Pear and Goat Cheese Bread Tart
Beef Tenderloin with Three Spreads
With its chewy bread base and fruit-cheese topper, this luscious tart is ideal to serve between the main course and dessert in place of the traditional cheese course.
Winter Vegetable Tarts
Your guests can dress this roast with the topping of their choice. We show you how to make a sumptuous roast with three different spreads -- a black pepper-olive relish, blue cheese-parsley crumble, and horseradish mayo.
These savory tarts are classy yet simple to make. By skipping the bacon, you can serve them as a main-course alternative to the beef tenderloin for vegetarian guests.
Serve this onion pudding, baked with cheddar and garlic, in individual ramekins. Sage leaves make a beautiful garnish.
Beet and Red Onion Compote
This pretty take on baby broccoli is finished in less than 30 minutes. Toasted almonds add crunch, while orange juice adds a light citrus flavor.
Pear-Blue Cheese Salad
This easy side dish gets its bold flavor from cider vinegar; deep purple beets look festive and are healthful, too.
Molded Grapefruit Salad
The peppery flavor of curly endive makes a serendipitous match with sweet fresh pear slices and tangy blue cheese. Pecans cooked with salt, butter, and sugar add delicious crunch.
Bittersweet Truffle Tart
The tart, fresh taste of the grapefruit in this easy salad is a refreshing contrast to rich holiday foods.
A hint of strawberry flavor adds an unexpected twist to this chocolaty dessert. The cocoa-flavored crust is topped with a layer of chocolate and almond-laced mascarpone.