Everyone should be able to enjoy hot drinks on cold days. Here is a dairy free version of a classic winter drink. Make sure to use the creamier variety of canned coconut milk for this recipe, rather than the thinner coconut water that comes in a carton.
Brussels sprouts have a pronounced and sweet nutty flavor, quite unlike cabbage although the two are closely related. They are traditionally served at Thanksgiving and Christmas. These Brussels sprouts are certain to become a staple of your holiday table.
Pumpkin pie has long been a New England favorite. There is even a recipe for “pompkin” pie in Amelia Simmons’ 1796 American Cookery. The addition of Molasses and rum give this New England Pumpkin Pie a bit more depth.
What a super easy way to cook this Thanksgiving staple. Make these sweet potatoes while your turkey is cooking and focus on the other side dishes that make up your Thanksgiving feast.
Now that Halloween is over it’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving. Conserve is similar to jam or preserves, but typically contains dried fruit and nuts. This Cranberry Conserve is made with cranberries, oranges, raisins and walnuts. You may use it as a delicious spread or use it in place...
This Brandy Pudding Cake is excellent when eaten warm.
If you’re in a festive mood then you may want to give this delicious Pomegranate Margarita a try.
This roast is so easy to put together and makes an impressive centerpiece for the holiday table. You can prepare a light gravy by adding beef broth to the pan juices, but it’s not necessary if you’re pressed for time. The beef is moist and delicious on its own.