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Monthly Archive for November, 2019

: November, 2019

Roast Turkey With Sage, Orange & White Wine

Roast Turkey With Sage, Orange & White Wine This easy-to-make roast turkey is a flavorful addition to your Thanksgiving dinner. INGREDIENTS One 12 to 14 Pound Turkey (Giblets Removed) 1/2 Cup

Thanksgiving Stuffing

Thanksgiving Stuffing This Tiny New York Kitchen recipe has been perfected over the course of many years, and it makes enough for plenty of leftovers.  It fills a 17-pound turkey and about three

Roasted Potatoes With Brussels Sprouts & Bacon

Roasted Potatoes With Brussels Sprouts & Bacon Roasted in bacon fat and glazed with maple syrup, this side dish will become a new favorite for everyone.  INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 Pounds Baby Yukon

No Bake Green Bean Casserole

No Bake Green Bean Casserole This no bake green bean casserole frees up precious oven space.  INGREDIENTS 2 Pounds Frozen French-Cut Green Beans 8 Tablespoons Unsalted Butter (Divided) 1/4 Cup

Citrus Cranberry Sauce

Citrus Cranberry Sauce Ditch the can opener and make your own delicious cranberry sauce.  If you have any leftover you can freeze it for up to two months. INGREDIENTS 2 Medium Oranges (Zest &

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread The scent of warm spices and brown sugar in this sweet, but not too sweet, quick bread is the perfect way to kick off baking season.  INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 Cups Gluten-Free

Blackberry Cornbread Buckle

Blackberry Buttermilk Cornbread Buckle You can use either white or yellow cornmeal for this recipe.  The cake rises in spots, the cobbler sinks, which makes it look buckled and that’s how this

Autumn Apple & Cranberry Salad

Autumn Apple & Cranberry Salad Crisp apples and dried cranberries come together in a fresh Autumn salad. Feel free to double or triple for a larger group.  INGREDIENTS 1 Pound Roasted Chicken

Caramelized Pears

Caramelized Pears This easy but elegant dessert features fresh vanilla bean.  Don’t throw away the pod when you’re done with it.  Dry it and pack it in some sugar for vanilla sugar.