Easy Tarte Tatin

This take on a classic French apple pastry dessert, Tarte Tatin, is easy enough to make any night of the week! Did I mention that it’s stunning? Serve warm as-is, with vanilla ice cream or homemade Vanilla Whipped Cream. I’m all about desserts that look and taste like you’ve spent hours making them, when it really took no time! This apple tarte tatin is an apple season MUST. It’s just…
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How to Carve a Turkey (with Easy Video Steps!)

Carve a turkey like a pro with these 10 easy steps, including a video to walk you through every move! Your stunning Thanksgiving turkey platter will “wow” your dinner guests! No matter how big the bird is, you’ll be able to carve your turkey in just a few minutes. Roll up your sleeves, get your knife and cutting board out, and let’s do this thing! Once you’ve mastered the skill…
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Easy Microwave Peanut Butter Fudge (Intense PB Flavor!)

You’re 4 ingredients away from creamy, extra peanut buttery fudge! Microwave peanut butter fudge comes out smooth and creamy with less than 10 minutes of prep. If you’re a peanut butter lover like me, this easy fudge will be your go-to dessert. Plus it keeps well in the fridge for weeks – and freezes for months! Fudge yeah! Peanut butter crazed? Try my Peanut Butter Oreo Pie or my 5-ingredient…
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Roasted Garlic Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Whether it’s Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any occasion in between, mashed sweet potatoes make every meal better! This mashed sweet potato recipe with roasted garlic and a hint of nutmeg pairs well with almost any main dish. These mashed sweet potatoes are far from ordinary! Instead of boiling sweet potatoes, I like to roast them, which caramelizes and intensifies their flavor. While your sweet potatoes are in the oven, roast your…
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Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting

Pumpkin bars are a fall staple recipe, with rich pumpkin spice flavor and the best ever cream cheese frosting. These bars are incredibly moist yet sturdy enough to hold (no fork needed). Although pumpkin bars look arduous, they are easy and straightforward to make for company, with your significant other, or with the kiddos! While these bars don’t need any decorations to make them delicious, the kids will definitely love…
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Muhammara Recipe (Roasted Red Pepper and Walnut Dip)

Muhammara is a Middle Eastern dip made from roasted red peppers and walnuts that’s smoky, sweet, spicy and tangy. Its vibrant reddish orange color makes it a gorgeous dip to serve with pita or Homemade Naan, on top of Juicy Chicken Breast, or as part of a mezze platter. I love serving muhammara this time of year because it’s so festive! The red-orange color is perfect for the holidays. Better…
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Roasted Butternut Squash Pasta with Bacon and Sage

This is my favorite fall pasta recipe, with roasted butternut squash, smoky bacon, and sage. With garlic, shallots and parmesan cheese for extra flavor, this dish isn’t your typical fall pasta dish! There’s a lot of recipes out there for butternut squash pasta but none are quite like this one! I love roasting butternut squash until it caramelizes, and then tossing it with sage that’s been “fried” in butter, smoky…
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How to Cook Acorn Squash (With Maple Sage Butter)

Cooking acorn squash isn’t difficult! Roast it in the oven until it’s caramelized and soft. Then fill your acorn squash halves with maple sage butter and toasted walnuts. Once you know how to cook acorn squash, I bet it will be your new favorite fall appetizer or side dish! Cooking (AKA roasting) acorn squash in the oven is the best method. Your squash will come out soft and caramelized. While…
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Whipped Ricotta With Brown Butter Fried Sage and Honey

Whipped ricotta is quite possibly the easiest appetizer! Place whipped ricotta in a mixer and whip it until light and fluffy. Sage that’s been fried in brown butter, a drizzle of honey and coarse sea salt adds a fall touch that’s irresistibly delicious and equally gorgeous to serve as part of a holiday appetizer spread. A staple appetizer at one of my favorite restaurants in my hometown is Ricotta with…
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Best New England Corn Chowder Recipe

Soup season is here! My favorite soup to start the season is corn chowder. It’s comforting and hearty, yet packed with veggies and sweet corn that keep the taste of summer alive a little longer. Better yet, this chowder is easy to make! CHOWDAH, as they say here in New England, is a creamy soup, sometimes loaded with seafood and sometimes loaded with veggies. This corn chowder is packed with…you…
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