Make Ahead

  • Tart. Sweet. Creamy. Gooey. CRUNCH! What more does a holiday appetizer need? Hmm, how about stunning good looks, and no-fuss preparation? Make this baked brie – and its zesty orange cranberry sauce – your go-to holiday app! It won’t take long… tummies will start to rumble with the first wafts of savory goodness
  • Shredded turkey so tender it falls apart, bathed in a piquant tomatillo sauce, and oozing with cheese. These enchiladas make a killer Tex Mex meal for any night of the week… but are especially good on the days after Thanksgiving. Let’s be brief. After the main event, everyone is SOOO done with cooking. Been there, done
  • Don’t mind me as I scooch in, this savory classic NEEDS a seat at your Thanksgiving table. No knives here – just a big serving spoon to pierce the crust, and right on in to the warm, custardy interior. Though it looks like cornbread when viewed from the top, this spoon bread is ALL PUDDING on the inside, and it’ll
  • Everyone has that one thing… that one Thanksgiving tradition that you just can’t do without. No matter where you are or who you are celebrating with, Thanksgiving is not the same without [INSERT YOUR’S HERE]. What is your one thing?? For my mom, it’s a pumpkin pie. Or is it her famous cranberry mold? Or mashed potatoes?
  • Sure, who doesn’t want to have CAKE FOR BREAKFAST?!? Most days though, and especially this time of year, starting out the day on a healthy note just feels great- as who knows what’s coming next! BUT let me tell you, this slow cooker oatmeal as close to GINGERBREAD cake 🍰 as you can get — though using comforting, healthy
  • Let’s MIX IT UP!  When I’m ready for an autumn cocktail, I’m leaving pumpkin spice for lattes- and eyeing sweet, cozy, APPLE CIDER. And really, could there be a better match for bold, caramelly rum? Grab your punch bowl, because WE’RE DOING FALL, Y’ALL!! 25 or so years ago, I lived in the Northeast and each year come
  •   As the saying goes, people eat with their eyes first. Have you been at a restaurant and had your socks knocked off by how beautifully your dish was plated? Or when scrolling through food photos realized that your tummy just started rumbling?? As a food writer, I’m acutely aware of these experiences- and when it comes to
  • What were you up to in 2002? I was living in Washington D.C., awash in spreadsheets and up to my eyeballs in crazy co-workers. I decided to quit my catering job with the venerable Dean & Deluca, and jump in with both feet into the personal chef business. I heard there was great opportunity, and I was ready for the challenge. The
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