Better Homes and Gardens December 2016 Recipes

It's time for a cocktail! This month, we're shaking up cardamom-infused drinks worth toasting. Plus, we're celebrating one of our favorite in-season ingredients: chard. Whip up three veggie-focused recipes including a creamy chard skillet and an easy chard pie.

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    Smoked Salmon & Chard Gratin

    Spice up your weeknight routine with this creamy smoked salmon skillet. Top the whole thing off with buttery dill bread crumbs. 

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    Skillet Favorite: Frittata!

    This vegetarian frittata one of our favorite quick weeknight meals. Serve the dish with a fresh salad. 

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    Cardamom Old-Fashioned

    Our favorite part of this take on a classic old-fashioned? The sweet vanilla-roasted orange slice. It gives the drink a rich caramelized flavor. 

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    Savory Chard Pie

    This dinner is as easy as pie. Simply layer chard, goat cheese, dates, and ham on purchased pie dough. Then bake to golden perfection. 

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    Cardamom Negroni

    A homemade cardamom-infused gin is the key to this classy cocktail. Garnish each glass with a vanilla-roasted orange slice for extra flair. 

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    Cocktail Must-Have: Ginger Beer

    The key to this fruity cocktail? Sweet yet spicy ginger beer. 

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    Chard, Beet & Mushroom Stir-Fry

    Our favorite in-season veggies -- beets, mushrooms, and chard -- come together in this quick stir-fry. Serve the garlicky mix over creamy polenta and top with fresh cilantro.

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    Cardamom Sidecar

    A sweet sugar and cardamom rim is the key to this shaken cocktail. Be sure to use freshly squeezed lemon juice for the most flavor. 

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