Content tagged with “Christmas” (Page 33)
Topped with Parmesan and breadcrumbs, this simple fennel gratin is a tasty accompaniment to most any roast meat. Make...
Turkey & Two-Potato Hash
This hearty hash—full of turkey, sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts and hash browns—is perfect for a holiday brunch when...
Fresh, candied and ground ginger each lend their own flavor dimensions to this dark and spicy, warm and moist...
An interpretation of a classic German holiday wafer cookie, these richly spiced cookies are terrific right from the...
Tyropites (Cheese Triangles)
Combining nonfat yogurt cheese (or low-fat cottage cheese) with crumbled reduces the fat, yet still yields a full-...
Puree of Celeriac with Pears
With its distinctive earthy flavor, celeriac (celery root) makes an interesting alternative to mashed potatoes or...
Orange zest, cinnamon and almonds lend these figgy treats a sophisticated flavor.
Apricot Rum Balls
Quick and easy to make, these apricot-based bonbons are perfect for gifts or last-minute bake-sale contributions.
The warm, winning flavor of cinnamon can be savored for a long time with this homemade apple lollipop.
Hailing from Germany, this fruit-filled bread is traditionally served at Christmastime.
This custard-based version of eggnog cooks the eggs, making any concerns of food-borne illness a thing of the past!
Not as sweet as most cranberry relishes, this ruby-colored condiment is a perfect foil for the dark meat.
Your favorite combination of dried fruit makes these fruitcake slices special.
Black Pepper Biscotti
These savory black-pepper-and-fig-flecked biscotti are perfect for cocktail parties—just spread with softened goat...
Angel food cake is layered with candied fruit and ricotta cheese in this traditional Sicilian Christmas cake.
Essential Turkey Broth
Once you have stripped off any leftover turkey meat for sandwiches and casseroles, turn the carcass into a broth for...
Tapenade with Crostini
Along the French Riviera, this black-olive spread invariably contains an anchovy or two, but you may do without.
Roasted Root Vegetables
Roasted carrots, red potatoes and shallots are a terrific accompaniment to any roast meat or poultry dish. For a...
Sage-Scented Cornmeal Biscuits
The sage-infused biscuit dough can be mixed and formed about an hour before baking; set it aside in the refrigerator....
Dried Fruit Cake
A very thin slice of this dark fig and nut cake, redolent of orange zest, cinnamon and nutmeg, is all you need at the...