Try this recipe for Autumnal Chicken Pot Pie from Sara Foster's Southern Kitchen. This is not your typical pea-and-carrot-laden pot pie! Inspired by fall flavors, this sophisticated version is loaded with butternut squash, oyster and chanterelle mushrooms, and fresh sage - all tucked under a layer of golden, flaky puff pastry.
Recipe courtesy of Sara Foster's Southern Kitchen.
Beth Wray has been exploring the Food Channel's culinary library in search of the perfect recipes to share. In this episode of our new Food Channel® series, Beth prepares a sophisticated pot pie complete with mushrooms, shallots, and roasted chicken. Recipe courtesy of Sara Foster's Southern Kitchen.
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Somewhere between Thanksgiving and holiday shopping it’s time for leftovers! At our house that means casual brunch prepared by our “short-order breakfast cook” who makes late breakfast for sleepy weekenders as they slowly wake up, one by one.
Granola is a versatile food loaded with ingredients that may bring health benefits along with the flavor. The grains and oats are great heart-healthy foods that are believed to help lower cholesterol, and the fiber found in granola acts to promote a healthy digestive system. Karen Pavone from Cooking Guru shares one of her favorite recipes that adds even more benefits by combining granola with raw honey and coconut oil.
Make your own version of the gingerbread men as seen on Hallmark Channel's movie, ‘Tis the Season for Love.
Gingerbread Beignets. If the taste of gingerbread is your style for the holidays, we've made a recipe inspired by the beignets that Cafe Orleans in Disneyland cooks up just for the month of December. They'll be back to plain ol' beignets in January but you'll have this recipe to enjoy year-round!
Nothing says the holidays quite like gingerbread men cookies. As the cookies bake, they fill the house with the fragrant aroma of cinnamon, ginger and rich sweet molasses. We kept our cookie decorations simple but feel free to get creative with decorative icing, sprinkles and small candy toppings.
When it’s hot cider-sipping time, you naturally think of doughnuts! When you are cooking gluten-free, it’s often difficult to find doughnuts at your local food stores. Now, you don’t have to! Here's a fast and budget-friendly way to feed your doughnut craving and make sure your efforts are never wasted.