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Mulled Cider with Cardamom and Saffron

This is a festive cider to brighten fall and winter gatherings. And it is simplicity itself, with nothing to squeeze or chop! It sounds a...

by Beth Hensperger and Julie Kaufmann


Hickory Grill-Roasted Turkey

Grill-roasting a turkey is a guaranteed show-stopping, big-flavored way to cook a turkey, and the hickory-smoked turkey leftovers are div...

by Diane Morgan


Apple Cider Jelly

There are some recipes that seem to have more in common with magic than plain old, everyday cooking. Apples have lots of natural pectin, ...

by Jonathan King, Kathy Gunst, and Jim Stott

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Vermont Apple Cider Donuts

It’s a cider-maker’s tradition to use some of the freshly pressed juice to make lightly tangy, apple-scented donuts like these. The cider...

by Amy Traverso


Chicken Breasts in Garlic Sauce

Don't be put off by the large quantity of garlic, as the flavor mellows in the cooking. Good with boiled new potatoes and green beans.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Cider and Honey Roast Leg of Lamb

Preheat the oven to 425°F. Calculate the cooking time for the lamb: 12 minutes per pound for medium rare, 15 minutes per pound for med...

by Gordon Ramsay


Autumn Game Casserole

Mixed game makes a wonderfully rich-flavored dish. Use chunks of boneless and skinless turkey or pork loin as a substitute.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Crockpot Cranberry

Have this ready to warm the crew when they return from ice skating.

by Jane Brandt


Chicken and Mushroom Casserole with Cider

Somewhere between a stew and a braise, this rich and warming dish is perfect to serve in autumn, perhaps with mushrooms you’ve gathered y...

by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall


Cider-Baked Apples

Finally, a virtuous, yet fully satisfying dessert! It’s also incredibly simple—just whole, cored apples stuffed with dried cranberries, p...

by Amy Traverso


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