Plan a get-together for any occasion with these combinations of our favorite holiday foods.
This menu for 8 is a beautiful balance of delicacies―some to make ahead and others that you can prepare immediately before
This menu is mostly make-ahead―so like us, you can relax and enjoy the beginning of the holiday.
You don’t have to sit at the dining room table to break out your best. Take a casual approach, and serve the meal fireside using your special china and silver.
These dishes create unexpected twists without being too fancy. Best of all, you can pull off this fabulous menu for 6 to 8
with plenty of time left to share with family and friends.
This mouthwatering plate of holiday favorites may look fancy, but it's easy enough for even the novice cook to pull together
This marvelous meal is full of spicy Louisiana flair. Gather family, invite friends, kick back, and relax—Cajun style.
Serve Caribbean- and African-inspired dishes before Santa arrives this year. Each recipe is perfect to serve buffet style
and easy to eat with a fork while balancing a plate on your lap. So fill your plate, find a comfy chair, and be joyful.
Matt and Ted Lee adapted this tempting holiday menu for 6 from The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook (W.W. Norton, $35), their critically acclaimed collection of regional recipes and witty commentary (not to be missed by any
food lover). This merry menu creates an easygoing style but reflects Ted and Matt's serious food knack for updating Southern
classics without loosing a lick of their delectable essence.
Let these outstanding recipes, along with the warmth and laughter of these friends, resonate with you and your family.
Ragoût of Mushrooms With Creamy Polenta is a hearty meatless main course. Don’t let polenta scare you―it’s just the Italian version of grits.
This beef tenderloin menu inspires the creative cook in you while pleasing guests who love a traditional meal. From the start
to its grand finish—Chocolate Truffle Cheesecake—this Christmas celebration will be one for the memory book.
Cookbook author Katherine Cobbs shared her tried-and-true recipes for creating a memorable holiday meal that puts a new spin
Test Kitchen pro Marian Cooper Cairns developed this mostly make-ahead menu that mixes traditional recipes with updated Southern
Put the spark back in your turkey dinner with fresh recipes we promise will mingle beautifully with your family’s time-honored
This hearty midwinter's meal showcases the bounty of the season and pairs especially well with a crackling fire.
Crowd-pleasing small bites and sparkling drinks make for a festive-yet-relaxed holiday féte. (We'll clink to that.)
This wondrous, Wonka-esque dessert buffet celebrates one of the South's most iconic flavors in creative new ways. And yes,
you're going to need a bigger dessert plate.
With a little help and advance prep work, these recipes deliver awesome flavor while you relax and reconnect with family and