Classically delicious with a fresh hint of summer, Lauren from our Events team walks us through making this juicy standby.
Talk about versatile—these deeply satisfying little custards work as well with a glass of champagne at a cocktail party as they do with a cup of coffee at brunch. Makes 4 dozen
Serve squares of this creamy tart with icy glasses of white wine or beer. Paired with a crisp green salad, it also makes a fine dinner for four. Serves 8 to 10 as an appetizer.
Make this soup as part of a holiday menu or re-purpose use leftover sweet potatoes for a lighter meal the next day. Makes 2 quarts
Braising is a great method for cooking Brussels sprouts; it helps retain their earthy sweetness, a nice play against the savory bacon. Frozen, already peeled pearl onions are a great time-saver during the holidays, but if you can only find fresh, simply drop the onions in a pot of boiling water...
This is a club you want to be a part of. Lindsay from our Communications team shows us how to spice up a classic standby.
Two of our favorite sandwiches rolled into one. If you have some herbs growing on your windowsill, snip them and add to the egg salad. Makes 4 sandwiches
Autumn’s best flavors dress up this simple to make and easier to eat bread stuffing. If you forget to leave your bread out overnight to dry, baking it in a 250F oven for an hour or so will do the trick. Serves 8 to 10