Stuck with leftover eggnog? Make eggnog rice pudding to use up all of your ingredients.
These easy pan-fried fritters are like two-bite grilled cheese sandwiches, with a crisp buttery crust and gooey mac and cheese in the center.
Do you love to play with fire? This fancy coffee drink involves lighting rum on fire, and caramelizing sugar in your glass.
This lemon pistachio biscotti is as delicious as it is beautiful. It’s dipped in white chocolate to add an extra layer of sweetness.
These bourbon balls are holiday treats with a kick! Cocoa, powdered sugar and pecans help balance out the booze, making these a favorite at holiday parties.
Jazz up your Hanukkah celebration this year with a new twist on traditional latkes.
These pecan chocolate chip cookies are warm, gooey and nutty. Perfect for Santa and perfect to share with your friends.
The most tedious part of this simple dessert is placing a whole almond on the center of each diamond on the cake.
Don't let the pomegranate intimidate you. With a few tips, you can master this compelling tasty fruit.
With nothing overpowering, this cranberry sauce recipe marries all of the ingredients together wonderfully.
With buns made from rice and a filling made of stir-fry pork and kimchi, kimchi rice sandwiches are a cool combo to eat.
If you're tired of tofurky and other fake meat dishes at Thanksgiving, try this lovely whole-roasted cauliflower for a festive change of pace.
Whole orange slices, and raw cranberries give this relish a surprising, bright, pop--sure to rouse you from your turkey dinner stupor.
This cheesy garlic kale is sautéed on the stovetop, leaving precious oven space open for other holiday dishes. It takes only ten minutes to throw together!
Enjoy the contrast of something bright and healthy paired with something cheesy and indulgent in this persimmon arugula salad.
This homemade turkey tortellini is a treasured family recipe. It tastes delicious tossed in a simple sauce or floating in homemade chicken broth.
Make your own curry paste for a deep, complex flavor. Llewellyn makes it simple in the food processor. In a pinch, you can buy prepared curry paste.
These pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are super soft and full of the best fall flavors.
The sweet stuff can be made from "real" ingredients — and you can do it at home. The process can be intimidating, but also kind of magical.
For breakfast, enjoy a taste of fall with these acorn pancakes