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Soft, elegant bread flavored with Herbes de Provence. Mix it in one bowl and just a couple hours later it's ready to slice.
Hot Toddy: The colorful history, plus four recipes to keep you warm this winter.
This sourdough bread offers a thick and crispy golden crust with a perfectly tangy wide-holed crumb hiding inside.
A quick Brooklyn-Queens handshake results in this tasty fusion party food: Masala Knishes.
A hearty stew studded with garlic bread cubes to warm and welcome any visitor on a cold night.
Our holiday recipes, including this easy-to-make, sure-to-impress Tomato, Basil, and Garlic Filled Pane Bianco.
Christmas short mead retains its honey sweetness, with distinct cinnamon and orange notes from the mulling spices.
The rough wheat character of this Irish soda bread is quite satisfying–especially topped with a schmear of fresh dill butter.
Put your stand mixer to work as a churn, and you can have fresh butter in minutes.
Our Christmas 2011 needs a new cookie on the tray, and this peanut butter ball wrapped in chocolate is definitely it!
Start a batch of sauerkraut now and get ready to celebrate the new year in DIY style.
A not-too-heavy, not-too-sweet pecan and whipped cream cake to enjoy as we celebrate the bounty of the season.
A soup to celebrate the season: roasted parsnips, pears, hazelnut oil, and maple syrup.
Fresh Cilantro Chutney: Your sandwiches will never be the same!
This spiced pumpkin celebration bread combines fall flavors in a not too sweet but beautiful loaf for your holiday table.
The Aviation: gin, lemon juice, crème de violette, and Luxardo maraschino liqueur. A perfect way to enjoy the violet hour.
Movie night! Stovetop popcorn seasoned with Old Bay and salt.
Simple yet divine: hot oatmeal dressed up with blueberries, pecans, and raisins.
A rich and comforting cake that's still fancy enough for an autumn birthday celebration.
A simple autumn pasta dish that shows off seasonal produce. A quick and classy dinner that makes a great take-to-work lunch the next day.
One hot problem, solved: a jar of pickled peppers (and daikon, too.)
A beautifully woven apple and honey challah: not as complicated as it looks, but just as tasty as you'd imagine.
Learn (or teach others) to love cauliflower with this simple, curried, mix and bake recipe.
Yogurt cheese: a perfect savory toast topping or sour cream substitute.
Celeriac and Lentils with Hazelnut and Mint: One of those dishes that just keeps getting better as it marinates in the fridge.
The mix of eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, garlic, basil and fresh lima beans make this soup a perfect match to the season.
Sweet and spicy tomato jam: the only thing easier and more satisfying than its assembly is its consumption.