The exciting flavors of New York City come alive with the combination of apple-bacon jam and rich, creamy cheddar. And like the city, this grown-up grilled cheese is sweet, spicy, sour and rich—a little bit of everything. Note: the jam, which keeps well in the refrigerator for a couple of weeks, is also the perfect condiment for pork roast.
Autumn flavors take center stage in this squash crème brulee with flavors reminiscent of pumpkin spice.
This particular crepe batter is one of my favorites, as the rye flour keeps it tender, and the minimal amount of sugar means you can use it to wrap both sweet and savory fillings. When paired with the buttery apple compote, they work for breakfast (top with plain yogurt), lunch (cottage cheese!) or dessert (a spoonful of softly whipped cream).
This stunning holiday cake is a fun weekend project. Each component can be made separately and refrigerated ahead of time, which makes assembling the cake fairly easy. The ermine frosting is an old fashioned cooked flour frosting which is a soft mellow frosting that complements the tart cranberry filling.
Cranberries aren’t just for sauce! They make a lovely tart companion for apples, and add a burst of bright color to crepes. Filled with a sweetened yogurt (or splurge with sweet whipped cream!) these crepes would make a lovely dessert. Leave them less sweet, and they’re perfect for brunch.
This refreshing juice is easy to make at home in a blender. It’s earthy with beets, sweet with fruit, and deliciously bright with fresh ginger.
One of the easiest desserts to make for a crowd is apple cobbler. There’s no need to fuss with pie crust and everyone can take as big or as little a serving as they want. The addition of the pumpkin and pumpkin spice in the drop biscuit topping makes this a new Autumnal classic, perfect for those looking to serve something a little bit different for Thanksgiving dessert or just looking to make an easy comfort dish to end a Fall or Winter dinner party.
A classic candy is transformed into an over-the-top, festive treat! Layers of caramel, chocolate, toasted pecans and peanut butter chips are sure to make these caramel apples a new holiday tradition. Great for holiday parties and gifting, these were made for sharing.
Caramel apples are all dressed up for the holidays! Dipped in white chocolate and coated with pistachios and dried cranberries, this elegant dessert will be the talk of any holiday celebration. These pretty and decadent treats double as wonderful gifts, too.
Phyllo is wonderfully forgiving and easy to work with—as long as it remains supple. As you work, keep the stack of dough covered with a damp cloth or paper towel to prevent it from drying out.
If you have never worked with phyllo dough, you are in for a great treat. It looks like it would be complicated, fussy and difficult—and is, in fact, quite easy. Phyllo is forgiving: it if tears, no worries—you can often simply place it down and continue using it. And best of all, phyllo dough always looks impressive and tastes wonderfully flaky and crisp.
When Thanksgiving rolls around, my menu tends to veer toward traditional foods. While our family never had a traditional dessert that was served every year, apple crumb pie has a special place in my heart, since it was the first type of pie I ever made. I started with a recipe from one of my mother’s cookbooks, but the recipe has evolved and changed many times since then. 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.
It’s almost too good to be true…a creamy, custard butterscotch pie…with apples…with bacon!
Pamper your guests when you serve each their own individual apple tart. Drizzle the sauce over the tarts to serve—and then pass the extra.
You don’t have to be on a gluten-free diet to enjoy this simple and satisfying cinnamon-spiced apple crumble. Mix the topping while the filling is baking and you’ll be eating warm apple crumble in no time at all.
This rich soup makes a hearty and satisfying main course; accompany it with a crisp green salad and a loaf of crusty bread.
Make this outrageous breakfast only for friends and family you want to have over regularly: once served this, they’re likely to grace your door frequently. Top with warm maple syrup or honey.
This crisp and refreshing salad offers a satisfying array of flavors and textures.
“A pie without the cheese is like a kiss without the squeeze”—or so the saying goes in the Leatherstocking district of New York state. This region, named for deerskin pants worn by early settlers, was made famous by James Fennimore Cooper’s The Last of The Mohicans (which was one of his Leatherstocking Tales).
A rich seasonal pastry made with crisp fall apples, toasted almonds, and mascarpone cheese.
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