Don’t sweat the holiday; you can keep it manageable with a little know-how and planningiStock / ThinkstockT-Minus Turkey Day: Thanksgiving Meal PlanningThinkstockThanksgiving is generally a little more involved than slapping a bottle of salad dressing on the table and calling it dinner, so meal planning is essential.
This recipe makes two crusts. It& 39;s my grandma& 39;s recipe from the farm, but back in the day, she used lard. I use Butter-Flavored Crisco™ instead.MORE+LESS-3/4cup butter-flavored shortening1/2teaspoon salt (more, if desired)Hide Images1In a large bowl, add shortening, salt and flour. Using a pastry cutter, cut the dry ingredients into the shortening until the dough forms small pea-sized bits.
From Mastering the Art of French Cooking to the Joy of Cooking, check out which cookbooks sold the most copiesYasmin FahrDid you know that Vincent Price wrote a cookbook, or that there’s a Beanie Baby’s cookbook? Probably not. That’s because for every blockbuster best-seller like the seminal Joy of Cooking, there are thousands of cookbooks like the truly puzzling Eat Your Feelings: Recipes for Self-Loathing that fade into obscurity.
RecipesDish typeCakeCakes with fruitFruit cakeThis tea loaf contains no eggs, butter or milk. Eat as is or spread with some butter.Recipe by:Gloucestershire, England, UK20 people made thisIngredientsMakes: 1 tea loaf75g medjool dates, chopped25g sultanas25g currants25g raisins1 tablespoon runny honey3 tablespoons water250ml strong hot tea225g spelt flour2 teaspoons baking powder1 teaspoon cinnamon1 teaspoon ground nutmeg1/2 teaspoon ground ginger60g jaggery (or caster sugar)MethodPrep:20min ›Cook:1hr20min ›Ready in:1hr40minPreheat oven to 165 C / Gas 2-3.
These breakfast options don’t strain your budget or your bellyshutterstockWe know: You’re busy. You don’t have time to make a wholesome, gourmet breakfast at home. You’re out the door fast, coffee in hand and mind already racing with what awaits you in your workday.Fast-food breakfasts are both the best and worst thing to happen to you since Starbucks started doing drive-thru.
RecipesIngredientsVegetableRoot vegetablesPotato Potato side dishesRoast potatoesSpruce up the traditional roastie by adding some fresh rosemary and Parmesan cheese. Ideal for special roast dinners such as Christmas.52 people made thisIngredientsServes: 4 680g new potatoes, cut into 2.5cm dices3 tablespoons olive oil2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese1 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemarysalt and pepper, to tasteMethodPrep:15min ›Cook:40min ›Ready in:55minPreheat the oven to 220 C / Gas 7.