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There's no evidence that the real-life General Tso ever tried the dish named after him. However, if he had, we're sure he would have loved it! He certainly would have appreciated the slow-cooked, savory, and tangy flavors of General Tso Stew, and so will you. Filled with shreds of tender chicken, fresh, bright garden vegetables, and delightful pickled peppers, General Tso Stew is exactly what you'll need when the weather turns cold.

Posted: December 20
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The first recipes of Dutch Apple Pie appeared in 1514 and have been largely unchanged in over 500 years. Probably because when you have something this delicious, there's no need for improvement. Dutch Apple Pie is filled with jammy, sweet, and tart apples and is blanketed by a crumbly, streusel-like crust and topping; every bite is a delightful balance of gooey and crunchy. This is a light and fruity treat that's sure to satisfy your craving for autumnal sweetness.

Posted: December 2
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Butterscotch Cookies have one goal in mind: to show off the sweet, caramelized sugar and rich, brown butter flavors of butterscotch. One bite of these cookies and you'll agree—they wildly succeed in that goal! Making Butterscotch Cookies is a literal snap, which is good because these buttery treats tend to disappear in a hurry. This dessert has a warmth and golden hue perfect for the holiday season!

Posted: December 8
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Thanksgiving recipes are passed down for generations, and for good reason: they're too tasty to forget! Mom's Cornbread Dressing combines two of the best Thanksgiving sides—sweet, hearty cornbread and earthy, moist dressing—and transforms it into a singular showcase side! Saturated with savory chicken flavors and Thanksgiving sage, it's a tender accompaniment that brings out the meaty flavors of your main course. Shhh—don't tell mom that we're sharing her recipe!

Posted: November 1
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Everyone, including the cooks, love these Easy Baked Fingerling Potatoes! It's a speedy side with a fluffy interior, crispy exterior, and savory seasoning. Add in a sharp bite of parmesan and you have a dish that might just overshadow everything else on the plate! All you need is 30 minutes to make these perfectly peppy potatoes!

Posted: November 2
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All the colors of the flavor rainbow in one bowl! Rainbow Minestrone Soup is a vibrant and vivacious broth filled with bright garden vegetables and savory beans for extra heartiness. Herbaceous, garlicky, and with plenty of tasty textures in every bite, Rainbow Minestrone Soup will have you scraping the bottom of the bowl. With a slow cooker, this vegetarian soup practically cooks itself so you can kick back without a care in the world. It's a pot of tasty gold that you won't soon forget.

Posted: November 30
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Smashed potatoes have become all the rage over the past few years, and Mary shared her recipe with us so you can get in on this delicious craze! Mary's Smashed Potatoes are crispy, crunchy, hearty, and beautifully seasoned, serving as a cross between a french fry and a baked potato. These are the perfect side for steaks, chicken, or pork chops, or enjoyed as a snack all on their own. Mary's Smashed Potatoes might take a little time to make, but it's more than worth it; these are the potatoes you'll thank yourself for making!

Posted: February 25
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Smoked salmon is one of the most versatile dishes ever created, as equally welcome on the dinner table as it is in the brunch spread. This Easy Smoked Salmon is the perfect way to dazzle the crowd at your next holiday party: the beautiful orangey-pink flesh will get people buzzing, as will the tender, smoky, and savory-sweet flavor. Easy Smoked Salmon might be a bit of a time commitment, but with a touch of citrus from the garnishes, it is so worth it—especially because it truly is easy to make.

Posted: December 6
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Pumpkin Lovers Cobbler sounds like some madly delicious mad science: take the favorite parts of two beloved Thanksgiving desserts— the crunchy, sweet, and nutty topping of apple crisp and the creamy, smooth, and bright autumnal filling of pumpkin pie—and combine them. One bite of Pumpkin Lovers Cobbler will have you declaring yourself a pumpkin lover, if you don't already! It's sure to spice up your dessert course!

Posted: November 15
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Yes, you read that right. Tomato Soup Cake is a 1950's classic, stemming from the days of World War II rationing when inventiveness was the order of the day. The taste of Tomato Soup Cake invokes the same tender, moist, spiced flavor of a carrot cake with just a tad more brightness. It's a nostalgic treat with a gorgeous, sunrise-orange color to get your spirits rising. Top it with a layer of buttercream frosting for that perfect balance of flavors.

Posted: November 29