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Pork and cider are one of the most iconic food and beverage pairings. This recipe is the only one you’ll ever need to make a gorgeous, impressive centerpiece for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter or any other time a ham is in order.
This year, do you want to make the best Thanksgiving turkey ever? Of course you do! Take our advice and cider brine your turkey using this recipe for the juiciest bird you’ve ever tasted.
Why fill a tortilla with pre-shredded cheddar when you could be layering them with elegant ingredients? Enter your new favorite dinner recipe: fancy quesadillas. They’re decadent, easy to make, and best of all, dinner is on the table in twenty minutes.
The sweet pear, salty sausage and creamy blue cheese are a wonderful combination in this dish. It tastes just like something you’d get at a great restaurant.
This hearty vegetarian stew pairs the flavors of autumn – butternut squash and apples – with an abundance of pantry staples. This version is meatless, but feel free to toss in some shredded chicken or pork at the end.
Cocoa powder lends a bittersweet depth to the lamb rub and plays well with the olives in the relish. Just make sure you’re using unsweetened!
Pears and walnuts are delicious together; walnuts and bacon make total sense. When you combine them all, it’s magic.
Daikon is the winter vegetable you should be eating—peppery, crunchy, crisp. Here it goes beautifully with sumptuous asian pears.
Chutney is a favorite British condiment for everything from cheese to roasts. This sweet-and-smoky version is perfect with crackers as a starter, spread on a grilled cheddar sandwich or served with roasted pork.