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Blackberry Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Blackberry Sauce

I’ve noticed, over the past few years, that recipes for cranberry sauce are calling for less and less sugar. Maybe it’s just the type of cranberry sauce that I’ve had, but cranberries have such a great natural tartness to them that I’ve never tasted a cranberry sauce that was too sweet. I far prefer cranberry sauces that are a little on the sweeter side because ... Read More »

Trongs

Trongs probably won’t become the next spork, despite the strangely catchy name, but they are an interesting little foodie accessory that fills a little gap in the food world. Trongs are the “world’s first fully functional finger-food utensil.” They are alien-like three-pronged finger covers made of flexible plastic. You slip your thumb and first two fingers inside the pockets of the trong and use it ... Read More »

Caramelized Onion Stuffing

Caramelized Onion Stuffing

Stuffing – also known as dressing, depending on what part of the country you’re from and what your family traditions are – is a traditional Thanksgiving side dish made with bread and seasoned with spices and vegetables, either baked inside the turkey or cooked on the side. I am a firm believer that stuffing should have both a simple ingredient list and a crispy top ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

If you’re a fan of s’mores and love the warm chocolate-marshmallow combination of the treat, the S’mores Bread Pudding from Culinary Concoctions is definitely going to be appealing. The bread pudding is made with a chocolate bread, adding loads of chocolate flavor to the whole dish, and is topped off with crushed graham crackers, chocolate and toasted marshmallows. Apple cider is one of my favorite ... Read More »

Thanksgiving Recipes and Ideas

Happy Thanksgiving!

The days are quickly ticking by and Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. Since it’s such a big food holiday here in the US, it’s often the case that dishes must be prepped ahead of time and oven space (and time) carefully allotted to everything in advance. In honor of the planning of the holiday, I’m devoting this whole week to Thanksgiving recipes ... Read More »

How to choose a roasting pan

Mauviel Roasting Pan

A crowd-feeding turkey is the biggest thing that some of us cook during the year, and that often means that we need special cookware to accommodate its size and shape, while most oven-roasted meats and vegetables do just fine in smaller and shallower pans. A roasting pan should be big and fairly deep, about 3-4 inches, to hold all the drippings from your roast and ... Read More »

Sour Cream and Green Onion Biscuits

Sour Cream and Green Onion Biscuits

Biscuits are great dinner sides. They’re tasty, and putting together a batch is actually very quick and easy – especially when you compare it to relatively time consuming alternatives, like making yeasted dinner rolls. Biscuits are usually made to be plain, with all of their flavor coming from butter, buttermilk or cream included in the dough. As a result, they can be served with all ... Read More »

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