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Enjoy a traditional Southern staple this holiday - they're easy to make too.
A quick biscuit recipe to save you time in the kitchen.
Cucumber and Winter Purslane Yogurt Salad
As local as local can get, this recipe uses the native herb purslane which can be cooked up like the spinach which it somewhat resembles in taste.
Mashed Russet Potatoes with Root Vegetables
Use just one of your favorite root vegetables or a combination of them for mashing with the potatoes.
Spread on warm muffins, biscuits and even pancakes as an added treat.
Rice Pudding with Pomegranate Syrup
Rice puddings taste great warm but it's one easy dessert you can make ahead so you'll have more time to spend with family on the holiday.
Mashed Potatoes with Celeriac
Celeriac adds good celery flavor to your favorite mashed potato stand-by. Leave the skins on the potatoes to add color and texture to the dish.
Spike your favorite creamy artisanal cheese with these flavorful walnuts or serve by the handful at your next special occasion.
Roasted Duck with Dried Apricots and Prunes
Create new holiday meal routines with dishes that you usually reserve ordering at a restaurant. Duck is a rich and flavorful alternative to the usual turkey or roast.
Roasted Ham with Molasses, Bourbon and Pecans
Molasses and bourbon glazed fresh ham is the ideal main course.
Montana: Braised Lamb Shanks with Wild Mushroom Pan Sauce
Slow-roasted lamb shanks are full of rich flavor. The addition of earthy mushrooms to the sauce puts this recipe over the top in tastes of the season.
Serve warm with crisp and homey latkes (potato pancakes).
An American favorite, classic cherry pie is made with sour cherries, which are smaller, softer, and more pungent than their sweet relations. Although too tart to be eaten out of hand, the fruit is delicious when sweetened and poached or cooked for j
Double Whole Wheat Piecrust
Check out our favorite basic recipe for making a double whole wheat piecrust.
Buttermilk provides a wonderful tang to this tasty piecrust.
Use as a filling for crusty Italian bread spread with garlic and herbed cheese.
When eaten at their peak, radishes can be enjoyed sauteed with a simple seasoning of butter and fresh herbs.
Enjoy these crunchy cookies with a cup of espresso, for dessert, or as a snack.
Cranberry Orange Compote with Port Wine
A quick and delicious cranberry side dish recipe for holidays and special occasions.
Easy Pan Gravy
An easy gravy recipe to go with turkey or chicken.
Maple and Spice-Brined Turkey
An easy brine that will bring your turkey lots of good flavor and a juicy texture.
Smashed Yukon Gold Potatoes with Parsnips and Turnips
Liven up your mashed potatoes with flavorful root vegetables like parsnips and turnips.
Baked Fresh Ham with Roasted Apple and Almond Salad
Roasting onions and crisp apples alongside fresh ham will enable them to caramelize and pack a powerful flavor wallop.
Citron Ginger Cookies with Mascarpone Mousse
Fluffy mascarpone mousse sandwiched between flavorful citrus cookies make for a decadent dessert or snack.
Here's an easy and quick to make pasta dish that's full of ripe red tomatoes and fresh mozzarella cheese.
Roasted Oysters with Shallots and Herbs
Chef Waldy Malouf of Beacon Restaurant shares a Thanksgiving recipe for roasted oysters with shallots and herbs.
Garlicky Spinach with Red Peppers and Golden Raisins (Garlicky Spinach with Red Peppers and Golden Raisins)
This quick vegetable side dish adds flavor, texture, color and nutrients to almost any main dish. Vary the greens with the season, substituting chard or collard greens.
Thanksgiving and holidays are the perfect time to pull out your traditional recipes. Check out recipes that use seasonal and local ingredients at The Daily Green.
Turkey Cutlets with Spicy Eggplant Relish
An elegant turkey entree recipe for your Thanksgiving celebration when a whole turkey just isn't practical.
Make this flavorful basic recipe in just over an hour.
Lemon Pudding Cake
Pudding cakes are heavenly, delicate, and simply too good to pass by, especially when served warm.
Malted Golden Grain Rolls
Lightly sweetened with malt, these light-textured, golden rolls are great for sandwiches, or served alongside soup or stew.
Celebration Sweet Bread
This basic yet flavorful dough lends itself well to celebrations; top with nuts, warmed jams or a simple sprinkle of confectioner's sugar.
Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies
This recipe is great for those with milk and egg allergies.
Country Curried Chicken
This dish features curried chicken in a tomato-based sauce with a blend of spices and flavors typical of East Indian cooking.
Mom's Mac 'n' Cheese
Hopefully this recipe is just the way Mom makes it.
This authentic version of a favorite dish no doubt gained its fame in the restaurants and groceries in Italian communities, known as Little Italies, that popped up in cities following World War II.
This popular southern specialty is more like a tender, custardy souffle than a bread.
The little bit of extra effort required to make these fanciful cookies is worthwhile when you see the impression they make on children of all ages.
These sophisticated cookies are dotted with bits of dried tart cherries. Serve them with strong hot coffee - or bowls of coffee ice cream.
Chocolate Dipped Meringue Fingers
Meringues, made from beaten egg whites, sugar, and very little else, are baked slowly in a very low oven. Don't try to speed up the process by turning up the heat.
Baby Greens with Fennel
The best part about this recipe, besides its obvious fresh taste, is that there's dressing left over for another day.
Black and White Bread Pudding
For chocolate lovers everywhere -- as delicious alone as with the sinfully rich custard sauce. We love the warm pudding with the cold sauce!
Ginger Apple Hazelnut Upside-Down Cake
Here's a contemporary take on the traditional pineapple upside-down cake.
Low in calories and quick and easy to make, these treats are deceivingly chocolaty and hard to resist.
Grapefruit and Spinach Salad
Toasted poppy seeds give this dish an extra lift.
Broiled Black Cod with Miso Glaze
Serve over egg noodles tossed with sauteed vegetables for a full and satisfying meal.
This tempting little dish is easy to create and makes a great appetizer or starter to your meal.
This recipe yields about 20 pancakes. You can keep finished pancakes warm in a 200°F oven while cooking the rest.
Turkey Scallopini with Apricot Sauce
This sweet-and-sour sauce with chunks of dried apricot and flecks of mint is a nice way to season lean turkey or chicken cutlets.