More From Umami
This Mountain Berry Crisp recipe brings strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries together to create a scrumptious dessert that shows off fresh summer berries.
Crispy hash browns and cheesy goodness come together in this scrumptious cheesy hash brown casserole recipe.
What makes this roasted carrot recipe work is how the olive oil and lemon juice come together to create a light sauce that highlights the flavors in the fresh herbs and spices while helping the carrots cook up nice and juicy.
Tart cranberries, crisp apples, and a hint of orange come together to make this delicious Cranberry Apple Crisp recipe.
In my opinion, turkey, stuffing, spuds, dressing, beans are some of the easiest things you can cook for Thanksgiving. The food is forgiving and most basic cooks can get the meal together without too much fuss. It’s good, but cooking Thanksgiving dinner bores me.
With an earthy Northwoods flavor, wild rice is a unique and underappreciated ingredient. This wild rice recipe uses chicken stock, bacon, and sauteed peppers to add interesting flavors and textures to the dish.
A good cranberry sauce is a great way to compliment roast turkey and pork dishes. This recipe uses a touch of bourbon and cinnamon to add some depth of flavor and interesting notes to the cranberry sauce.
This fall, warm up your kitchen and your belly with this rendition of a classic squash and pumpkin soup. Earthy roasted vegetables and velvet smooth cream come together in this recipe to create a savory medley of flavors.
This stuffing recipe combines sweet and savory with just the right balance to pair well with all the other Thanksgiving dishes. Sometimes I also make it for dinner and serve the stuffing with a salad on the side.