From the comfort foods we all crave—macaroni and cheese, spaghetti Bolognese, or good old Yankee Pot Roast—to familiar dishes for formal gatherings, our classic and traditional recipes offer something for every person and occasion.
One secret to feeding hungry masses of holiday visitors is simple—bake a big ham. It’s the most economical, convenient, versatile, and best-tasting investment you’ll make. But make it your own with a homemade glaze, presented here.
Egg Nog Custard
With a rich custard a little goes a long way and a little brandy or rum on the side can enhance the enjoyment.
A handwritten recipe discovered tucked into an antique cookbook led to the creation of this delightful adaptation of an Old-World favorite.
Grill Secret: Dry Rub
If you’ve ever tasted meat or fish grilled by a master and wondered what made it so flavorful, the answer probably lies in a dry rub.
Red Pepper, Egg and Provolone Panini
Egg sandwiches are so satisfying, especially when grilled with melty cheese.
Leatherstocking Apple Cheddar Pie
Cheddar baked with the apple filling of this pie creates a classic pairing.
At the top of our list of recipes we like to make when the weather gets really hot is gazpacho. The cold soup, from the Andalusia region of southern Spain, is a wonderful midsummer treat.
Huckleberries are smaller and sweeter than commercially-raised blueberries, but blueberries can easily substitute in this pie.