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.
Make the most of autumn apples and make apple pie filling ahead of time. It’s a holiday time-saver and allows you to make delicious desserts such as apple pies, turnovers, crisp, or dumplings.
If you’d like to get a head start on your weekend grilling then this recipe is for you! This no-fuss recipe makes delicious fall-off-the-bone ribs every time. I usually make my own barbeque sauce, but you may use any one of your favorites.
Excellent gravy begins with homemade turkey stock. If you want to make it from scratch, do it now or anytime since turkey wings are available year-round. This turkey stock can be refrigerated 3 days ahead or kept in the freezer for up to 3 months.
Italian Style Shepard’s Pie is a twist on the classic and perfect for a fall meal. You can make this dish ahead of time and reheat on busy days. Serve with a side salad of Arugula tossed with lemon juice and olive oil.
Charred Jalapeño and basil oil upgrade this simple summer salad.
Lemonade Pie is the perfect summer dessert. It’s so easy to make and is loaded with a sweet & tart citrus flavor. Frozen lemonade is one of the secrets to this pie’s fast and creamy filling.
Chunks of hearty bread are wonderful with this cool and creamy party dip. Vegetables also make delicious dippers. Try an assortment such as cherry tomatoes, whole mushrooms, carrot and celery sticks, broccoli and cauliflower florets, and zucchini slices. This dip also goes well with grilled shrimp. Dip may be stored in a covered container refrigerated for up to 2 weeks, which makes a perfect “make ahead” dish.
The Super Bowl is almost here. If you’re looking for easy dishes to serve then think about making my Saucy Pork Ribs. They’re also great for weeknight or weekend dinners as well. You could make these in a slow cooker if you wanted to.