Sauces
Whether you're bored with the traditional holiday bird or just want to try something different this Thanksgiving, we're serving up a genius idea: Thanksgiving brisket. It's juicy, serves a big crowd and if you serve it with cranberry sauce, it's *chef's kiss*. Just make sure to give yourself plenty of time to prepare it — the brisket takes a full 24 hours to marinate and a good chunk of hours to cook.
Kris Galicia Brown
Three ingredients. Three steps. Cranberry sauce doesn't get any simpler, or more delicious. We'd say it goes great on leftover turkey sandwiches, but we have a feeling there won't actually be any leftovers.
Nicole Weston
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You can top just about anything with this flavorful green sauce from Mindful Meal Planning. This recipe uses the freshest ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make. We're in!
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plain penne pasta in a white skillet
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This recipe from Mindful Meal Planning is ready to knock your socks off any night of the week. It's as easy as it is yummy, so the whole fam wins!
Beginner
At this point in the culinary history of the world, Western cooks are plenty familiar with soy sauce and sweet and sour sauce.
Jessie Oleson Moore
Fact: almost everything is better covered in caramel. And this recipe from our class, The Art of Caramel, is flawless in its most basic form. But when you add bourbon, dark chocolate or espresso into the mix — fireworks. Whip it up next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, or make a big batch and pour into cute little mason jars for an easy (and tasty!) holiday gift.
Bluprint
I learned how to make the the world's best Bolognese sauce from famed Italian cook Marcella Hazan. Sort of.
Allison Ruth
Much as we might like to, one cannot live on PSL alone. Luckily, we've got the perfect concoction to feed your pumpkin craving with actual food: homemade pumpkin alfredo pasta.
Kris Galicia Brown
One of the biggest challenges of plant-based eating is creating meals that come together quickly without a ton of planning. Find out how to use a food processor to make quick pan-fried falafel served with a velvety, dairy-free tahini sauce. Nicki also shows you how to freeze the cooked falafel for an easy make-ahead meal.
When you think of barbecue sauce, do you think of a store-bought bottle of the stuff? Well, we're here to change your tune. Barbecue sauce is not hard to make, and it's practically guaranteed to taste better than what's in the bottle. This mouth-watering maple-bourbon BBQ sauce is certainly no exception. Smoky, sweet and a kick of bourbon... prepare to lick your fingers.
Ashley McLaughlin
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