Today, pumpkin spice is commonplace. Every fall, we expect our lattes and alcoholic beverages to shift into this seasonal flavor. But this year, pumpkin spice has expanded into an entirely new phenomenon. It wasn’t enough for consumers to have flavored beverages and desserts; we now have pumpkin spice in all areas of the market.
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Go ahead and play a guessing game with a friend--see if they can tell how much these cookies taste like a caramel apple in cookie form! They are excellent slightly warm with a cup of cider, but who ever turned down a caramel apple anytime? These cookies will become favorites because of their easy ingredients and delicious flavor.
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.
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.