What? You haven’t heard of a Thanksgiving Tree before? Don’t worry, many haven’t.
This Brie and cranberry tartlet recipe is so easy and has been served on several occasions.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas arriving faster each year, I appreciate simple holiday decor touches that are easy to put together.
Why wait until after Thanksgiving to enjoy a turkey sandwich with all of the fixings when you can make up and serve Thanksgiving turkey sandwich sliders as part of the meal? I did just that when entertaining a crowd for a Thanksgiving brunch.
As part of a holiday meal, mini roasted red potatoes, with diced rosemary, was prepared in advance giving time for the flavors to meld together.
Adding mini pumpkins to a white fence is a simple and easy way to add touches of a New England fall to your home.
When I posted my most recent photos of these New England style fall pumpkin topiaries, I only had two showing since I thought the three I had made for our previous home would overwhelm the portico, but once I added the mums, the three worked perfectly.
This morning, the book I grabbed off my shelf is a 1911 Boston Chamber of Commerce book, by George French, and I loved how he described the charm of New England.
This peach and apple sangria recipe was originally created in the fall to usher in September and kickoff the start of my autumn decorating and cooking, but this would be just as delicious as a spring or summer cocktail. I would just leave out the cinnamon stick.