This beautiful dish has that "can't quite put your finger on it" flavor, which is achieved with the addition of tarragon and the New Orleans-born liqueur Herbsaint. Complete in under an hour, this knockout dish is a feast for the eyes and tastebuds.
Beau Monde blend is a throw back spice mixture, and we love that it's made a come back. Like your fall wardrobe, outfit your pantry with Beau Monde. Use this rich, earthy blend to bring cozy fall flavor to just about anything--like this acorn squash. Legend has it that Ernest Hemingway used Beau Monde in his hamburgers. Now that's rich!
This recipe makes a big bundt cake--you'll need a 12 cup pan and at least an hour of baking time. If you're short on time, speed up the process by making cupcakes or these little bundts--we call them cakelettes. You'll get 30 small cakes and reduce your baking time in half. These are a great way to end a holiday meal. They're also a lovely breakfast snack with coffee...
The mild flavor and texture of spaghetti squash lends itself to lots of flavor variations. We love its versatility and especially love it with this sweet-savory combo. The squash bakes with a combo of Ginger Sugar, onion, garlic and salt. The prep is simple, but the end result is a complex flavor. This is a great holiday meal side dish to add to your lineup.
Dry brining results in very crispy skin and delectable flavor. You can use this technique on a whole turkey, or like we did here on a turkey breast. In less than two hours, you'll have a beautifully browned turkey breast and very happy guests.
Hericot Vert are long, thin French green beans. We love their delicate, slightly sweet flavor. And we especially love the quick cooking time, too! These beautiful beans combine with rich, sweet caramelized onions. They come together quickly and make for a healthy weeknight side that's also fit for the holiday table!
This bread, with its crunchy-sweet Spiced Sugar Topping, makes a great breakfast--or anytime--treat. This recipe bakes up two big, sturdy loaves. The baked loaves freeze beautifully. Wrap them in foil then slip them into freezer-strength zip top bags. Tuck them into the deep freeze now for a welcome treat on busy mornings during the holiday season.