Below are some of the dishes we’ve worked on over the years that have made their way to our holiday tables. We have many favorites, and more can be found by searching the website under a particular ingredient (Adrienne’s Persimmon Pudding, anyone?). Wishing that the holidays find you in a place of love and good food. Just bring your appetite!
A wonderful new twist on cranberry relish, try this with your turkey this year.
We re-introduced these perennial favorites at a demo at US Botanic Garden earlier in the fall and decided they would be on our holiday buffet table.
This dish has such special beauty, it will make your holiday table look spectacular and it tastes pretty great too.
Another one that would work great for the buffet table or serve the souffles as hors d’oeuvres, without the extra veggies, but topped with a small dollop of mascarpone, softened to room temperature.
Kids (kids!) can’t get enough of this. A must for our Thanksgiving table.
A sprightly twist on Brussels sprouts that will enliven any holiday buffet.
Thanksgiving brings out the competitive spirit in our family and the sweet potato dish is at the forefront when it comes to making the best side. This one’s likely to win hands-down — and no one will miss the marshmallows.
Gorgeous on the dessert table, but equally at home as an accompaniment to ham, pork, a lovely roast tenderloin. Use your imagination but count this one in.
With a bright, addictive flavor that is all holiday and deeply warming, this soup is a winter staple in our household. Freeze it for drop-in guests or roll it out on a blustery day that sends you scrambling for comfort food, even just for lunch.
We love this as a refreshing non-alcoholic drink, but it’s also a great flavoring for alcoholic drinks — try it with a shot of vodka or drizzled in a chablis or sauvignon blanc.
There are plenty of ways to fix red cabbage, the perennial favorite for the holiday buffet or dinner table. This one adds the crunch and flavor of chestnuts. What a great marriage.
Tired of green bean casserole? Try these and be prepared for a new Thanksgiving tradition at your table.
If you like to combine the cheese and salad course, try this salad, which, like the cheese platter, includes fruit and nuts.