Check out our newest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: Thanksgiving recipes from Sara Foster, sweet cakes, Scott Peacock's corn bread dressing, and more!
"Elegant enough to serve at holiday dinner yet homey enough for a potluck, this is a fusion of my family's favorite flavors," says holiday baking expert David Bonom.
"Milk chocolate gives this cake a lighter flavor and lets the vanilla side shine as well," says holiday baking expert David Bonom.
"Use these as the finishing touch for a buffet or make a batch for the weekend," says holiday baking expert David Bonom. "Sweet potato gives the batter beautiful color and helps these treats stay moist."
Elevate common ingredients, such as cornmeal, celery, and onion, into a memorable holiday side dish.
Top toasted bread with goat cheese, prosciutto, and a spoonful of olive-cherry tapenade, which is flavored with fresh lime and basil.
Bacon adds smokiness, and tomatoes and broccoli add freshness to this hearty breakfast casserole.
This clever twist on crab cakes is a brilliant use for leftover turkey. A garlicky Lime Butter Sauce is a delicious finishing touch.
A sweet mixture of apricots, bourbon, sweet potatoes, and spices fill these delightful fall turnovers by Southern cookbook author Sara Foster.
Sara Foster's modern spin on the classic Thanksgiving casserole features fresh button mushrooms, a hint of nutmeg, and fried shallot rings.
Hot milk and cream are infused with vanilla bean, combined with sugar and eggs, and then chilled in this tasty twist on eggnog from Sara Foster.
This soufflé-like side dish from Sara Foster is an irresistible combination of sweet potatoes, cornmeal, eggs, and brown sugar.
With this recipe from Sara Foster, simple is truly best. All that's needed are potatoes, butter, buttermilk, sea salt, and freshly ground pepper.
Toss Granny Smith apple, turnip, beet, and carrot matchsticks with a light citrus vinaigrette that can be made up to three days in advance.