I know that many people struggle with rolling pie crust dough when they are baking pies. Because of that, they often resort to pre-made crusts from the grocery store. Let me share with you how I roll out a pie crust.
Thanksgiving will be here in no time and something that people often struggle with, is how to make the turkey. Here is how I make perfect turkey – every time.
Le Coquelet a la Moutarde or Mustard Hens with Cream Gravy – a simple and elegant dish for company. This is a French inspired dish and I love to make it for special occasions.
Tender lamb chops stewed with zesty spices and sweet apricots.
I don’t know about you, but one of the best parts of the Thanksgiving feast, is all of the wonderful casseroles on the side. Here are my must-have casseroles that are served up every year!
Tender muffins filled with your Thanksgiving cranberry sauce leftovers, make a delicious start to your morning.
Thanksgiving is coming before we know it and many people are already working on their menus and grocery lists – I know I am! I wanted to take just a moment and share some pie inspiration for you.
The holidays are just around the corner and every Thanksgiving this is a prerequisite dish in our house – classic Green Bean Casserole, with a boost of flavor.
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, you may be wondering what in the world to do with all of the leftovers. Well, here are a few ideas: For the leftover Ham: Ham & Cheese Calzones Scalloped Potatoes & Ham Cheddar Ham Chowder For the Turkey, these recipes were originally made with chicken but can have turkey…
A classic pumpkin pie topped with crunchy, delicious streusel! Monday through Friday this week, I have been sharing a variety of pie recipes for my first ever “Pie Week,” and I thought this was the perfect finale to finish it off!