Tired of the same old roasted turkey and stuffing? Give your guests a surprise with this Asian twist.
Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday that lands somewhere between November 28th and December 26th. Jews follow a lunar calendar instead of the common solar calendar, so the date changes every year. Because of its proximity to Christmas, the holiday has grown in popularity and importance with gift-giving (a more American tradition), games, songs, and, of course, food.
The origins of the Shepherd’s Pie date back to the 1700s and are often synonymous with Irish heritage. The traditional Irish recipe uses lamb or mutton, but when made with other various ground red meats, most often beef, it is referred to as Cottage Pie.
Sour cream raisin pie rose out of a different era, when ingredients were difficult to get and money was tight. Developed during World War II, this practical but delicious pie uses common pantry items. Enjoy a little nostalgia as you whip up this traditional favorite.
This airy combination of pumpkin pie and cheesecake is topped with a dollop of whipped cream and garnished with homemade pumpkin brittle.
This easy-to-make breakfast dish is best prepared the night before but can easily be thrown together in the morning. Try substituting other cooked meats such as bacon or turkey. You can even experiment with different cheeses.
Fill your stomach with this warm and comforting breakfast. Perfect for cold fall days.
Rich with pumpkin and cinnamon flavor, these bars are sure to delight anybody who waits for fall flavors to come around.
Ending a stressful week by grabbing fried rice take out, complete with chopsticks and a movie became a favorite Friday night tradition. The fried rice turned into a delicious comfort food that would help me to relax and enjoy the jump-start to my weekend at home.
Cashews are used to make everything from coffee creamer to whip topping to cheese; yes, even mayonnaise! The keys to this recipe are a little preparation and trusting your taste buds.