Fold, snip, and let it snow! Transform your home into a snow-laden winter wonderland with a flurry of hand-cut paper snowflakes strung into a garland, encircled into a wreath, placed atop wrapped presents, and so much more.
This rustic yet elegant pie is composed of a few simple ingredients. Break through the crisp upper crust and you reveal the mellow nuances of rosemary-infused lamb that, in turn, give way to a clandestine bottom layer of potatoes, which serves no purpose other than to soak up the rich, intensely flavorful juices.
One of nature's best decorating ideas is the snowflake: It adds sparkle to upturned eyelashes, embellishment to bare tree branches. With crocheted versions of this seasonal icon, you can bring its frosty filigree indoors.
Potatoes, the enduring starchy chameleons, are reliably delicious. Whether slathered with sour cream or chopped and thrown into a hash (or both!), they're always excellent. And when it comes to casseroles, the tuber reigns supreme. Any way we want them -- baked, browned, mashed, shredded, or sliced into translucent circles -- the potato casserole can deliver.