Want to be a holiday hero? Bring our Pecan Pie to the party. We’re talking ooey-gooey nutty filling; rich, bourbon and vanilla notes; tender, flaky crust—this thing brings new meaning to the term crowd pleaser.
Gooey, with notes of bourbon and vanilla, this pecan pie is bound to go over well.
If you want to serve dessert but already feel maxed out with appetizers and mains, consider serving wine-poached pears. They’re an elegant solution that leaves your guests feeling sated without adding a lot of labor.
Red Wine Roached Pears are simple, but still worthy of a special occasion.
In search of something surprising this year? We guarantee your guests are not expecting you to serve a fruity take on Italian minestrone soup. Like that versatile vegetable potage, our sweet spin can be adapted to seasonal or locally available produce. And dang, is it pretty.
Fruit minestrone? Yup, it’s a thing now.
Don’t be intimidated by deconstructed desserts—just work through each step carefully and you’ll wind up with a beautiful presentation that always exceeds expectations. This take on the classic orange creamsicle will trigger sweet summertime memories while simultaneously showing off your plating prowess.
This modern take on a kid favorite makes for a cheerful holiday dessert.
For something more classic, but equally impressive, serve our foolproof Molten Chocolate Soufflé—as is, or filled with decadent Crème Anglaise.
Molten Chocolate Soufflé never fails to wow at a holiday feast.
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Come on lads…….. How are are freeze dried strawberries and cucumbers festive? Seasonality
You can substitute seasonal produce—it’s a versatile dish and a fun, festive idea for cooks who are looking to do something adventurous/fun for the holidays.