If you’ve been intimidated by shortbread, this recipe really is easy. The addition of cornstarch keeps it flaky and light. Give them a try, they’re superb.
A favorite holiday dish, beef Wellington is beef fillet slathered with pate, covered in a dice of mushrooms, wrapped in puff pastry, and baked.
Want to party like the Earl of Grantham? These old-school gingerbread biscuits are very nearly the closest thing served at Downton Abbey.
A fun side dish that also tastes exceptionally good. Rolls of cheese-filled garlic bread in a tear-and-share loaf, they make a terrific snack, too.
A tender-crumbed, gently spiced cake full of ginger and pumpkin spice flavor. A lemon glaze soaks into the cake, giving it a sweet-tangy boost.
A full plate of buttery shortbread, covered with caramel and chocolate is going to be a big hit at your next holiday shindig. Make enough to share!
This is one of those ubiquitous party dips that tastes so much better when you make it yourself. And who knew it was so easy? You’ll never buy artichoke dip again!
This rosemary-garlic sourdough bread is a stunning centerpiece loaf that will fill the kitchen with a delightfully aromatic smell.
Banoffee (banana+toffee!) pie is a British classic. And for good reason–it’s absolutely delicious. Sweet, smooth, and topped with peanut butter whipped cream.
Sweet, sticky, and classic. What else matters when you’re looking for a traditional dessert that tastes as good as this one does?