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Who says a pear tart has to be for dessert? This recipe takes pear pastry in a savory direction by working in caramelized onions, nutty Gruyère, and a generous helping of peppery arugula.
A special occasion meal, beef brisket is slowly roasted in stock and hard cider before sweet potato, apples, prunes and carrots are added to the mix. Once the meat is done and allowed to rest, pan juices combine with more hard cider and a reduced down to a fine, silky sauce.
A combination that is simply calling out for a crisp winter day. Pair the dish with broiled sausage and roasted root vegetables with fresh herbs.
The robust, woodsy flavor of maple marries beautifully with fall’s crisp, sweet-tart apples or vanilla-bourbon asian pears. In this recipe, they all pair together to make a classic fall treat even better.
Spiced with ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, this Harvest Cake is gently sweet and rich with butternut squash, apples and pears. Light and fluffy Maple Frosting, spiked with the lightest touch of dark rum, finishes the cake.
Touched with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, these eggnog and roasted pear tartlets are magic on the winter table where the sweet softness of eggnog blends beautifully with tender pears roasted in the lightest drizzle of maple syrup.
There's a moment every year when the crisp air loses its autumn novelty and turns into a get-your-coat-out-of-storage chore. From shoveling the driveway to walking to work in the wind, you deserve a special treat for braving the forces of nature. Wrap your frozen fingers around this hot cocktail and let it remind you that cold weather can be wonderful too.
Real, traditional wassail is a treat. But more than just a warming drink, it is a celebration of ancient rituals and blessings, of wintertime revelry and yuletide debauchery. It’s a drink that is steeped in deep and rich history, and even better: it’s absolutely easy to make and impossibly delicious when done authentically.
If you can simmer a pot of water, you can make cranberry cider. It’s easy. This recipe is just as excellent by itself, as it is with a splash of your favorite liquor.