Sarah Karnasiewicz

Did all of those quarantine gardens on Instagram make you hungry to try growing your own food? You—yes, you!—can plant a veggie patch and start feeding your family hyper-locally! Start planning now with advice from some of our favorite garden experts.
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Cookied out? Dip store-bought cookies into chocolate and peppermint for a festive, no-bake holiday dessert.
Spiced Citrus Compote
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This pretty citrus compote is a delicious dessert, but it's also great with your morning yogurt, waffles, and pancakes.
This year's veggie side gets an upgrade with this sorta sweet, a sorta sour agrodolce.
Making one large crème brûlée is easier than putting together lots of little ones and means more surface area for everyone's favorite part: the crunchy caramelized sugar.
Beet Rosti
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Grab beets, orange zest, and a few other ingredients to make this quick and colorful holiday side.
Horseradish Yorkshire Pudding
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These Yorkshire puddings make a great side to a holiday brisket.
This delicious, affordable brisket proves that you don't have to blow your budget to have a special holiday feast.
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Spicy Raw Cranberry Relish
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Make this simple sauce first thing Thanksgiving morning and let it chill until feast time.
Make this sauce up to a week before the feast for a smooth-sailing Thanksgiving day.
The surprise? There's vanilla panna cotta hiding underneath that fresh strawberry gelatin!
These sunny shots are guaranteed to get the party going.
These Brooklyn kids are learning how to make their own globally-inspired meals—and they're learning a few life skills along the way, too.
We’re gonna let you in on a little secret: It’s not that hard to make a tasty turkey. Our step-by-step guide will take you from the grocery store to the moment everyone’s waiting for…dinnertime!
We’re gonna let you in on a little secret: It’s not that hard to make a tasty turkey. This brown-sugar brined bird is about to become your new go-to recipe!
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Best-Ever Gravy Recipe
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For a sauce worthy of your bird, you need pan drippings. The turkey fat and those delicious browned bits are the building blocks of flavor.
Gloppy gravy. Turkey tartare. Meh mashed potatoes. These are all things that won't be happening this year. After months of stuffing and roasting, slicing and rolling, we've solved all of your Thanksgiving dinner dilemmas with an arsenal of recipes designed to produce a completely delicious, 100 percent panic-free holiday feast. So take a deep breath (and another sip of wine). You got this!
Turns out carving your Thanksgiving bird is easier than you think... you've probably just been approaching it wrong! Relax. You got this!
Is making fresh pasta harder than dumping a box of the dried stuff in a pot of boiling water? Yes. Are those silky, insanely delicious noodles worth it? One hundred percent. These are our favorite machines for getting the job done.
Sometimes you feel like baking up a storm, other times you just want something quick and easy and totally delicious. With these simple recipes, you can whip up dessert with just three ingredients. How sweet!
One simple recipe plus an impressive spread of store-bought stuff equals the easiest (and most fun!) way to get dinner on the table.
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Best-ever BLTs. Crazy capreses. Sauces, cocktails, jams and desserts. It’s prime tomato time and we’ve got 31 delicious ways to use them while summer’s still here!
Up your shucking game with this easy-to-use oyster knife.
Bracket, schmacket. For us, March Madness is all about the snacks. These five easy upgrades will make sure your game-day get-together is a winner.