Why buy the store bought stuff when it’s so much better to make your own? Your Thanksgiving turkey will thank you!
I absolutely love this side dish. It’s great for both everyday cooking and special occasions. You will need four 1 cup ramekins for this recipe. You can also prepare it in a 9 inch baking dish and bake for 20 minutes. If you have a nut allergy then by all means leave the nuts out of the recipe.
Tiny New York Kitchen Wishes You And Your Family A Very Happy Thanksgiving!
Some people are just not into pies or some people just like to change it up a bit. Whatever the reason you may want to give this Pumpkin Tiramisu recipe a try. It’s not as difficult as it looks.
Use this simple recipe to spice up your Thanksgiving.
Butternut Squash Purée is a delicious side dish for your holiday table. It’s so good, however, you’ll want to keep making it throughout the winter months. Warm up your holiday spread with this Tiny New York Kitchen favorite.
The first time I had brioche was when I lived in France in the mid-80s. Subsequently, brioche has become one of my all time favorite breads. Quite honestly, I don’t know what could be better than brioche, sausage, and sage combined into a stuffing. I typically am not really into dried fruit in my stuffing, but if you are then add 1/2 cup dried cherries or cranberries.
I’m always looking for simple holiday side dishes that will please nearly every guest. If you are not a fan of cauliflower then feel free to substitute Brussels sprouts for the cauliflower. Either vegetable works well.
Try this unique, but flavorful cranberry relish alongside your succulent turkey and accompaniments. Cooking with port is like cooking with wine, make sure to use a bottle of good quality port.
Here’s an alternative to the classic green bean casserole. This recipe requires only stovetop cooking and can be partially made the day before. P.S. this dish is gluten free.