Sunday, October 19, 2008

November Everyday Food Makes Feasting Easy

With a month to go before Thanksgiving, hosts for the holiday can breathe a sigh of relief... the November issue of Everyday Food will help to take the stress out of preparing every one's favorite holiday meal.

With helpful recipes and time savers to make 'the easiest feast ever,' Everyday Food will guide you through a picture perfect meal with time to spare. Here's a look inside this issue:

DINNER TONIGHT
* Sauteed Chicken with Mushrooms and Green Beans

IN SEASON
* Cranberries
* Cranberry Bread
* Braised Brisket with Cranberries
* Basic Cranberry Sauce

KICK IT UP EVERYDAY WITH EMERIL
* Emeril's Turkey Roulade
* Emeril's Wild-Mushroom Stuffing

HOW-TO EVERYDAY WITH SARAH
Glazed Vegetables
* Honey-Glazed Carrots
* Glazed Carrots with Orange and Ginger
* Glazed Turnips and Parsnips with Maple Syrup
* Glazed Sweet Potatoes with Brown Sugar and Lime

FREEZE IT
* Butternut Bisque

HAPPY HOUR
* Mulled Cider
* Parmesan Straws

KITCHEN TIP
* Softening Brown Sugar

HAVE YOU TRIED?
* Flat Iron Stake, Seared with Wine Sauce

BAKING WITH JOHN
* John' Pear and Almond-Cream Tart

SWEET FAVORITES
* Cinnamon-Walnut Baklava

COOKIE JAR
* Cornmeal Cookies

EASY AS PIE!
* Pumpkin Cream Pie
* Chocolate Pecan Pie
* Cheddar-Crusted Apple Pie
* Coconut Custard Pie

DOWNHOME TRADITION
* Roast Turkey with Brown Sugar and Mustard Glaze
* Bourbon Gravy
* Pecan Cornbread Dressing
* Stewed Green Beans with Bacon
* Sweet Potato Casserole

2 comments:

Elaine said...

I can't wait to get this issue. Thanks for the preview!

mike said...

Pies! Mmm..... my favorite! Also - who doesn't love Sweet Potatoes - especially in a casserole?

I just might have to try the Baklava too!