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    Indulgent brunch recipes for a New Year’s feast at home

    Indulgent brunch recipes for a New Year’s feast at home Christine Clark 4 hrs ago Thanks a Brunch With sit-down dining still restricted by the pandemic, many would-be brunchers are longing for an indulgent weekend meal and a bottomless mimosa. You can still get it at home, where everything happens on your schedule for a lower cost. Here are 25 delicious brunch recipes to get you started, including some cocktails and some options for special diets. Related: Best Brunch   Read More

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    Make a lazy New Year’s Day feast with these snacks and drinks | Food-and-cooking

    You don’t need a full recipe to make French toast. Just whisk 1 cup milk, nondairy milk, half-and-half or cream — or any combination that gets you to 1 cup’s worth of dairy — with 3 large eggs to make the basic batter. This will get you enough for about 1 dozen slices of bread. Flavor it with a few shakes of cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice or allspice, and add a splash of vanilla extract if you’ve got it. Then dunk the bread and cook it up in a pan. Finish with maple syrup, powdered sugar, whipped cream or   Read More

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    Make a lazy New Year’s Day feast with these snacks and drinks | Food & Cooking

    You don’t need a full recipe to make French toast. Just whisk 1 cup milk, nondairy milk, half-and-half or cream — or any combination that gets you to 1 cup’s worth of dairy — with 3 large eggs to make the basic batter. This will get you enough for about 1 dozen slices of bread. Flavor it with a few shakes of cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice or allspice, and add a splash of vanilla extract if you’ve got it. Then dunk the bread and cook it up in a pan. Finish with maple syrup, powdered sugar, whipped cream or   Read More

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    Flavor up your feast with these traditionally Southern recipes

    “When I’m really hungry, I want Southern food,” cookbook author Nathalie Dupree writes in her introduction to “Cooking of the South,” “because I know it will fill me up.” Food like fried chicken, collards, turnips and cornbread. Homemade biscuits, butter beans and peas. Peach cobbler. All washed down with sweet iced tea. The kind of meal your Southern grandmother may have fixed, possibly using food straight from her garden or bought fresh at a local farmers market. For Leo Maurelli, director of culinary operations at the Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center, real Southern cooking   Read More

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    Agriculture Secretary Perdue: On Thanksgiving, be thankful for producers of food for your holiday feast

    Americans are no stranger to adversity and this year presented a new and difficult challenge with a sinister virus. But now more than ever we must cherish the good times and give thanks to those who selflessly serve us during our times of trouble. This Thanksgiving will be a lot different for many Americans, as some of us have not seen our families in a long time out of a noble desire to protect the ones we love. But as we sit around the dinner table and break bread, let us say an extra prayer for the folks who   Read More

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    How To Have A Safe Thanksgiving Feast: Follow These 4 Steps

    TEXAS — Thanksgiving is fast approaching and with COVID-19 spreading throughout the state, a lot of Ohioans may be preparing their first turkey on Nov. 26. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has tips for new and experienced Thanksgiving chefs alike. Everything starts with four simple steps: clean, separate, cook and chill.Patch spoke with USDA Technical Specialist Meredith Carothers about how to have a safe and healthy Thanksgiving in the age of COVID-19. Clean Cleaning is the first and easiest step. Cooks should wash their hands with warm water and soap for 20 seconds, recommendations made familiar to   Read More

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    Order a Thanksgiving Feast to-Go From SoCal Restaurants

    LOS ANGELES — Thanksgiving dinner gatherings will likely be smaller this year in accordance with CDC and county guidelines. Californians may not want to cook or clean for fewer people, so many are choosing to let the professionals do it for them. Christian Truong, chef de cuisine of the downtown L.A. restaurant Manuela, always shows his love through food, but this year it’s extra important. What You Need To Know Thanksgiving dinners must be smaller this year in accordance with CDC and county guidelines Many Southern California restaurants are offering a full Thanksgiving meal to-go with pre-orders ahead of   Read More

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    I made a downsized Thanksgiving feast for 2: Thanksgiving recipes

    With family gatherings limited this year in efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many people will be making Thanksgiving dinner for smaller groups.  I tried to downsize my usual holiday table-for-10 and make a full feast for just two people.  I made a small boneless turkey breast and just one vegetable this year. Usually, we’ll have a full turkey plus red meat and multiple veggie options to choose from.  Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. I’ve never made a full Thanksgiving dinner by myself. Knowing that this year will be many people’s first time attempting the meal due to   Read More

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    A Holiday Feast Made for Editors’ Favorite Recipes

    The food teams at Martha Stewart Living have collectively created three decades’ worth of holiday meals for the magazine—we’re talking hundreds of hors d’oeuvres, too many mains to count, appetizers galore, plus a dizzying array of desserts. For our 30th anniversary issue, a holiday issue to boot, the current crew share the recipes from our archives that they cook again and again when off duty in December. They also share some of the backstories to these now-classic recipes and what made them perennial favorites instead of other holiday roasts or spectacular desserts. Some of the selects are obvious, like   Read More

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    Strategies for a healthy Turkey Day feast

    The football teams taking the field on Thanksgiving will bring shrewd strategies and meticulous game plans to make sure they finish the day healthy and successful. As we tackle one of the year’s biggest feasts, should we do the same? On the one hand, it’s just one day. “If you spend the majority of your time eating well and exercising, my general opinion on Thanksgiving is give yourself a break,” said Krista Varady, professor of nutrition at the University of Illinois, Chicago. “Don’t be crazy, but everybody deserves a day off.” On the other hand, Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday   Read More

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