Complement your holiday feast with tart-sweet cranberry sauces, relishes, and chutneys. Choose from recipes accented with dried cherries, oranges, figs, ginger, grapes, pineapple, pears, Cognac, or spices.
Thanksgiving just wouldn't be the same without cranberry sauce. This collection of our easiest recipes has a sauce, relish, chutney, or compote to please every palate, from the most basic and traditional to ones featuring bolder flavors such as ginger, pomegranate, and dried cherries.
Is it a dressing or a dip? Who cares? Green goddess dressing, the beloved California creation, doubles as a dip for a summertime crudite platter. The creamy concoction is studded with chopped fresh herbs and scallions, and it pairs particularly well with the season's bounty -- here, baby carrots and yellow squash, tender peas and beans, and little tomatoes -- but let the greenmarket (or your own garden) be your guide.This recipe originally appeared in Martha Stewart's Appetizers (Clarkson Potter).
This recipe is adapted from "Great Italian Desserts," by Nick Malgieri.
Nick Malgieri directs the baking programs at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. He is the author of nine books about baking, most recently, "The Modern Baker" (DK Publishing, 2008).
Italian dishes have become an integral part of American cuisine. Many favorite family dinners are centered around Italian, and Italian-inspired, recipes. Pasta in its many shapes is always a hit with kids and has the added convenience of cooking quickly and having an almost infinite shelf life. So dig in here and choose from dozens of our best recipes for quick Italian meals, all of which can be made in 60 minutes or less.