Find out how you can boil sweet potatoes perfectly! From shopping and storing to peeling, prepping, and more, find out the steps you should take when boiling your sweet potatoes. Plus, check out great recipes to try!
Say good-bye to boring dinner rolls. These fluffy cheese-filled puffs are the perfect complement to your favorite holiday recipes. Savory Roquefort and Gruyere cheeses add sharp flavor to each bite, and the puffs can be made up to a month ahead of time.
If you like a little tart and a little tang, this is your cranberry sauce! And if you really like getting a head start, this is the only cranberry sauce for you. The cranberry-lime combo can be made and stored for up to a week.
This creamy, quick, and easy skillet side dish is made with Swiss cheese and red sweet peppers for a colorful spin on the favorite autumn vegetable. Just mix all the ingredients ahead of time, then cover and chill for up to 48 hours.
No holiday menu is complete without tender, oven-roasted ham. Drape yours in one of our three outstanding glaze recipes: apricot-mustard, cranberry-orange, or pomegranate-barbecue. These simple recipes will be a for sure crowd pleaser.
Cheesy Mashed Potatoes with Gouda and Crispy Pancetta
Here's the ultimate mashed potatoes recipe! We combine red and russet potatoes with a little green onion, plenty of salty pancetta, and lots of cheese. This recipe will be a hit for entertaining. You can make the side dish a day in advance and warm it up to serve.
One taste of this cranberry sauce recipe and you'll wonder why you never tried making cranberry sauce before. Combining fresh and dried cranberries enhances the flavor and texture of the recipe. Even better, it only takes 20 minutes to get this refreshing Christmas dish on the table.
Not only do stuffed olives regularly find a home in holiday appetizer displays, but ours are also a cinch to make. Simply fill whole pitted green olives with a thyme-Gorgonzola spread and serve on toothpicks.
With a bubbly dish of these creamy, cheesy potatoes on your holiday table, the menu is complete! The make-ahead tip can be applied to many of your favorite recipes -- slice and chop your ingredients the night before for easy assembly on the day of the meal.
This six-ingredient side dish features cranberry relish, dried cranberries, and walnuts, and will be a hit with your holiday guests. Make and fill the stuffed spuds the day before serving, then bake just before dinnertime.
We added a refreshing kick of mint and ginger to an arugula salad, then topped it with chopped fresh cranberries. You can prepare the salad up to 2 days in advance. When you're ready to eat, all you need to do is add the dressing.
Scalloped potatoes are a delicious addition to any dinner, but our slow cooker version takes the cake. Not only is it super easy, but it's made with cream of potato soup and three kinds of cheese, making it ooey-gooey good.