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  • Caramel Pumpkin Pie with Rosemary Crust

    The hint of savory rosemary in the crust plays well with the caramel and spices in the classic pumpkin pie. The easy shortcut of using a microwave to make the caramel means anyone can make this pie without fear!

  • Apple and Dried Cherry Strudel

    Phyllo is wonderfully forgiving and easy to work with—as long as it remains supple. As you work, keep the stack of dough covered with a damp cloth or paper towel to prevent it from drying out.

  • Individual Apple and Dried Cherry Strudel

    If you have never worked with phyllo dough, you are in for a great treat. It looks like it would be complicated, fussy and difficult—and is, in fact, quite easy. Phyllo is forgiving: it if tears, no worries—you can often simply place it down and continue using it. And best of all, phyllo dough always looks impressive and tastes wonderfully flaky and crisp.

  • Pumpkin Cranberry Cupcakes with Maple Brown Sugar Frosting

    The combination of an aromatic spiced pumpkin cupcake and sweet maple frosting will make you wish every day was Thanksgiving. Go ahead and make them in spring, summer and winter—there’s no rule that says you can’t!

  • Homemade Pumpkin Ravioli with White Wine and Herb Butter Sauce

    Pre-made dumpling wrappers make short work of these ravioli, which are a luscious savory-sweet treat ideally suited for autumn entertaining. Be sure to use pumpkin puree and not canned pumpkin pie filling.

  • Rustic Individual Apple Tarts with Riesling-Caramel Sauce

    Pamper your guests when you serve each their own individual apple tart. Drizzle the sauce over the tarts to serve—and then pass the extra.

  • Rustic Apple Tart with Riesling-Caramel Sauce

    You can serve this tart topped with a scoop of the ice cream as well as the caramel sauce…or just as is. The caramel sauce may be made days in advance—if you have the willpower to not use it up before you make the tarts. The pastry crust may also be made a couple of days in advance.

  • Peach Cobbler

    Stone fruit season is here! Whether you top your cobbler with pie crust, batter, biscuits or dumplings; you will always end up with a fresh, juicy, perfect cobbler with this recipe. The addition of lemon, cinnamon and nutmeg enhances the ripe peach flavor.

  • Sour Cream Coffee Cake

    If you don’t have time to make cinnamon rolls and need to feed a crowd for brunch, then this is the recipe for you. This recipe was baked in a 10” by 10” square cake pan but can easily be baked in a 9” by 13” cake pan. The layer of cinnamon and pecans in the center are a welcomed surprise, while the nutmeg and cardamom in the cake give it an extra layer of flavor.

  • Cinnamon Rolls

    Nothing says “Home For The Holidays” like the smell of Mom’s cinnamon rolls coming out of the oven on Thanksgiving morning. The smell of cinnamon & nutmeg, the taste of pecans and tangy cream cheese brings me right back to my childhood. Theses are a labor of love and worth every minute spent making these light, flaky rolls. Add chopped chocolate, dried fruit or a different nut to make this recipe your own.

  • Lasagna Bolognese

    Creamy béchamel and a meaty tomato sauce make this the standard-setter for lasagnas.

  • Oatmeal Cookies

    Oatmeal cookies are always a crowd pleaser and a family favorite. It’s one of the most popular cookies next to the classic chocolate chip. Experiment with different nuts and dried fruits: pecans, pistachios, almonds, chopped dates, dried cranberries, etc. You can’t go wrong whichever way you go.