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Yogurt and cream combine to create this extra-velvety mousse. We suggest opting for organic and/or pasture-raised dairy whenever possible.
Soufflés can be individual-sized, made in small ramekins, or big enough to serve a crowd. Ours are the former. You can prepare them up to 4 hours in advance through Step 4, then hold them in the refrigerator (uncovered) until you’re ready to bake. In the case of early prep, add 5 to 7 minutes to cooking time.
This dish will impress your guests and make you look like a Food Network Star while being surprisingly easy.
This sauce features round, floral notes of vanilla to complement the tart sweetness of the cranberries. To make the recipe even more quickly, you could use two teaspoons of vanilla extract, but it won’t have the same depth of flavor – or the pretty vanilla-speckled look – of the whole bean.
These homemade candles cost just $5 each! Using natural essential oil for fragrance and toxin-free, plant-based soy wax means that even your gift giving will be clean and sustainable. Try this fun and easy DIY project that we promise anyone can pull off.
A traditional French dish, chicken chasseur, or hunter-style chicken, is a one-pot meal where chicken is combined with mushrooms and white wine. Our chicken chasseur slow cooker recipe uses both cremini and wild mushrooms for an extra-intense flavor. Try pairing it with mashed potatoes or brown rice.
This lemony roast stuffed with Parmesan and panko takes a bit of attention before it goes into the oven, but you’ll be rewarded with a turkey that avoids the last-minute muss and fuss of carving. After cooking, all you do is slice and serve.
Savor this beef and chickpea chili on those cold winter nights when all you want is a warming bowl of comfort.
This satisfying meatless dish combines sweet and tender sweet potato with spicy beans and creamy avocado and yogurt.