Only a few of our best recipes are featured on our cover. See them here and make them yourself.
This dish combines the robust flavors and cheesy bread topping of French onion soup with chicken pot pie. It’s so quick and
easy to make you’ll hardly notice it requires ten ingredients. Serve with a green salad tossed with fresh citrus, sliced avocados,
toasted pecans, and bottled raspberry vinaigrette.
We love this classic pound cake recipe for its tender crumb. To tap into summer flavor, we’ve paired this recipe with sweetened
cream and fresh sliced peaches from our local farm stand.
Enjoy a spectacular holiday feast with Pear-Glazed Pork Roast, Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes, Rice Timbales, Sautéed Beans and
Peppers, and Cranberry-Apple Pie garnished with a wreath of Pecan Pie-Glazed Pecans.
Pie just doesn’t get much easier or better than this tasty twist on banana pudding. In fact, once you try our speedy version
of homemade custard, you’ll never be tempted to make instant pudding again. If you’re a big fan of vanilla wafers like we
are, pick up an extra box and tuck a few into the meringue before baking. For party-pretty slices, dip the knife blade in
cold water or lightly coat with vegetable cooking spray.
This refreshing appetizer coats shrimp in a flavorful vinaigrette and showcases them in shooter glasses. Garnish with the
leaves of romaine lettuce hearts and serve in an ice-filled tray at a spring or summertime party.
Nothing says fall better than the sweet scent of apples baking in the kitchen. Try this creative way for enjoying this fruit
at its best.
This is a meal your guests will remember. Add color to Holiday Pork Loin Roast with Cranberry Sweet Potatoes and steamed green
beans. Serve your favorite dressing in individual baking dishes, and finish with Pecan Cheesecake Pie.
Good to the last crumb, a Bundt cake recipe is as grand as a layer cake but far less fussy. Add Fluffy Wintry-White Icing
and Sparkling Peppermint Candy for a spectacular finish. For an extra special touch, brush the cake stand rim with corn syrup,
and roll it in clear sparkling sugar.
The rich, moist texture of this divine angel food cake is unlike any other. Made from scratch in minutes, it's baked in a
13- x 9-inch pan and spread with frosting that's a lemon lover's dream.
In less than an hour you can serve up this simply divine dessert. Pop it in the oven just before you sit down to eat, and
your family can enjoy it warm at meal’s end. For individual servings, bake for the same amount of time in 6 (8-oz.) ramekins
on an aluminum foil-lined baking sheet.
You have to try this, and we're revealing all our tricks to help you succeed. You'll make a tall tower of fall's favorite
fruit--apples--in a crust we promise is great. Plan ahead to cozy up in your kitchen, bake, and anticipate. We think you'll
adore each forkful of this top-rated apple pie.
Offer a festive table of Turkey Tenderloins With Cranberry Sauce, Roasted Acorn Squash, Simple Pecan-Green Bean Casserole,
and Mini Pecan Pies.
This homemade pudding is divine, economical, and uses on-hand ingredients. The pudding has thickened enough when a distinct
trail is left in the mixture when you stir with a spoon. The cookies will soften the longer the dessert chills.
Plump, sweet strawberries await in the farmers market each spring. The seasonal favorite shines in Strawberry-Fruit Toss With
Cornmeal Shortcakes. The fruit mixture is also a great topper for ice cream or pound cake.
Mix fresh peaches and blackberries with Greek yogurt, honey, and granola for a quick, nutritious breakfast. Sit down and savor
the fresh fruit, or pack it in a container to take on the go with you.
Photo by Tina Cornett, Jennifer Davick / Styling by Melanie Clark, Sissy Lamerton / Food Styling by Vanessa McNeil Rocchio, Angela Sellers
Delicious pumpkin flavor and pumpkin pie spices make this treat a yummy way to celebrate the season. With only 30 minutes
of hands-on time, it's doable for a special dinner party or just a fun treat for the kids.
Easy-to-swirl frosting is only the beginning. Slice into this sweet sensation to reveal its true charm―velvety-rich ganache
in layers of moist chocolate cake. Frosting Tip: Using an offset spatula, spread frosting over cake. Then use a spoon from
your kitchen drawer to create whimsical swirls.
These are our Food staff's favorite fluffy buttermilk flapjacks, and they are sure to become your family’s favorite too. We
named them after their creator, Test Kitchen Pro Pam Lolley. Plan to drench these cakes with our easy honey syrup or your
favorite bottled variety. Complete the meal with fruit and bacon or sausage.
This delightful spring dessert more than merited running on our April 2010 cover—not just for looks but also for its sweet,
summery taste. We couldn’t think of a better way to show off the succulent taste and colorful presentation of strawberries,
the South’s most prized spring fruit.
Take advantage of fresh peaches with this summer recipe. Blanching fresh peaches makes them easier to peel. To do this test
kitchen tip drop a few peaches at a time into boiling water for 45-65 seconds. Remove with a slotted spoon and place into
ice water for 10-20 seconds to stop the cooking process. If the skin doesn’t slide off easily repeat the process keeping the
peaches in boiling water for only 30 seconds.
This impressive dessert showcases one of fall’s sweetest gems. With simple prep and make-ahead ease, it only looks like you
spent hours in the kitchen.
Test Kitchen pro Pam Lolley called on childhood taste memories to create this grand yet easy-to-make cake. The White Icing
hides a yummy surprise: no-cook Citrus Filling. For added beauty, use a kitchen torch to lightly brown the edges of the frosting.