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Turn everyone's favorite holiday drink into a rich (and amazingly simple) dessert. With just six ingredients, this pie comes together in minutes. Use a store-bought crust or make with your own personal favorite single crust recipe.

It’s a nostalgic one-dish supper with a few healthful updates and a lot of easy options for what you’re craving or for what your pantry holds. Kids will love it all the more when they choose which pasta, veggies, cheese and herbs go in the mix.

An unexpectedly delicious pairing of mustard-glazed mahi mahi with fall’s juicy pears and savory collard greens. The fish, greens and fruit all roast in the oven at the same time for easy cooking and clean up.

This hearty, iced oatmeal cake, studded with rolled oats and fragrant with cinnamon, will feed a big crowd. It’s at its best a day or two after baking, so don’t be afraid to make this one ahead, and ice it just before serving.

Apples and cheese make a classic combination, here updated with Manchego cheese and the addition of Marcona almonds. A lemon-honey dressing pairs perfectly with the flavors of the nuts, fruit, cheese and greens. Delicious with a strong flavored honey, such as...

Jump right into this super simple method for making everybody's favorite comfort food, using just milk, flour, cheese and macaroni.

This festive drink is easy to prepare for a crowd. Consider making one batch with nonalcoholic sparkling cider and the other with hard cider to satisfy everyone.

Doubly tart and perfectly sweet, this creamy lemon curd pie is topped with crunchy, sugar-coated fresh cranberries. It’s a showpiece for your holiday table, so prepare for applause. Though this pie is a snap to assemble, be sure to plan ahead so the sugared...

This fragrant, beautifully browned turkey produces very flavorful pan juices. Use them as a base for a simple gravy, or just spoon off excess fat and serve them as they are.

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Beef and root vegetables impart a rich, hearty flavor to this warm and comforting dish. Pair each bowl with sliced wholegrain bread, a small wedge of English farmhouse cheese and a crisp green salad for a truly satisfying meal. And remember, leftovers are perfect...

Chef Lou Lambert of Lamberts Downtown Barbecue in Austin, Texas, has adapted the recipe for his famous smoked, coffee-rubbed brisket for the home kitchen by roasting the brisket rather than smoking it.

Cut this potato-based kugel into squares and serve as a side dish at brunch, lunch or dinner.

Prep this elegant breakfast dish the night before for an extra easy morning. This recipe easily adapts to other vegetables or cheeses; try broccoli rabe and sharp cheddar or artichoke hearts with fontina.

Smoked salmon is classic brunch fare. Chives and dill have a natural affinity for salmon, and in this recipe herbs are worked into a rich buttermilk biscuit dough with a simple cream cheese spread.

A simple garnish of cherry tomatoes and green onions lets the flavor of antioxidant-rich wild salmon stand on its own. Serve with a green salad.

Raspberries and almonds make a classic pairing. Enjoy the delicate peak-of-season berries baked with an almond-coconut crumble topping in this recipe.

This recipe easily serves more than four. Perfect for leftovers the next day, it's sure to become a family favorite.

A robust mix of mushrooms serves as the filling for this rich quiche. Serve with a salad of seasonal greens.

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