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  • Apple Crumb Pie

    For this pie, you can use your own favorite crust recipe, or buy a ready-made flat sheet of crust. For the apples, look for baking apples, like Granny Smith, but it’s fine to use several varieties so you have a few different apple textures in one pie.

  • 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!

  • Sweet Potato Croquettes with Cranberry Salsa

    Coat these little morsels with a delicate hand. By rolling in breadcrumbs first, then milk and breadcrumbs again, the croquettes remain tender and soft.

  • Riesling and Warm Spices Brined Turkey with Riesling Gravy

    The secret to a moist turkey is soaking it in a brining solution overnight before cooking. The aromatics added to the brine infused the turkey with subtle flavors of herbs and warm spices.

  • Cranberry-Dijon Glazed Turkey

    A rosemary citrus rub with a sweet and tart cranberry glaze provides you with an updated take on roasted turkey while staying in your Thanksgiving comfort zone. Cranberry-Dijon Glazed Turkey is packed full of flavor with homemade cranberry sauce and pan gravy to serve on the side.

  • Individual Bacon Wrapped French Toast with Tequila-Maple Sauce

    This is a knock-their-socks off brunch dish that tastes every bit as great as its name and good looks promise.

  • Butternut Squash & Bacon Casserole

    Loaded with roasted butternut squash and crispy bacon, this make-ahead casserole is not only easy to prepare but also tastes delicious.

  • Halloween Popcorn Balls

    Popcorn balls are a classic treat no one can turn down, especially when they take a sweet and salty turn! Jazz up this nostalgic treat with candy corn and roasted peanuts for a party-perfect snack that both kids and adults will love this Halloween.

  • Oven Roasted Sage Turkey with Brown Butter Sage Gravy

    Prior to roasting the turkey, brine your turkey for up to 12 hours.

  • Light and Easy Cornbread

    Making cornbread from scratch is super easy, plus you’ll avoid the refined ingredients found in boxed mixes. My vegan version is southern-friend certified, cholesterol-free and tastes like corn! Do use fresh cornmeal for the best flavor.

  • Caramelized Onion and Sage Pumpkin Soup

    Start your meal with this flavorful soup, or serve it for lunch with a grilled cheese sandwich or an apple-mixed green salad.

  • Lemon-Ginger Tea Brined Fried Chicken

    Piquant lemon ginger tea lends this brine special flavor—resulting in tender, moist and very flavorful fried chicken.