This is a luxurious combination of two of the best tastes from two favourite holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The smoothness of the pumpkin custard acts as the perfect foil to the richness of the mincemeat.
A delicious milk shake. You can make it any time of year, but of course the flavours call out autumn.
This recipe takes over 2 hours — but only 20 minutes of that time has anything to do with you! This is a great fall or winter dish.
A classic way to serve sprouts.
This is a Spanish recipe, called Buñuelos de espinacas. It is often made as part of an assortment of tapas.
Good to have on hand for guests. Keep it wrapped in tin foil or plastic wrap.
Looks fabulous and the tastes are great!
Swiss chard doesn’t make everyone’s standard vegetable list these days; but this recipe will make it a winner in your household.
And you thought boiled, sliced carrots were another word for boring? Not these ones: very good, very sweet, even the older ones that have been stored a few months.