Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato

Use this recipe for how to make gravy, and your Turkey dinner will be ready to serve in no time.
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
Make this recipe ahead: Let the pie cool to room temperature, cover, and refrigerate for up to 2 days. Reheat, covered with foil, in a 350° F oven. Try these other hearty vegetarian casseroles:
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, and molasses ensure this quick bread is bursting with warm, complex flavors and an earthy spiciness.
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
Make this gooey, cheesy crowd-pleaser up to one day in advance.
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
Fresh corn kernels provide extra texture and juicy sweetness to this comforting spoon bread. Serve warm or at room temperature; it’s the perfect side for a big bowl of chili.
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
When the weather turns cold, you just might crave our Applesauce Spice Cake. It’s one of those desserts that tastes like fall, with a bit of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and vanilla. And it’s a snap to make. Nearly two cups of chunky applesauce take the place of oil and help create a dense, moist cake, flecked with raisins. The finished product is intensely spiced, so it needs very little in the way of accessories—add a dust of confectioners’ sugar and a scoop of vanilla ice cream, and dive in. Bake it the afternoon before an autumn dinner party, and display it on a cake stand when guests arrive.
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
You can assemble the strata and refrigerate, unbaked, for up to 24 hours.
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato
By Sara Quessenberry and Rori Trovato