From the creamy classic and the favorite button-mushroom-meets-barley to luxurious soups with porcini, royal trumpets, oyster, and chanterelle, here are a dozen ways to make room for mushrooms in your soup.
This savory-sweet Moroccan pie is traditionally made with chicken or pigeon, but we chose turkey instead. Here it's cooked with fragrant ginger, saffron and turmeric before being wrapped in phyllo dough alongside sweetened almonds and eggs whisked with cilantro and parsley.
A crisp, white blanket of glistening snow may be aesthetically arresting, but the winter storm that brings it can be detrimental to your home and garden. However, with proper preparation, you can preserve most of your plants. Read on for our expert horticulturalist's helpful hints and keep your residence in superior shape throughout the winter season.
The great thing about stuffing is that it's almost impossible to mess up: A little more of this or less of that won't affect your results too much. The one
thing you want to have just the right amount of is liquid, to keep the stuffing moist but not soggy.
Winter garden preparation is crucial for the proliferation of plants as temperatures drop and vegetation becomes dormant. In order to foster a flourishing yard, gardeners must approach the seasonal segue as an opportunity to ready their plot for the coming colder months. Senior garden editor Todd Carr shares his tried-and-true tips for transitioning your garden into winter.
For many, the real star of a Thanksgiving dinner is the assemblage of side dishes, not the turkey. To help you put together a showstopping selection for your table, we've rounded up our favorites, including mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, and much more.
A lot of nutrition for a few calories, that's the zucchini. This favorite summer squash is packed with vitamins C and A and is 95 percent water. Try our healthy recipes starring zucchini in everything from tacos to muffins to slaw.
Autumn's beautiful bounty of culinary crops may commonly yield their harvest in September and October, but there is no need to set aside your gardening gear just yet. Senior garden editor Todd Carr reveals the quickest crops to cultivate for a full fall harvest.