Low-sodium chicken broth
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Low-sodium chicken broth
  • Turkey and Sweet Potato Pot Pie with Flaky Biscuit Topping

    This pot pie is inducement enough to cook a turkey, and makes the days after Thanksgiving as delicious as the feast itself. Using sweet potato instead of regular has a surprisingly big—and delicious—impact on the flavor, thanks to their earthy-sweet flavor.

  • Cornbread, Pecan and Bacon Stuffing

    In the Northeast, it’s called stuffing and in the South, it’s dressing. Others will insist it changes names depending whether it is cooked inside the bird (stuffing) or outside. We say it doesn’t matter what you call it—to many of us, it is the best part of Thanksgiving!

  • Cider Bourbon Glazed Roast Turkey

    This simple preparation brings out the very best in your turkey. Apples and vegetables lend their sweet goodness to the bird as it roasts, and the glaze, which simmers on the stove while the bird roasts (or may be made ahead, if you’d rather have the burner for other things) gently intensifies in flavor until it is time to baste. This no-fail glaze gives the bird beautiful sable brown color, and warm, savory flavor.

  • Soy Braised Pork Belly with Chinese Steamed Buns

    One of the keys to the deep, savory flavor of the of the braise is what’s known as “thin” or “superior” or “premium” soy sauce. It is also occasionally referred to as light soy sauce—but don’t confuse that with low sodium! Thin soy sauce is actually saltier and lighter in color than regular soy sauce. Buy the buns at your local Chinese market: look in the freezer section for folded, not round, buns.

  • Poached Chicken with Arugula-Almond Pesto Tea Sandwiches

    The slightly sweet bread adds an interesting twist to this savory sandwich. You may double the amount of pesto and freeze the extra in ice cube trays for later use.

  • Parisian Roast Chicken

    This universally beloved dish makes a wonderful, casually elegant focus for a meal to share with friends and family. And, as much as we love to cook for others, it is always lovely to have leftovers to eat cold with mustard the next day.

  • Sephardic Moroccan Cornish Hens with Olives and Apricots

    A Cornish hen, or Rock Cornish hen is simply a broiler-fryer chicken that weighs between one and two pounds. When split, in ensures each diner gets both white and dark meat, and makes a lovely presentation.

  • Italian Wedding Soup

    There are countless variations on this soup, which—contrary to popular belief, is named for the way the flavors of the greens and meat marry so well (and not for the occasions on which it is served). But go ahead—serve it at a wedding to symbolize the harmony you’ll experience in life together.

  • Hearty Ancho, Turkey and Pumpkin Chili

    Pumpkin is the secret ingredient that gives this smoky chili savory-sweet, creamy richness.

  • Chicken and White Bean Chili

    Is it a soup or a stew? Call it what you will, you’re going to want to keep this recipe in your “favorites” file and bring it out on cold winter nights, when watching the game with a crowd…and on busy weeknights, too. Freeze leftovers in portion size containers for microwave friendly lunches.

  • Cheddar Soup with Apple

    This rich soup makes a hearty and satisfying main course; accompany it with a crisp green salad and a loaf of crusty bread.

  • Leek and Potato Soup

    Leeks, while in the onion family, have a gentler flavor that give this elegant soup a homey, comfort-food flavor.