Content tagged with “American” (Page 110)
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....
Roasted Root Vegetables
Roasted carrots, red potatoes and shallots are a terrific accompaniment to any roast meat or poultry dish. For a...
Nutty barley and earthy, sweet root vegetables supplement leftover turkey to create a homey soup with an old-fashioned...
Essential Turkey Broth
Once you have stripped off any leftover turkey meat for sandwiches and casseroles, turn the carcass into a broth for...
Your favorite combination of dried fruit makes these fruitcake slices special.
Not as sweet as most cranberry relishes, this ruby-colored condiment is a perfect foil for the dark meat.
Crab Salad in Pita Pockets
A fresh, lively dressing of ginger, jalapeño and lime juice replaces mayonnaise in this luxurious crab salad sandwich.
At first glance, the amount of garlic in this recipe may seem a little alarming, but the technique of simmering the...
This custard-based version of eggnog cooks the eggs, making any concerns of food-borne illness a thing of the past!
New Potatoes & Peas
This simple side is a triple treat of spring delights: new potatoes, spring onions and fresh green peas. The flavors...
Hearty Grain Bread
This bread recipe combines bulgur, oatmeal, wheat bran, sunflower seeds and whole-wheat flour for a hearty, crunchy...
Macaroni & Cheese
The sauce for this simple mac-and-cheese uses low-fat cottage cheese as its base. Just a cup of sharp Cheddar adds lots...
Bite into an Apricot Jewel and discover a rum-soaked cherry in the middle.
Kumquats in Vanilla Syrup
The flesh, rind and seeds of kumquats are edible. Although the preserves are delicious on their own as a simple dessert...
Candied Grapefruit Peels
A fine cup of coffee and two or three of these bittersweet confections make a fitting conclusion to a holiday meal. The...
Brandied Prunes with Orange
Moist, plump prunes work best here. Serve with roast pork or game, or use as a stuffing for pork tenderloin.
This classic orange marmalade is a pretty gift for the holidays.