A frittata is the perfect choice for brunch entertaining — and leftovers make an easy dinner the next day. Serve with a salad of mixed greens, fresh sliced fruit and toasted nuts, along with crusty bread.
These omelets are as simple and delicious as they come, chock-full of chopped fresh herbs and slices of ripe Brie cheese. Try them for breakfast on the weekend or for a quick dinner, accompanied by a salad.
Fresh herbs and sweet carrots update this old-fashioned skillet dinner. Serve with a side of homemade cornbread for a meal that feels homey and special — perfect for fall. Braised Chicken Thighs with Potatoes
Nutty, chewy and chocolaty, these bars hit every craving. A toasty almond crust is topped with a creamy coconut and dark chocolate filling, and finished with a thick bittersweet glaze. This recipe calls
Braising spice-coated pork chops in cider enhances the autumnal flavors of this dish, which also features fresh apples. Use any crisp, slightly tart apple that’s in season at your local farmers’ market.
Are you ready to take on the turkey this Thanksgiving? To help you prepare, we’ve gathered our tried-and-true tips for seasoning and roasting your bird, step by step. Before you get started, a quick tip:
Our guest pop-up editor for the November 2013 issue shares her favorite wines. Try a few of these at your next party. White: 2010 One Woman Wines Estate Reserve Chardonnay, $40 2008 Baron de Ladoucette,