If you've found a cinnamon roll recipe that you're dying to make, the next step is seeing how the dough transforms into cinnamon-sugar swirled rolls. Click through our step-by-step guide so that you can feel confident while trying your hand at this advanced baking recipe.
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If you've been the chosen one to host Thanksgiving this year, look no further. We've included everything you need — from the food down to the details — for a memorable meal. Start by setting the table with affordable and easy decor, then get the party started with our no-fail menu — gingersnap cocktail included. Honestly, you can't go wrong with this guide. Click through and get ready to steal the show!
While I'm a fan of the classic margarita most days, during November, I like to enjoy its Thanksgiving-themed cousin, the cranberry margarita. It's surprising how much the addition of cranberry juice changes the flavor of the tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice cocktail. It's festive, familiar, but potent with a rich autumnal hue. Shake and serve straight up, or pour over ice, like I did. To check out the recipe, which is perfect for a party, read more
After declaring I'd discovered the perfect Fall cocktail, I was worried I'd have nothing to look forward to. But, surprisingly, my success had the opposite effect: I was inspired to go in search of other tipples that glorify the season's bounty.
Right now, it's impossible to wander the farmers market without being smitten with frosty jugs of freshly pressed apple cider. The apple cidercar — a riff on the time-honored sidecar cocktail — is a fun way to incorporate Autumn's quintessential beverage into a spirited libation. Check out the recipe when you read more.
Sometimes I wonder why homemade pie crust has a reputation for being so difficult to make. I'm often surprised to discover friends, who are otherwise proficient in the kitchen, continue to shy away from the process and dismiss any recipe involving a homemade crust outright.
I'd wager that much of the problem is rooted in the excess of admonitions advising against potential missteps. Truth be told, it's actually a rather simple process and has less to do with skill than a certain (small) degree of patience. In a nutshell, if you can keep the butter cold and resist the urge to overwork the dough (which really has more to do with doing less), then it ought to be a relatively painless process.
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Turkey Day is right around the corner (we're pretty excited for that tryptophan-induced nap after stuffing our faces), and heritage turkeys are the talk of the town. You may be wondering what the deal is with these birds: Why is everybody talking about them? Why should we leave our old supermarket turkeys behind? Do they taste better? How should they be cooked? Fret not, because we've got some answers for you.