Here& 39;s a festive holiday punch that& 39;s fit for a crowd! We make it with cranberry juice, orange juice, bourbon, and hard cider, though we include a non-alcoholic version so kids to enjoy, too.Photography Credit:Garrett McCordWant an easy cocktail for your New Year’s party without playing bartender all night?
Glazed Baked Ham is so easy and delicious! Choose from two different glazes, both with honey. Baked ham is a great way to feed a crowd during the holidays.Photography Credit:Elise BauerA big baked ham is one of the easiest things to prepare for a holiday celebration. It’s economical—even a half-ham can feed a dozen people with leftovers.
Method1 Make marinade: In a small saucepan, bring the soy sauce, marmalade, honey, rice wine vinegar, and red pepper flakes to a simmer over medium heat. Remove from the flame and let cool.Reserve half of the marinade for serving as a sauce with the finished tenderloin.2 Marinated the tenderloin: With the remaining half of the marinade, marinate the tenderloin for 1 hour.
What’s more comforting than a warm bowl of butternuts squash soup when it just starts to get cold out, chicken noodle soup for what ails you, or a steaming bowl of beef stew in the middle of winter? Slow cook it, pressure cook it, or just put it all in a pot to simmer on the stovetop. Doesn’t matter—soup is good food.
What& 39;s the Best Corn for Corn Chowder?Fresh sweet corn on the cob is the ideal corn to use here. It& 39;s best if it& 39;s in season, but you can use off-season corn from the grocery store and get good results.Can You Make Corn Chowder with Frozen Corn?Yes, you can use frozen corn, but you won& 39;t have the same intensity of corn flavor because you won& 39;t simmering the stripped cobs in the milk.
Creamy, cheesy Ham and Cheese Pasta Bake - with parmesan, mozzarella, and ham. This cheesy pasta is comfort food at it& 39;s best and a delicious weeknight meal.Photography Credit:Elise BauerFeatured in 11 Casseroles to Double and FreezeWhat happens when pasta meets up with a Mozzarella and Parmesan-loaded white sauce tossed with chopped ham and herbs?