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Let Them Eat: Winter's Bounty Breakfast Cake

Sweets Stephanie Stiavetti Post a comment

This winter breakfast cake is tender of crumb and incredibly comforting, with the added bonus of using up those extra veggies from your CSA box. More

Cocktail Overhaul: Cosmopolitan

Drinks Jeff Lucas 3 comments

The Cosmo is arguably one of the most influential cocktails of the past twenty-five years. Its popularity skyrocketed in the 90's and was on the menu off every bar from NY to Timbuktu. It already saw one upgrade later in its life and now its time for a new one. More

Upgraded Cosmopolitan

Serious Eats Jeff Lucas Post a comment

Whatever your feelings are regarding the Cosmopolitan, it is arguably one of the most influential cocktails to come along in the past 25 years. Now, it's time for an upgrade, a re-imagined Cosmo for today's tastes. More

From A Polish Country House Kitchen's Red Cabbage with Cranberries

Kate Williams Post a comment

Braised cabbage is like the nerdy younger brother to hip fried Brussels sprouts or effortlessly cool kale caesar salad. Grassy and cruciferous like its siblings, cabbage is simply bigger, bulkier, and (often) less flavorful. But if cabbage is prepared as it is in Anne Applebaum and Danielle Crittenden's From A Polish Country House Kitchen, it has a chance at popularity. First chop a head of the red stuff into rough pieces, then send it on a trip in a red wine sauce. Once tender, finish the cabbage with silky burre mane (butter and flour mixture), and dot it with tart dried cranberries for a vibrant, silky side dish that can go toe to toe with the cool kids. More

From A Polish Country House Kitchen's Red Cabbage with Cranberries

Serious Eats Kate Williams 2 comments

Braised cabbage is like the nerdy younger brother to the now hip fried brussels sprouts or effortlessly cool kale caesar salad. Grassy and cruciferous like its siblings, cabbage is simply bigger, bulkier, and (often) less flavorful. But if cabbage is prepared as it is in Anne Applebaum and Danielle Crittenden's From A Polish Country House Kitchen, it has a chance at popularity. More

Preserved: Cranberry Potpourri Jam

Sweets Stephanie Stiavetti Post a comment

This cranberry potpourri jam is inspired by the little fruit-orange sachets I used to make as a kid. The warm, spicy scent is so inviting, you might just keep a jar in your sock drawer. More

Cranberry Potpourri Jam

Serious Eats Stephanie Stiavetti Post a comment

This cranberry potpourri jam is inspired by the little fruit-orange sachets I used to make as a kid. The warm, spicy scent is so inviting, you might just keep a jar in your sock drawer. More

Cranberry Linzer Cookies

Serious Eats Carrie Vasios Mullins 1 comment

Buttery almond cookies are sandwiched around sweet-tart cranberry jam. More

Gluten-Free 4 Ingredient Cranberry Trifle

Serious Eats Elizabeth Barbone Post a comment

Cranberry cream layered with crumbled gluten free chocolate cookies and cream. More

Bar Bites: Buttered Rum and Cranberry Popcorn

Marvin Gapultos 2 comments

This cranberry-studded popcorn is a light enough snack to munch on without being too filling; but its combination of sweet and salty, tangy and boozy is enough to satisfy just until the Thanksgiving feast really starts. More

Buttered Rum and Cranberry Popcorn

Serious Eats Marvin Gapultos Post a comment

This cranberry-studded popcorn is a light enough snack to munch on without being too filling; but its combination of sweet and salty, tangy and boozy is enough to satisfy just until the Thanksgiving feast really starts. More

Thanksgiving Leftovers Salad with Sweet Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger Post a comment

If Thanksgiving can be recreated completely in pie form, can't the holiday's many familiar flavors be translated into a satisfying salad? More

New England Sausage, Apple, and Dried Cranberry Stuffing from 'The Epicurious Cookbook'

Kate Williams 1 comment

Stuffing (or dressing, depending on your method and who you talk to) is my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner. In my opinion, shoveling forkfuls of fat-soaked bread doused in gravy and cranberry sauce into my mouth is what Thanksgiving is all about. Here's a vibrant variation with sausage, apple, and dried cranberries. More

New England Sausage, Apple, and Dried Cranberry Stuffing from 'The Epicurious Cookbook'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Stuffing (or dressing, depending on your method and who you talk to) is my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner. In my opinion, shoveling forkfuls of fat-soaked bread doused in gravy and cranberry sauce into my mouth is what Thanksgiving is all about. In The Epicurious Cookbook, editor Tanya Steel offers a few variations on dressing/stuffing, but the most vibrant is New England Sausage, Apple, and Dried Cranberry Stuffing. More

DIY vs. Buy: How to Make Cranberry Liqueur

Drinks Marcia Simmons 5 comments

Forget about the big jugs of watery cranberry juice on the grocery store shelves—the best way to put these gorgeous red fruits into your drinks is with a homemade cranberry liqueur. Fresh cranberries are ubiquitous this time of year, and turning them into liqueur is a snap. So not only will you have a versatile ingredient for festive Thanksgiving cocktails, but a bottle of this beautiful crimson liqueur also makes a great gift come December. More

DIY Cranberry Liqueur

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 11 comments

When life gives you cranberries—which it always does this time of year—make cranberry liqueur. This bright red, tart liqueur can keep you in festive cocktails from Thanksgiving to Christmas and beyond. More

Sam Sifton's Basic Cranberry Sauce

Serious Eats Kate Williams 7 comments

Yes, cranberry sauce is a given. You probably make a homemade version to accompany its canned brethren in order to appease the most strident of canned-sauce believers. But often homemade cranberry sauce recipes include a cascade of spices, fruit, and nuts to distract from the fact that the sauce is simply a frozen bag of bouncy fruits cooked up with far too much sugar. In Thanksgiving: How to Cook it Well, Sam Sifton offers a straight-forward, yet well-balanced Basic Cranberry Sauce to counter all of those overwrought bowls of relish. More

Sauced: Cranberry-Apple Relish

Sauced Joshua Bousel 1 comment

There's more than one way to enjoy cranberries this Thanksgiving than in gelatinous sauce form, and this cranberry-apple relish is a great alternative with some added bonuses. More

Cranberry-Apple Relish

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 1 comment

There's more than one way to enjoy cranberries this Thanksgiving than in gelatinous sauce form, and this cranberry-apple relish is a great alternative with some added bonuses. More

Have You Tried Cranberry Beer?

Drinks Jen Muehlbauer 5 comments

It can be a little risky, from a brewing perspective, to add any foreign bodies to a beer. Cranberries present special issues, Sand Creek Brewery's Todd Kreuger told me, because cranberries are very low pH and can stall a beer's fermentation. Lots of healthy yeast is necessary for cranberry beer to not be an underattenuated, sticky-sweet disaster. But each of these cranberry beers would make a fun addition to your Thanksgiving meal. More

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