Mango Butter

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The trick here is to make the backbone of the gravy ahead of time, while you're waiting for the turkey to cook or even the day before, and then add the flavorful drippings later. No more whisking the lumps out of the gravy while everyone else is sitting at the...

This easy Asian-influenced soup is packed with flavor. We suggest using cod, but any firm-fleshed, thick fillet like halibut or pollock will work as well.

This super-easy, no-cook salad is packed with colorful, juicy heirloom tomatoes, whole-grain bulgur and crisp, raw green beans. Consider it the perfect side dish for summer potlucks.

These succulent two-bite crab cakes are excellent as an appetizer with the pepper sauce passed on the side or, for cocktail parties, give each one a small dollop of the sauce just before serving.

Serve this dish (inspired by the Middle Eastern classic, Mujadara) either as a vegetarian main course or a hearty side.

These rich and fluffy rolls make a great accompaniment to any dinner and are the perfect easy bread for beginning bakers. Make large pull apart rolls or individual cloverleaf rolls with the same dough.

Goat cheese and pears may seem like a fancy combination, but they're just right paired with Genoa salami in these casual rollups.

Celery root is a knobby vegetable that requires some trimming but reveals a unique and delicious flavor that blends perfectly with potatoes to create an alternative to traditional mashed potatoes.

Earthy burdock, a firm root long popular in Asia, adds flavor to this dish's hearty stuffing. Leave it unpeeled to enjoy its full flavor.

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To decorate these frightening monster cookies, we've opted for flavorful dried fruit and nuts. Try using dried blueberries or currants for the eyes and pumpkin seeds or pine nuts for the teeth and eyebrows. Make sure to allow time for chilling the dough.

These truffles pair pumpkin with gingersnap and graham cracker crumbs. For the best results, chill truffles until you're ready to serve them.

Melt the white chocolate in a double boiler over medium-low heat or in the microwave for about 1 minute. Just make sure to stir it often to keep the chocolate from burning. For the best results, chill ghosts until you're ready to serve them.

Pot roast delivers great flavor for an affordable price at about $2.40 per serving. Alter this recipe's cooking time to suit your needs, using the high-heat setting on your slow cooker to speed things up, if you like.

This hearty stew offers rich flavor at an approachable price. Warm pieces of naan bread make the perfect accompaniment. 

These irresistible appetizers combine everything you love about French onion soup in a portable two-bite serving.

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All of your favorite Tex-Mex flavors are here: cumin, fresh salsa and refried beans. Make this versatile recipe for one, or for a crowd. It's big on flavor, yet easy on the budget at about $2.50 per serving.

It doesn't matter if you're 2 or 102, the sweet-tooth appeal of homemade fruit popsicles is universal.

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