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Mint Jelly

Mint jelly is a classic accompaniment to lamb and is particularly well suited to the simple flavors of Roasted Leg of Lamb.

Author: Martha Stewart

Perfect Mashed Potatoes

Instant potatoes from the box can't compare to this homemade version.

Author: Martha Stewart

Red Wine Sauce

Boiling the red wine removes the vast majority of the alcohol but keeps the flavor.

Author: Martha Stewart

Honeyed Walnuts

Use these to top our Warm Vanilla Cider.

Author: Martha Stewart

Quick Lemon Vinaigrette

Try using this easy lemon vinaigrette to upgrade all sorts of veggies, such as our Green Salad with Olives or Green Beans Vinaigrette.

Author: Martha Stewart

Sour Cream and Dill Sauce

Pull together this quick tangy sauce for serving with Salmon Coulibiacs.

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Shredded Sauteed Cabbage

The vegetable retains some texture and has none of that sulfury taste and mushiness of cabbage that has been improperly cooked. This also makes a great...

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Creamy Stone Ground Grits

Stone-ground grits ensure nicely textured (never mushy!) results. Here, they're simmered with chicken broth until thick and creamy and finished with butter...

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Halved Baked Potatoes

Buttery baked-potato halves can be served on theside of our Beef Tenderloin with Shallot Mustard Sauce.

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Creamy Lemon Herb Dressing

This salad dressing is a delicious, non-fat alternative to mayonnaise-based dressings. Serve it with vegetable crudites, or with hearty greens like endive...

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Hoisin Roasted Game Hens

Hoisin, which is a blend of soybeans, garlic, chiles, and spices, makes a sweet-and-tangy glaze for roasted Cornish game hens.

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Red Delicious Applesauce

Serve as an alternative to or in addition to traditional cranberry relish.

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Steamed Broccoli with Garlic Oil

The garlic and lemon zest jazz up your healthy broccoli side dish.

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Roasted Yam Halves

Halving the yams before roasting greatly reduces the cooking time and gives them a nice golden crust.

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Chili Lime Popcorn

Instead of dousing popcorn in butter, give plain kernels heat and zing by sprinkling them with chili powder and lime zest. The snack will be just as tasty...

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Roasted Tomato and Fennel Sauce

This sauce is delicious tossed with pasta and a handful of Parmesan. You can also spoon it onto toasted baguette slices and serve as a crostini.

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Cranberry Pear Sauce

Skip the canned variety and whip up this naturally delicious chunky cranberry sauce instead. Pears and dried cherries give it an extra touch of natural...

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Roasted Carrots with Lemon Dressing

This lemony side dish gives carrots a little more sweetness with honey and a little zing from cayenne.

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Cranberry Sauce with Dried Figs

This cranberry sauce with dried Calimyrna figs has a chutney-like texture. A little red wine makes the sauce rich in flavor and ruby red in color.

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Roasted Fennel

Raw, fennel is cool and crunchy. Cooked, fennel turns mellow and the flesh softens; it is perfect as a side dish for fish or chicken.

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Citrus Salsa

Use this fresh salsa recipe when making our Artichoke Bottoms with Shrimp and Citrus Salsa; it's also delicious with any grilled fish or chicken.

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Sauteed Broccoli With Lemon

Complement a feast of hearty dishes with a side of crisp broccoli dressed with lemon juice and olive oil.

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Braised Green Beans with Tomatoes

A healthy, one-skillet vegetable side. Make it vegan by using vegetable broth.

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Parmesan Cream

This cream is an ingredient in our Winter Herb and Ricotta Cannelloni.

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Apple Sundaes with Cider Caramel Sauce

The caramel apple takes a sophisticated turn in this dessert. Baked with butter, sugar, ginger, and cinnamon, the fruit goes soft and spicy before you...

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Ginger Syrup

This ginger syrup can be used to flavor just about anything, but we love adding it to plain seltzer for homemade ginger ale.

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Piperade

Tony Esnault uses Holland bell peppers because their thick flesh holds up well when roasting. Use leftover piperade over grilled meat or fish, or as a...

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Peach Plum Jam

The skins from stone fruit will contribute color and flavor to the jam. But for a smoother mixture, you can start by peeling peaches: Carve an X in the...

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Salt 'n' Vinegar Roasted Potatoes

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Onion Tomato Relish

Serve this alongside our Cocktail Franks in a Baguette.

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Grilled Mushrooms and Leeks

Mushrooms and leeks are an especially good combo when cooking with a grill wok.

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Oven Roasted Chestnuts

These are delicious eaten on their own, or used to make our Roasted Free-Range Turkey with Pear and Chestnut Stuffing.

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Skillet Braised Fennel

Fresh fennel, which has a strong anise flavor and crunchy texture when raw, becomes mellow and meltingly soft when braised.

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Twice Baked Sour Cream And Chive Potatoes

This classic baked potato dish goes well with roasted chicken, beef, or pork.

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Lemon Thyme Butter

This makes a perfect dipping sauce for artichokes.

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Mashed Potatoes with Golden Onions and Roquefort

This recipe is a flavorful and decadent variation on classic mashed potatoes.

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Spicy and Sweet Popcorn

This is an adult alternative to sweet kettle corn or caramel corn.

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Lemon Fingerling Potatoes

Panfried fingerling potatoes are accented with thyme and lemon.

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Honey Sesame Popcorn

Dress up the ultimate movie nosh in rich caramel and toasted black and white sesame seeds for your next Oscars party. To make the process seamless, make...

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Calvados Gravy

Calvados, an apple brandy, adds a sweet finish to this gravy. The neck and giblets roasted alongside the turkey add flavor to the drippings -- discard...

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Chocolate Caramelized Macadamia Nuts

These sweet, crunchy morsels are perfect to give as gifts over the holidays.

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Rosemary Lentils

Rosemary, shallots and garlic add bold flavors to this lentil side dish.

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Meyer Lemon and Cardamom Marmalade

Meyer lemons add a bit of floral sweetness you don't always find in marmalades, balancing out the bitterness. The preserves make a sensational glaze for...

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Curry Rub

This Indian-style rub is a good choice for lamb, or try it on chicken and shrimp.

Author: Martha Stewart

Hibiscus Ginger Syrup

We love the combination of citrusy hibiscus, spicy fresh ginger, and aromatic cloves in this DIY cocktail syrup. It makes an excellent holiday gift, but...

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Baked Potatoes with Cheddar Sour Cream

You can't go wrong with this classic flavor pairing.

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Mint Chive Butter

This butter is simple to make and can be used to enhance any meat or fish dish. It's best when served fresh. Try it on our Grilled Beef Tenderloin and...

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Paprika Butter

Spread it on meat or chicken before grilling, or serve it with corn on the cob.

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Steamed Broccoli with Miso Sesame Sauce

Serve this broccoli as a side dish or as a first course in place of a salad.

Author: Martha Stewart

Sauteed Green Apples and Leeks

This combination of tart green apples and sweet leeks nicely complements our Citrus Marinated Pork Chops.

Author: Martha Stewart