Whether you celebrate with breakfast in pajamas or a comfort food feast, we've got your Christmas menu covered.
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If you're fortunate enough to have a working fireplace, use it: This meal is best enjoyed in warm-and-cozy fashion. Whether guests are huddled by the fire or hunkered around a dining room table, they'll enjoy the classic, comforting flavors and ingredients in these recipes.
Dotted with grapes and piping a rosemary aroma as it emerges from the oven, this savory-sweet bread will make a big impact on your holiday table. All you'll need are a stand mixer and a bit of courage. Don't worry about dimpling the dough –– your fingerprints will create just the right amount of room for the grapes.
Alex roasts her chicken whole and then rests it breast-side down to allow the juices to flow back through the drier white meat. She also removes the bird from the oven when it is between 155 and 160 degrees F –– the temperature will go up a few degrees higher as it rests, making it safe to eat but not overcooked.
A mandoline is the optimal tool for slicing this colorful collection of beets, parsnips and sweet potatoes into super-thin rounds. Kelsey pickles the vegetables in cider vinegar with mustard and celery seeds before serving them with goat cheese for a doubly tangy side dish.