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Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Simply Recipes: 5 New Recipes - Goat Cheese Bacon Pops and more...

These goat cheese pops are like your own personal cheese ball. Each bite is the perfect balance of soft cheese, crumbled bacon, and crushed nuts. I've made these goat cheese lollipops for many different occasions over the years, from holiday ...

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Goat Cheese Bacon Pops

These goat cheese pops are like your own personal cheese ball. Each bite is the perfect balance of soft cheese, crumbled bacon, and crushed nuts.

I've made these goat cheese lollipops for many different occasions over the years, from holiday gatherings to cocktail parties. Each time, people ask for the recipe.

It's one of those appetizers that people always remember and request again and again. For me, that's a sign of success.

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Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Making stuffed pork tenderloin is easier than you may think and it's a terrific party dish, especially around the holidays.

Here's my trick: Instead of tying the stuffed tenderloin together with twine, just wrap it in bacon instead. It's less demanding, and the bacon makes this an especially rich and flavorful meal. Plus everything is better with bacon, right?

This bacon-wrapped tenderloin seems fancy-ish, but is actually quite quick and easy. Roast a tray of potatoes in the oven at the same time, and dinner is all set.

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Gingerbread Waffles

When I think of the holidays, gingerbread is always the first thing that comes to mind. I can just close my eyes and smell the sweet aromas of spices and ginger swirling in my kitchen right now. Mmm…

I often start off the holidays with a loaf of gingerbread cake, but this year I thought I'd add a fun twist by making gingerbread waffles instead!

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How to Freeze Whipped Cream

I know, I know. Who in the world has a problem with leftover whipped cream?

But let's imagine a hypothetical situation wherein you have misjudged your guests' enthusiasm for whipped cream-topped pie following a big holiday meal, and now you find yourself faced with a fairly large amount leftover.

Do you throw it away? Do you save it, knowing that it will likely lose its billowy magic over the next few days?

Let me offer a third option: Freeze your leftover whipped cream for later.

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2017 Pie Calendar from Simply Recipes and Wild Ink Press

Looking for a truly special gift for a food lover, baker, or pie eater in your life? Take a peek at this limited edition, letterpress printed 2017 Pie Calendar! Every month is a different pie, with a recipe from Simply Recipes, each illustrated by artist Rebekah Tennis, and letterpress printed at Rebekah's Wild Ink Press studio in Chico, California.

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Friday, 25 November 2016

Simply Recipes: 3 New Recipes - Turkey Waldorf and more...

When it comes to planning a holiday feast, our family tends to have bigger eyes than stomachs, how about you? I don't know how we manage to do this every year, but between my parents and I, we make twice as much food as we need! The benefit of ...

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Turkey Waldorf

When it comes to planning a holiday feast, our family tends to have bigger eyes than stomachs, how about you? I don't know how we manage to do this every year, but between my parents and I, we make twice as much food as we need!

The benefit of going overboard of course is days of light cooking duties because of all of the leftovers.

Here's a quick and easy way to use up some of those turkey leftovers—a Turkey Waldorf Salad, with apples and celery like the classic Waldorf, but with roasted pecans instead of walnuts, and dried sweetened cranberries instead of grapes.

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2017 Pie Calendar from Simply Recipes and Wild Ink Press

Looking for a truly special gift for a food lover, baker, or pie eater in your life? Take a peek at this limited edition, letterpress printed 2017 Pie Calendar! Every month is a different pie, with a recipe from Simply Recipes, each illustrated by artist Rebekah Tennis, and letterpress printed at Rebekah's Wild Ink Press studio in Chico, California.

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Mom’s Turkey Soup

Every Thanksgiving my mother takes what's left of the turkey carcass and makes a delicious turkey soup that we enjoy for days.

The first step is to make the stock, which you can get started on right after dinner.

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Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Simply Recipes: 5 New Recipes - Sweet Potato and Yukon Gold Bake and more...

Looking for a special holiday side? Here's a festive dish that alternates the flavors and colors of vibrant sweet potatoes with buttery yukon gold potatoes, all sitting on a bed of caramelized onions. I actually started out to make a gratin, more ...

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Sweet Potato and Yukon Gold Bake

Looking for a special holiday side? Here's a festive dish that alternates the flavors and colors of vibrant sweet potatoes with buttery yukon gold potatoes, all sitting on a bed of caramelized onions.

I actually started out to make a gratin, more in the spirit of our gruyere potatoes, perhaps with a breadcrumb topping. But as I experimented with the recipe, the wonderful flavors of the sweet potatoes and potatoes seemed to get lost in the rich toppings.

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Mom’s Roast Turkey

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making the various side dishes. But when it comes to roasting the turkey, there's no discussion. Of course that task falls to my mother.

Why? True, she has cooked our Thanksgiving turkey for over 50 years, so she knows what she's doing.

But the real reason is that her roast turkey is always perfectly done, the breast never dried out, but tender and full of flavor.

How does she do it? She cooks the turkey breast-side down. While the turkey roasts, the juices fall down towards the breast, resulting in the most succulent meat. The breast is also more protected from the heat, which helps keep it getting too dried out.

She also uses a meat thermometer to take out any guess work of when the turkey is done.

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Golden Cheddar Cheese Crisps

These lacy little crisps are just what you need for an easy and stress-free holiday party.

Serve them as an appetizer with a glass of wine or at the table alongside a bowl of soup. Or just snack on them all by themselves.

Be warned, however: It's impossible to eat just one.

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Cranberry Sauce

Do you like cranberry sauce? My father can't get enough of it during the holiday season. He'll even stock up on fresh cranberries when they become available in late October, and freeze them to eat all year long.

I think he looks forward to Thanksgiving just because he knows he can have as much cranberry sauce as he wants with his slices of turkey, and plenty leftover for turkey sandwiches.

When he finally runs out of frozen cranberries sometime in May, he'll start buying the cans. He'll hide the cans in a remote corner of the pantry and eat up the canned cranberries all by himself. Yes, he's a little obsessed.

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Chocolate Pecan Tart

Add chocolate to a classic pecan pie and the familiar, gooey filling we all love changes dramatically.

Think of this new dessert as a cross between a dense, nutty brownie and soft chocolate fudge. It's a chocolate tart worthy of any gathering or celebration.

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