Watch how to make hortopita, a Greek pie made with phyllo, winter squash, and greens, via NYT.
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Try making this greens and beans combination with an asian twist, via White on Rice Couple.
Another tempting pastry for the books, the chocolate, berry, and cream cheese danish, via White One Rice Couple.
Start off the day right with this slow cooker sausage, has brown and cheese casserole, via Brown Eyed Baker.
“You’re gonna be a Scotch drinker,” my Grandma Rose said to me at the end of a Christmas dinner, with an approving smile. I was all of about six years old. This was still the 1960s and everybody drank. I had asked for, and was given, a sip of my father’s after-dinner cordial, a tiny glass of Drambuie, and had claimed to like it. I did like it, in fact—unlike that nasty martini my father would often have (story of that first taste here). The Drambuie was syrupy sweet and I marveled at the way the alcohol seemed to blow up inside my mouth. Alas, a sip was all I would get. My tastes today, contrary to Rose’s prediction, run to bourbon, but I still love the flavor of Drambuie, the Scotch-based liqueur. It and Read On »