Pillowy, moist, and tender, with autumnal flavors that linger well after the last crumb has been cleaned off the plate, this cake doesn't need to be tricked out. A dusting of confectioners' sugar and a fork is all you need.
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This is a great autumn pie with a mellow sweet squash flavor, and creamy, dense texture. While other squash pie recipes often tend to lean heavily on the spices, this recipe is more subtle, taking the less-is-more approach with a nice hit of ginger and just a hint of cinnamon and freshly grated nutmeg. It gets its buttery, creamy flavor from the addition of butter and sweetened condensed milk.
How does this sound: a soup that takes five minutes to cook but tastes like the effort of several hours? That's the gist of this recipe from Rozanne Gold's latest book, Radically Simple.
We don't want non-meat-eaters to feel left out of the Thanksgiving hubbub here at Serious Eats. We've chatted a little about non-Tofurkey Thanksgiving dishes for vegetarians, and there's a vegetarian category on our recipes section, but here are a few more great-looking ideas from Serious Eats (and around the web) for meatless mains to be served Thanksgiving day.
Is your Thanksgiving plan all mapped out? You've got mashed potatoes and bacon-studded brussels sprouts. You've thought about stuffing and dessert. But there's always room for one more delicious side dish, and these squash recipes may just tempt you to add a delicata, acorn, or butternut to your shopping list.
Sure, we found some store-bought cranberry sauce that was pretty decent in our recent taste test, but homemade is so much better, and best of all, it's blindingly simple to do.
This festive recipe makes a fitting holiday side dish. You can prepare it through step three a day in advance. Reheat the components separately and combine them shortly before serving.
My original recipe made a classic skillet cornbread, gluten-free, of course. After taking a look at it, I decided to swap out a couple of ingredients: brown butter replaced flavorless vegetable oil, and brown rice flour replaced white rice flour. I thought the brown butter's nutty-caramel flavor called for just a touch of sweetness, so I added a little maple syrup.
Though Thanksgiving is unimpeachably the best holiday, there are moments in early November when the mere anticipation of post-Thanksgiving fullness can make you full, if not ever-so-slightly comatose. At times like these, even the most devout givers of thanks need a simple, comforting dinner like this appealingly basic Potato Leek Soup.
My goal for this bread was for it to have three different uses. First, it could be the base for a stuffing. Second, because it tastes like Thanksgiving, it would make a great sandwich bread for the day-after turkey sandwiches. And last, the bread would make great croutons for salads.
[Photograph: Caroline Russock] This Thanksgiving I wanted a squash recipe that was completely new, different, and exciting. In past years I've pureed butternuts for soup, roasted all manners of acorns and kabochas, and meticulously filled squash ravioli. And while...
[Photograph: Joy Manning] A lot of people think it's hard to make fresh pasta, but it isn't such a big deal, especially if you aren't attempting to roll out super-thin sheets for ravioli. Most machines come with a spaghetti attachment...
Note: You may know Carolyn Cope as Umami Girl. She stops by on Tuesdays with ideas on preparing fruits and vegetables. [Photograph: Carolyn Cope] Although Asian pears (also called Chinese pears, apple pears or sand pears) are now fairly widely...
Editor's note: On Mondays, Kristen Swensson of Cheap, Healthy, Good swings by these parts to share healthy and delicious recipes with us. Take it away, Kristen! [Photograph: Kristen Swensson] Sometimes, creating healthy recipes takes quite a bit of planning. There...
This meal offers complex flavors ranging from the sweet and creamy pumpkin filling to the nutty and earthy sauce.
The classic puts on a Halloween costume, swapping the top chocolate layer for a layer of sweet and festive melted candy corn. The result is an unrelentingly sweet and unabashedly rich treat, certain to satisfy even the sweetest of teeth. Will they make you fat? Probably, but you can always blame Canada.
Editor's note: On Mondays, Kristen Swensson of Cheap, Healthy, Good swings by these parts to share healthy and delicious recipes with us. Take it away, Kristen! [Photograph: Kristen Swensson] You know the bible story about the loaves and fishes? I...
Serious Eater Michael Natkin of the vegetarian blog Herbivoracious drops by every Wednesday to share a delicious recipe to expand our vegetarian repertoire. [Photograph: Michael Natkin] More Seriously Meatless Tortilla Casserole » Polenta Triangles » All Seriously Meatless recipes »...