3 Must-Try Glazes to Dress Up Your Easter Ham
The easiest, customizable Easter dinner centerpiece: buy a fully-cooked ham and whip up your own twist on a traditional glaze with flavors like maple, honey and sour cherry.
In an effort to make this the best Easter ever, we’ve cracked open a wealth of pastel-inspired treat knowledge to build a better basket that will have your little bunnies jumping for joy.
From tender roasts to comforting stews, let’s move beyond mint jelly and explore all the preparations that make this meat shine.
Fresh berries. Vanilla cake soaked in raspberry simple syrup. Chantilly cream icing made with whipped mascarpone. Sold yet?
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A party idea we’re head-over-heels for: A mini-buffet that lets guests mix and match ingredients for original takes on deviled eggs. It’s a guaranteed hit.
Whether you opt for a potluck, buffet or formal menu, hosting a spring gathering shouldn’t be intimidating. We’re sharing go-to recipes, what to make and what to buy, and easy decor. Read on to get party ready.
Rather than worrying about what’s in those mysterious dye packets, use dyes made from everyday ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
Got five minutes? You can cook fried eggs with lacy edges, nicely set whites and silky yolks. We’re sharing the easiest method for getting them just the way you like them.
Joan Nathan has secrets to hosting a great seder and no wonder—she’s a James Beard award-winning cookbook author, is considered a Jewish food authority and, oh yeah, designed our Passover Dinner for 8!
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A perfect matzo ball soup is the kind of comfort food you dream about. These matzo balls are tender, but substantial (and loaded with flavor!), so everyone — on any side of the matzo ball debate – will be satisfied.
Passover Seder is the star of the show, but what about the other seven days of meals? Get ideas for dressing up matzo and more ways to eat well this Passover — without sacrificing flavor for tradition.
More than a stunning centerpiece, a precooked spiral-sliced ham is a simple solution for hosting and can be dressed up any which way. Try one of our updated glazes to customize yours this year.