Warning: These marinated mushrooms are addictive. It's impossible to eat just one, but it's easy to make a double or triple batch of them. Pack the mushrooms in jars for gift-giving, or serve them in a bowl with toothpicks, or as part of an antipasto platter to guests.
If you're looking for some tasty gift ideas, this lemony ginger pound cake is just the ticket. And the recipe let's you bake not one, but six lemon pound cakes at once. So you get more results for the same amount of baking effort. Whether you're cooking for a crowd or cranking out gifts, it's the kind of holiday baking that you'll appreciate.
This tender, moist apple cake is coated with a caramel glaze that is poured over the cake while it is still warm and quickly broiled until bubbly. It's the type of cake that keeps well and many bakers claim is better the next day - I agree!
Thanksgiving may be over, but it's still cranberry season and these muffins are a terrific way to use them. There's something about homemade muffins that just doesn't compare to the purchased variety--so give these a try, you won't be disappointed.
Nothing beats a warm bowl of soup on a chilly evening. This soup recipe features curry, ginger, and onion and highlights the rich, creamy flavor of butternut squash--a simple and soul-warming meal.
Time to start thinking about the drinks and cocktails. Here's a terrific line up for Thanksgiving Day--from the morning parade to evening football watching and everything in between. Happy Thanksgiving!
If you're looking for a quick idea for an appetizer, bruschetta is your ticket. You can't go wrong with this recipe for Bruschetta with Tomatoes and Basil. It's super easy and delicious -- plus, there are many variations. See the bottom of the recipe for 10 More Bruschetta Toppings.
Rubbing a flavored compound butter under the skin of your turkey will keep the breast moist, add flavor, and give the skin a great crisp, shiny finish. The "secret" ingredient in this butter is a small dash of Chinese 5-spice, which contains ginger, cinnamon, and star anise, and will give the turkey a very subtle and delicious aroma.
Some call it stuffing, others call it dressing, but no matter what you call it, this recipe for cornbread stuffing with kale and bacon will add a delicious twist to your holiday menu. It's a bit of tradition with an update on flavor, and it's sure to be a hit!
That a juicy, perfectly cooked turkey is difficult for the novice cook to achieve is the biggest myth in all of American cooking. There is nothing to fear, but the fear of dry turkey itself. By following a few basic rules, you're guaranteed a moist, delicious turkey every time. First off, bring the turkey to room temperature before cooking--a simple, but important step that will ensure the bird cooks evenly and will cut down on the cooking time. Here are five more rules to ensure a perfect turkey every time.