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Toasted Spiced Ham Drizzled in Honey
Michael Chiarello's sugar-and-spice holiday ham gets a warm winter rub with cinnamon and a classic honey glaze.
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Thyme for Yorkshire Pudding
Roast-beef pan drippings, thyme and an eggy batter combine for hot, puffed bread-basket indulgences in just five ingredients.
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Cornish Hens Au Vin
Cornish hens are celebratory but inexpensive; in Claire Robinson's quick fix, they're flavored with white wine and garlic.
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Spiced Stone Fruit Chutney
Dried cherries and apricots take an elegant turn after a soak in chai-infused pomegranate juice; toasted pecans are mixed in for crunch.
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Alton's Rice Pilaf earns its Good Eats reputation with a hint of orange, a taste of bay leaves and stir-ins including golden raisins, peas and pistachios.
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Winter is prime time for escarole; here it's chopped and mixed with red onion, green olives and celery in a refreshing and fast starter or side salad.
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Combine vanilla vodka, cranberry juice and lime juice with fresh juice from tiny, sweet clementines for a citrusy twist on a popular cocktail.
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Mocha Meringue Bark
With just a few ingredients, stir up a batch of cocoa-coffee meringues for a sophisticated but simple gift for friends and family.
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