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Hot Buttered Apple Cider

Curling up with a good book and a cup of hot cider on a chilly afternoon is the kind of activity that makes cold weather (almost) welcome...

by Rick Rodgers


Butternut Squash Bisque with Chipotle-Red Pepper Swirl

The Day-Glo golden color of this butternut squash bisque is sure to make your mouth water with anticipation. This soup gets its luscious ...

by Rick Rodgers


Carrot, Cranberry, and Walnut Salad

For a change of pace from leafy green salad, make this simple slaw for a weekend dinner. Toasting walnuts enhances their flavor, but you ...

by Rick Rodgers


Dry-Brined Roasted Turkey with Sage and Cider Gravy

While I am perfectly happy with the simple roasted turkey that I have been teaching for years (cover the breast with foil and kiss worrie...

by Rick Rodgers


Italian-Style Stuffing with Sausage, Fennel, and Mus...

I can’t resist adding another stuffing, knowing that they are so popular at Thanksgiving. This Italian-inspired offering has the fall fla...

by Rick Rodgers


Roasted Loin of Pork with Brussels Sprouts

The scent of this roasting pork reminds me of Sunday suppers past, although no one in my family ever thought of roasting the Brussels spr...

by Rick Rodgers


Baked Pasta with Gruyere and Mushrooms

Think of this as French macaroni and cheese. Or, as the most outrageous macaroni and cheese you’ll ever eat. It is worth the extra time a...

by Rick Rodgers


Cornbread Stuffing with Dried Fruits and Hazelnuts

There is one thing that I have learned about stuffing (call it dressing, if you wish) after making hundreds of Thanksgiving dinners in my...

by Rick Rodgers


Cranberry and Sage Cornbread

Freshly baked cornbread is so easy to prepare that there seems to be no real reason for the packaged stuff to exist. And, especially if y...

by Rick Rodgers


Turkey Stock

Heat the oil in a large soup pot over medium-high heat. Add the turkey neck and giblets and cook, turning occasionally, until well brow...

by Rick Rodgers


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