Special Occasion

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Green chiles add a layer of earthiness, bite, and sweet onion flavor to your favorite dishes. Green Chile Enchilada Casserole is a prime example of how this spicy ingredient can take your dinner to the next level. Packed full of savory refried beans and sharp cheddar jack cheese, and smothered in a green enchilada sauce for extra richness and heat, Green Chile Enchilada Casserole jumps with flavors! It will absolutely make you jump for joy!

Posted: November 22
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Crème Brûlée seems like a dessert just out of reach of the home cook, given that it is one of the most elegant and delicious desserts ever created. Easy Crème Brûlée proves that you can make the impossibly light, unbelievably smooth, and creamy custard in your own home without fear. Florally sweet and topped with a caramelized sugar crust that makes the best kind of crunch when broken with a spoon, Easy Crème Brûlée will wow your guests and wow yourself when you taste what you've made. For extra style points, caramelize the sugar on top of the Crème Brûlée in front of your guests: we'll guarantee they'll be impressed.

Posted: December 22
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Everyone loves french toast, but virtually no one enjoys the messy soaking and frying part of making it. Baked French Toast Casserole skips those untidy steps and simplifies this gourmet breakfast. Custardy and creamy, every bite of this casserole features hints of vanilla, cinnamon, and maple for a sweet and delightful dish. Tender and sprinkled with crunchy nuts, Baked French Toast Casserole is perfect for a cozy Sunday breakfast, a celebratory family brunch, or even a special holiday!

Posted: November 19
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The French 75 is one of the most historic and historically popular cocktails ever created. It's been around since World War I and even appeared in Casablanca because it's simply that delicious. The floral and herby flavor of the gin pairs well with the tart lemon juice and the sparkling champagne. The French 75 helps ring in the new year with the taste of class and sophistication.

Posted: December 22
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Brazilian Cheese Bread seems impossible for a few reasons. They're impossibly good, with a stretchy, pillowy texture packed with your favorite cheese flavors. They're impossibly easy to make, with just a few simple ingredients and a few steps. And they're ready in under 30 minutes, which definitely seems impossible for how good they taste. Yet Brazilian Cheese Bread is very real and makes a very real (and very positive) impression on your Thanksgiving table!

Posted: November 10
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Swiss cheese is the pinnacle of alpine-style cheese: mild with just a touch of sweetness and nuttiness. Those flavors bring out the best in salty, savory chicken, so it's no surprise that Swiss Chicken Casserole is just the best! Butter-soaked bread crumbs add richness and crunch to the creamy, chicken-infused sauce and tender egg noodles, so every bite is a table-slapping level of hearty and delicious. Speedy, tasty, and delightfully simple, Swiss Chicken Casserole solves the question of what's for dinner, whether it's a weekday, weekend, or special occasion.

Posted: December 13
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Here's a sentence that no one has ever said: "I don't think it needs bacon." Bacon Green Bean Casserole takes the classic, creamy, refreshing holiday side and adds even more savoriness and delightful fattiness. It's crispy, crunchy, meaty, and hearty—the ultimate combination in vegetable dishes. Bacon Green Bean Casserole takes Thanksgiving dinner to another level... with bacon.

Posted: November 12
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Classic Hot Toddy is a hot cocktail perfect for staying warm during holiday merriment. Deceptively simple yet profoundly delicious, a Classic Hot Toddy combines whiskey with honey and lemon juice to sweeten and brighten the whiskey's natural flavors. With a cinnamon stick for seasonal spice, this brew bursts with cheer and bright spirits!

Posted: December 21
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Turns out, there's no historical indication that the original Thanksgiving meal (at Plymouth colony) centered around the turkey. However, by the turn of the 19th century, turkey became a popular dish to serve on special occasions for a few reasons: 1) There was no shortage of turkeys. Some estimate there were at least 10 million turkeys in America at the time. 2) A single turkey was typically big enough to feed an entire family. 3) Turkeys on a family farm were nearly always available to slaughter, unlike cows and hens (producing milk and eggs throughout their lives). This Classic Roasted Turkey is perfect! It's simple, flavorful, juicy, and is sure to please those around your table.

Posted: November 1
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What’s a celebration without a delectable cake? Impress your guests with this scrumptious and rich Southern Caramel Cake. Dig in and let the celebration begin!

Posted: September 7