Own Your Party with this epic Greek nachos recipe! You'll get spicy Australian lamb served on fresh-baked pita chips with feta cheese, Mediterranean olive pico de gallo and tzatziki sauce. The spicy ground lamb, Greek tzatziki sauce and Mediterranean pico can be prepared ahead of time so you can focus more on entertaining your guests and less time in the kitchen preparing this amazing appetizer. While we were developing this recipe in our test kitchen a crowd gathered to gobble up the left-overs. Yes, this recipe is that good!
Refrigerator Pickled Green Beans are the perfect antidote to a rich ham dinner. These crunchy pickled green beans add a craveable tangy-sweet flavor note to our Appalachian Christmas dinner menu. This recipe makes two pints, which is enough for a crowd or several small gatherings.
Millennials are drinking so much wine that wine is being rebranded as an everyday drink. No longer left to special occasions, it’s got a health halo (especially red) that adds to the license to enjoy.
This impressive Appalachian-inspired smoked ham is slow-roasted wrapped tightly in foil for tender juicy ham, and then finished with a rich savory-sweet basting glaze made with ham drippings reduced to a sticky-sweet glaze simmered with apple cider, Dijon mustard, apple butter and brown sugar. Brush country apple butter glaze generously over ham and bake uncovered the final 30 minutes cook time, or until glaze is bubbly and golden brown. Truly delicious!
Fried Potatoes and Onions with Thyme are just the difference you need when considering potatoes for the holidays. This goes perfectly with a ham dinner, and is a beautiful skillet dish. For leftovers, if there are any, throw in some of your ham and make it a main dish.
The key to making featherlight biscuits is minimal handling of the flaky, crumbly dough. They're unbelievably easy to make, bake in minutes and are a perfect addition to a hearty breakfast, savory dinner or an afternoon snack.
If you are among those who want just a little more fall before winter. . .if you love the holidays but want a little more space between them, well, this breakfast menu is for you! It’s that time of the year again, when peppermint and gingerbread invade everything from our cereal to our beer—and it happens ...
Citrus, Pear and Pomegranate Salad with Vanilla Syrup makes an eclectic addition to your Autumn Breakfast table, waking up your senses and getting you ready for the day!
These tiny little muffins are kid-friendly, stomach friendly, and friendly to your taste buds too! Ashley Pettit shares her secret to portioning one of America's favorite comfort foods while making the juicy muffins of turkey a bit healthier too. Try it for dinner soon!
Wow the “kids table” with these roast turkey and cheese sliders with-a-twist! We added the craveable flavor of gooey-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside mac & cheese bites to our mini sliders for added fun. These bite-size morsels of deliciousness are made ahead with our simple mac & cheese recipe and can even be breaded and refrigerated the day before for easy prep.
Finger Friendly Sweet Potato Fries with Marshmallows are the perfect side dish for the Thanksgiving Kids' Table. Ooey gooey but easy to eat, they beat the traditional sweet potato casserole hands down!
Think about waiting for Thanksgiving dinner to be served. If you're a kid, you need something to hold you over, right? This Cranberry Peanut Butter Dip is the perfect solution to keeping kids occupied and in one place while you handle the final kitchen details. Adults will be dipping in, too!