Holiday Baking Recipes

Chilly weather, festive gatherings and hungry guests are just a few excuses to bake up some holiday cheer. Try a few on our favorite baked sweets and treats.

Bone Up on Holiday Hams

Ham is a great choice for the holidays because it's so easy to prepare and provides delicious leftovers for days. Learn how our hams are from pigs raised to meet our high standards.

Kosher Offerings That Shine

Whether you’re looking for traditional holiday staples or the best organic and gourmet offerings, Whole Foods Market is a one-stop shop for kosher items this holiday season.

Winterize Your Salads

Take advantage of the bounty of gorgeous greens and fabulous fresh fruits and veggies that nature naturally provides this time of year. Keep salads on your plate all year long.
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Add Flavor with Fresh Herbs

Fresh herbs are a fantastic way to add subtle flavor to a dish or they can be used as boldly flavored garnishes and in sauces. Since herbs are quite perishable it’s best to use them soon after purchase.

'Tis the Season for Citrus

We like to celebrate this time of year with our citrus growers who bring the bright taste of sunshine to the holidays! Many people think that citrus season is in the summer when other juicy fruits are in season, but peak citrus season is actually in the cooler months.

Our Favorite Ways to Enjoy Leftover Turkey

  Leftovers are one of the best parts of Thanksgiving as far as we’re concerned, and we have lots of ideas for getting creative with cooked turkey.

Crank up the Cranberries

Fresh, frozen, dried or juiced, cranberries add a tart splash of color to everything from muffins and quick breads to salads and stuffings. Try these cranberry recipes.

Let's Cook: Slow Cooking

It doesn’t get any easier! One of the best cooking methods for beans and stews, Chef Chad shows you how easy it is pull together a slow cooked meal.

Navigating Holidays with Food Allergies

Navigating the holidays with severe food allergies can be challenging. Get tips and strategies for enjoying the season without the stress.

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