Start your feast with a savory tart, made with Northern Californian St. George cheese. As it turns out, home is where the tart is.
Add this buttery, cheesy tart to the table.
Dried cranberries meet fresh herbs meets your mouth. Really now, don’t hold back.
Serve up this harvest-season dish.
Riff on traditional mac ’n’ cheese with spice, bite, and panko crunch.
Go ahead and be a pasta pro.
Day-old bread comes to life again when it’s baked with smoked ham and Gruyere cheese. It’s a neat alternative to cornbread dressing.
Be a breadwinner.
The first-ever Top Chef winner, Harold Dieterle, taught us to make purple yams topped with bubbly marshmallows. And we are forever grateful.
Let the sweet potatoes step aside.
Find a new flame — one that’s spicy and sweet, like this cornbread with hot sauce butter and mango chutney from Dallas chef Matt McCallister.
Fire up a skillet.
Go-to risotto works for holidays and average Tuesdays. It is filling, versatile, and everyone loves it.
Give rice a twist.
When DailyCandy’s Everywhere editor Tiffany Davis was growing up in Atlanta, her mom couldn’t get her to even look at a vegetable — until she made broccoli and rice casserole.
Have a look at the recipe here.
It’s time to pass green-bean-casserole duty to your niece and whip up something an 8-year-old can’t handle.
Try this recipe for a little more turkey.
We won’t lie: Artichokes are intimidating. Forget about how to cook them — how do you even eat them? Try this down-home Italian recipe and we predict you’ll be serving them at your next party.
Watch the video and get stuffing.
Don’t get us wrong: We love melted butter and gravy mixed with a spoonful of mashed potatoes and toasted marshmallows garnished with a bit of yams as much as the next American. But a healthy dose of greens does no wrong.
Make this light side dish.
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