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Apple cider's sweetness is a perfect foil for turnip's earthy character. Serve these alongside roasted chicken, pork or lamb.
Tie a spice sachet around a jug of cider or a bottle of red wine to make a festive gift. Include our gift tag for serving suggestions.
To make this tender, flavorful brisket a day or two ahead, cool unsliced brisket and vegetables in the pot to room temperature and then refrigerate. When ready to serve, spoon off and discard any fat that has solidified on top, reheat over medium heat and slice and serve.
Look to this beloved fall and winter drink to warm you up. Fragrant with allspice, nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves, you'll want to drink it as soon as the weather turns cool.
Crunchy cabbage, carrots, green onions and chives form the foundation of this coleslaw variation. Flavored with buttermilk, apple cider vinegar and honey, the vinaigrette can be easily adjusted to please your preference for sweet or savory.
The combination of tender pork cubes, melt-in-your-mouth leeks and sweet apples make this stew a comfort classic. Pair it with egg noodles or späetzle for a simple but elegant meal.
This is excellent way to savor Le Gruyère either as a starter or as the finish to a meal. Start with the cheese slightly chilled to help you cut neat, very thin shavings.
A simple dressing of tahini, apple cider vinegar and apple juice makes a tasty partner for steamed broccoli.
A twist on common quinoa dishes, here the good-for-you grain is cooked in cider with smoked sausage, dried cranberries and hearty greens.
For a variation on classic picnic potato salad, try this recipe featuring a mustard and apple cider vinegar dressing instead of the standard mayonnaise base.
Whole-wheat couscous is super easy and quick to prepare. Tossed with cider vinaigrette, juicy nectarines (organic in season!), watercress and pistachios, this dish is full of flavor and texture.
For a decadent touch around the holidays, spread a layer of Maple Cream Cheese Frosting over the top of this aromatic cake before slicing, then serve with hot, spiced cider.
Ease into the cooler months with this soup featuring butternut squash and the warm, inviting spices of chai-cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, ginger and cardamom. Apple cider in both the soup and garnish adds a touch of sweetness.
This crunchy, sweet and tangy salad mixes familiar fruits and veggies with a whole grain mustard dressing and apple cider vinegar. Serve this simple side dish with rich winter dishes like stews, paprikash or polenta.
Using whole grain macaroni, a small amount of expeller-pressed mayonnaise and raw apple cider vinegar, this lighter version of the classic macaroni salad boasts a bit of crunch from the celery and shallots.
A very simple and delicious fondue starring the complex flavor of Le Gruyère. For an alcohol-free version, substituting apple cider for the wine also produces a brilliant fondue. For other dippers, try slices of cooked mild sausage such as bratwurst, seafood such as cooked shrimp or scallops, and steamed cauliflower and carrots.
Originating from the Alsace region of France, this dish combines both fresh and dried apples, as well as apple juice or cider, to lend a hint of sweetness to the tender braised pork. Use your favorite variety of apple or try Fuji or Honeycrisp. Serve with boiled new potatoes or rice.
Slowly simmered organic white beans combine with maple syrup, apple cider vinegar, ketchup and a touch of cayenne for a sweet, tangy take on traditional baked beans. Cooked on the stove top or in a crock pot, these tasty beans are well-suited for feeding a crowd.