Holiday Tastes and Traditions
It’s the time of year when families and friends gather around the table to share conversation, holiday spirit and plates piled high with our favorite traditional foods. ‘Tis the season to indulge (in moderation) with these holiday favorites from our friends.
Did you know?
When it comes to creating delicious holiday meals, one thing is for sure, Americans don't like to stray far from tradition. This Thanksgiving season, families will be emptying their wallets and filling their shopping carts (and bellies) with time honored dishes the entire family is sure to enjoy. See how your holiday traditions stack up to how other Americans plan and prepare their Thanksgiving dinner.
All of your favorite holiday flavors with a whole grain twist. Wild rice and nutty flavors make this a hearty, simple dinner. Get the recipe
These pancakes are light and fluffy with just a hint of zesty lemon. Make them in advance and freeze until you're ready to eat. Get the recipe
Roasted root vegetables are tossed with Israeli couscous and a nutty sesame chili sauce in this salad that is worthy of a fall celebration. Get the recipe
Butternut squash makes these pancakes surprisingly sweet. Whole wheat and oat flours are combined to make these fluffy. Topped with tart cranberry syrup for a full flavor. Get the recipe
Sweet potatoes are stuffed with oats, pistachios, cinnamon and shredded coconut and then baked to perfection. Get the recipe
Golden puff pastry envelopes are filled with an appetizing combination of goat cheese, cranberry chutney and walnuts to make these sweet and savory delights. Get the recipe
It doesn't get any better when you combine the delicious flavors of bananas, cookies, caramel, pudding and bourbon. Best of all, it takes just 15 minutes to put together and no stove-top cooking required! Perfect for the holidays, but so good you'll want to make it again and again. Get the recipe
Make Saturday morning special for a crowd with hearty baked French toast, topped with sliced bananas and drizzled with a decadent maple peanut butter sauce. Get the recipe
Our new favorite bundt cake is wonderfully versatile. Perfect with or without frosting and substitution-friendly, we wonder why everything can’t be so easygoing. Get the recipe
With its cornbread and buttermilk biscuit base, this aromatic turkey dressing studded with jalapenos and shallots may just permanently join your Thanksgiving rotation. Get the recipe
This hearty panzanella salad gets an autumnal infusion when toasted bread cubes are tossed with roasted root veggies and a pomegranate-red pepper vinaigrette. Get the recipe