This is one of the best ways to eat cranberries! It's sweet, crunchy, and a bit tart. Even the kids like this one. We've had to start making a double batch! When short on time we have combined the fruit and marshmallows the night before serving, and added the gelatin, whipped cream, and walnuts in the morning.
Fresh cranberries cooked with pineapple and blueberries, making for a most delicious combination of flavors and textures. A great twist on an old favorite!
Long list of family and friends that beg for this pie.
This is my great grandmother's recipe for apple pie. I lost it once so I needed a safe place to put it. Serve with a dollop of whip cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Baked red apples with a strong, sweet flavor and a buttery cinnamon filling with a hint of coconut. Goes well with vanilla ice cream or alone.
Incredible taste combination of tangy dressing over sweet pears, smokey bacon, crisp nuts, and good-for-you spinach.
Toasted Almond and Wine Soaked Apples served on top of lettuce greens with a Honey-Cream Cheese, poppy seed dressing.
This is a super simple peach cobbler recipe I learned in the fire house. It has 4 ingredients (including the pan) and is so easy, even a firefighter can do it!!!
Make that steamy, sweet apple pie you remember from Grandma's house in your toaster oven.
A great dessert for two (or for a small family) that beginning cooks can make.
Say no to dry turkey. This bird stays moist with lemon and orange inside, and a butter/seasoning mix near the bird's skin.
Imagine: Every bite of turkey with a dollop of gravy. Dreams can come true...this turkey brings apples and leeks into the roasting pan with him to add flavor to the meat and your gravy.
A great stuffing that gets made in your slow cooker while you watch Thanksgiving Day football.
Cooked chorizo and green bell peppers make for a nice twist on traditional stuffing.
A simple but flavorful stuffing you can whip up in a flash.
A fantastic tasting turkey cooked the old-fashioned way, over the open fire of your grill. Try it, you may never go back to oven-roasted turkey.
A perfect flavor pairing of lemon and thyme makes this one delicious turkey. Cook in a roasting bag or a roasting pan.
Nothing says fall like apples, and nothing says Thanksgiving like turkey. Put them together and you've got a bird that really fits the season.
Guaranteed cranberry in every bite when you bake the taste right into your turkey.
Take a year off from canned cranberries and go fresh with this sweet, flavorful sauce.