November/December 2011 Table of Contents
Special: Your Holiday Cookbook
56 | Giving Thanks
Chef Michel Nischan is showing Americans a new, healthier way to celebrate the harvest by making farm-fresh fruits and vegetables accessible, affordable and, thanks to these easy Thanksgiving recipes, utterly delectable.
By Lisa Gosselin | Recipes adapted from Michel Nischan
64 | Basic to Brilliant
Whether you keep it basic or add these extra brilliant touches, holiday roasts make the perfect centerpieces for meals to remember.
By Virginia Willis
72 | Potato Harvest
For sustenance and celebration we turn humble, earthy potatoes into warming soups, crispy latkes, creamy casseroles and more.
By Carolyn Malcoun
80 | Pure Pleasures
Using all-natural ingredients, you can make holiday classics like pecan pie, trifle and yule log cake lighter, but just as dreamy as ever.
By Jessie Price | Recipes by Katie Webster
27 | Healthy in a Hurry
28 | Weeknights: Easy One-Pot Meals
37 | Pick of the Season: Pears to Share
42 | See It, Make It: 9 Instant Apps
49 | Nutrition Report: Why Can't Carol Sleep?
A bedtime story about all the things keeping you up and what to eat for a good night’s sleep.
By Matt Thompson & Katherine Basbaum
91 | From Our Test Kitchen
92 | Techniques: Healthier Vegetable Gratins
93 | Ask the Test Kitchen Manager: How to bake with whole-wheat flour
94 | Tips & Notes: How to: Make candied walnuts, toasted coconut, and more
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