What to pair with a holiday-worthy beef tenderloin? Oh, Chris Prosperi has the very thing. His comforting mash is simple without being boring. The squash and maple syrup make these mashed “potatoes” unlike any others you’ve had. They’re elevated for Christmas dinner, and are the perfect side for any holiday meal.
Make this holiday herb and citrus crusted beef tenderloin in four easy steps: make the rub, roast the beef, prep the sauce, and bake the store-bought puff pastry. It’s an impressive centerpiece, for sure, and since every element can be made ahead, you’ll have plenty of time to focus on your guests.
There is something extremely decadent about serving the warm walnuts in the center of this hummus from Ana Sortun. You’ll want to do it every single time.
These sesame bars are a best seller at Sofra Bakery & Café in Cambridge, Mass. Lots of brown sugar combined with a thick, raw honey produce the caramel that holds the nuts and sesame seeds together over a thick shortbread crust. We know exactly what you’re thinking: Homemade Christmas or Hanukkah gift!
This delicious cocktail from senior contributor Alex Province is a looker — rimmed with festive colorful salt for a Christmas or Hanukkah party. And what gorgeous flavors come together here! To make the salt rim, you’ll need: • Bag of Kosher salt (3/4 cup will be enough salt to decorate 4-6 glasses) • Food-Safe food […]