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Prepare yourself for the crispiest, crunchiest, most delectable granola you’ve ever had. Kosher for Passover and gluten-free, too!
No one will be able to resist these savory lollipops. Thin sliced, luminous smoked salmon around zesty cream cheese – the perfect pick-up appetizer for New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day.
Roll Naan Dough and top with festive colored toppings for the ultimate Holiday Appetizer. Below, a recipe for 6 oval Naan Pizza Doughs. The topping directions are for 2 oval pizzas, each 4″ wide x 8″ long. Use all if you desire, and adjust for the toppings. This is actually a simple recipe. I am being […]
Vanilla Ice Cream does not have to take a supporting role next to your holiday desserts, this one is delicious on it’s own! Simple ingredients blend into a creamy, decadent dessert, infused with Ginger and Pumpkin Spices
These “fanned” sweet potatoes simply bake in the oven with a syrupy, maple glaze. Tuck garlic in the crevices and sprinkle with fresh rosemary. I love adding a touch of grated, aged gouda cheese on top – your Thanksgiving company will scream”YUM!” These delicious potatoes just look fancy – but are actually easy to pull together. Hasselback […]
Brussel sprouts will cook quicker when cut in fourths, with each edge caramelizing a bit. The spiced candied pecans add a touch of crunch and sweetness.
A flavorful, healthy Thanksgiving soup with Kabocha Squash. For a larger batch – and to feed a crowd, simply double the recipe. For Vegan: Saute vegetables in Earth Balance or Coconut Oil and use Vegetable Broth.
Use leftover ingredients from your holiday feast.. everything but the Turkey! Make my cranberry vinaigrette and serve drizzled over fresh lettuces with the frittata.
A classic pie which is not too sweet due to the natural flavors of the apple cider reduction in the filling. Try a shortbread crust, easy to prepare with a tender, melt-in-your-mouth texture.
My ultimate latke recipe with more veggies for added color and crunch. The beets are optional, but I think your family will love the addition. Crispy on the outside, yet tender inside. Bake these treats in muffin tins for a lightened – up version of the fried potato pancake! (see below).