Combining the savory flavors of bay, thyme, sage, rosemary, and garlic, this holiday turkey brine gives your Thanksgiving bird an extra boost of flavor that will have even your mother-in-law begging for the recipe! Wow friends and family alike with a Thanksgiving turkey that is both juicy and flavorful—who knew it was as easy as fresh herbs?
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This pumpkin sundae makes the most of fresh sage combining it with a deep, amber salted caramel sauce for a festive finale to any holiday meal. Whipped cream sweetened with brown sugar and a sprinkling of salted pepitas, or pumpkin seeds, adds a finishing touch that takes store-bought pumpkin ice cream to the next level.
Peanut brittle is a traditional holiday favorite, but pumpkin seed brittle is a fun way to add a little something new to the abundance of sweets found on buffet tables and in goody bags this time of year. Rosemary adds a woodsy winter scent, and pumpkin seeds are wholesome yet light. Delicious with a cup of good coffee or tea, this brittle is also a thoughtful gift when wrapped up in parchment paper and tucked into a festive tin.
This cheesy Ham and Herb Quiche with fresh rosemary, thyme, and parsley will steal the spotlight for your Easter brunch.
This is a dippable variation on a classic caprese salad (fresh tomatoes, basil and mozzarella). A provolone stands in for the traditional mozzarella in our version, though any mild melting cheese should work. As with a traditional caprese, it’s the zesty, fresh Basil that really takes center stage.