic turkey gravy can be made ahead and frozen up to 3 months before you plan to serve it, meaning no more frantically whisking turkey drippings on Thanksgiving day to make gravy when what you really want to do is sit down and eat.
Just because you don’t have enough guests to make a whole turkey for Thanksgiving doesn’t mean you can’t still eat turkey and stuffing.
My ideal potato pancake has extra crispy edges, lots of scallions, and tender, textured centers.
Buttery chocolate and rosemary hamantaschen cookies filled with a chocolate halva ganache and crunchy toasted sesame seeds.
A Peppermint Patty, a brownie, and a cookie walk into a bar… and they all get along really well.
There’s nothing wrong with plain ‘ol regular stuffing, but if you’re looking for a fun and simple twist (get it, a twist???) on a classic — it’s time to give pretzel stuffing a try.
Serve these warm, cinnamon sugar pumpkin-spiced bagels toasted with butter or a hearty maple-bacon cream cheese.
Just in time for Rosh Hashanah, this round, braided apple and honey babka is packed full of apple butter and drizzled with a honey icing.