We’ve partnered with the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association to share holiday-ready hacks straight from the freezer aisle that’ll help you cut down on prep, cook time, and food waste this season.


I love everything about the winter season: the twinkly lights; warm, crackling fires; Christmas carols on the radio; classic holiday movies with my kids. It’s also one of my favorite times of year to open up our home and have people over—whether it’s for snacks and drinks or for a full sit-down dinner.

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: December Week 2

This week’s meal plan is all about eating something familiar with a possibly new-to-you flavor. Dig into Honey Mustard Baked Salmon, Pork Chops with Ginger Pear Sauce, Black Rice Bowls with Tofu, Flank Steak Stir Fry, and Chicken Pad Thai! #simplyrecipes #weeknightdinnerrecipes #weeklymealplans #whatsfordinner #easyweeknightdinners #feedingfamilies

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Simply Recipes 2019 Gift Guide: Kids Who Love to Cook

Shopping for the kiddo in your life that loves to cook or bake? Let the Simply Team help! With inspiring books, gadgets, and attire, finding that perfect gift has never been easier.

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31 Highly Festive Holiday Cookie Recipes From Our Favorite Bakers

This time of year signifies a great many things: gatherings of loved ones, thoughtful gift exchanges, feasting galore. It’s also the time for long-standing family traditions, whether it’s breaking out that precious set of heirloom china for the big holiday dinner, assembling around the piano for a round of caroling after the meal, or baking up a batch of special-occasion cookies to enjoy by a crackling fire at the end of the evening, mug of cocoa in hand.

In fact, to us, nothing says “the holidays” more than these special-occasion cookies. Whether the recipes have been passed down to us from our great, great-grandparents, or brought into the family from a magazine clipping or church cookbook over the years, they usually have a meaningful story, and always bring good holiday cheer.

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While some people like to only use homemade broth, we think that high-quality store-bought broth works great and is very convenient. Broth is available in either cans or aseptic packages. While I like the aseptically packaged broth better because it …

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You couldn’t pay me enough to roast a 17-pound turkey any other day of the year. Unless you’re my editor and you’re paying me to roast a 17-pound turkey next summer, which will probably happen. Totally cool. My point is: While the bird doesn’t translate well to beyond-holiday meals, the sides do. So all those Thanksgiving recipes you couldn’t fit into your menu this year? Make them. This week or next week or next month. Holiday food can be random-Tuesday food, too. Let’s keep the celebration going.


Brussels Sprouts With Bacon Plus Something Else

When our test kitchen started developing its best brussels sprouts with bacon, of course we had Thanksgiving on the brain. But as I tested batch after batch, I thought of them less as a side and more as a main. Crack a couple of soft-boiled eggs on top and serve buttered toast or boiled potatoes alongside. Or, my favorite, toss the whole thing with hot pasta (half a pound of any short shape does the trick) and call it a day. Bonus points for grated Parm or pec on top, but you knew that already.

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: December Week 1

We are full steam ahead into wrapping up 2019 with easy weeknight recipes. This week’s meal plan features Easy Chicken Parmesan, Quick and Easy Shrimp with Angel Hair Pasta, Frittata with Potatoes, Red Peppers, and Spinach, then finishes strong with Vermont Maple Syrup Pork Chops. Yum!

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17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream
17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream

Picture this: It’s the day after Thanksgiving, and your fridge is just filled to the brim. And, tucked away behind stacks of Thanksgiving leftovers, there are at least three half-empty cartons of heavy cream you threw in haphazardly amidst the dinner storm. Now, imagine that you face the remnants and their looming expiration dates, yet you have no desire to eat another dollop of whipped cream. The best news? You don’t have put that cream to waste—instead, you can make one of the 17 delicious recipes that follow. Heck, you might even start buying cream just so you can make them all, year-round!

1. Caramelized Cream Eggs from Ideas in Food

The easiest, most rewarding thing to do with cream (should we just end this list early?)? Fry eggs—or pork chops, carrots, onions, anything, really—in it. As the liquid cooks down in a skillet, it separates out into a layer of butterfat and buttermilk, steaming the eggs and caramelizing them at the same time.

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25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere
25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere

Good things come in tin cans. Case in point: sardines, whole tomatoes, beans galore—and coconut milk. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Coconut milk is one sexy, dreamy canned good. It’s sweet but not cloyingly so, rich but not heavy. It’s cheap! It adds depth to the savory and the sweet, from soup to sweet potatoes to cake. Its creamy, dairy-like qualities make it a vegan’s best friend—and it can be your best friend, too.

Here are 25 ways to make friends with coconut milk:

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10 Leftover Turkey Recipes That Don't Start With 'Thanksgiving' or End With 'Sandwich'
10 Leftover Turkey Recipes That Don't Start With 'Thanksgiving' or End With 'Sandwich'
10 Leftover Turkey Recipes That Don't Start With 'Thanksgiving' or End With 'Sandwich'
10 Leftover Turkey Recipes That Don't Start With 'Thanksgiving' or End With 'Sandwich'

It’s almost Thanksgiving! Have you signed up for our newsletter yet? Leading up to the big day, get all the best tips from Food52 editors right to your inbox. Today, we’re talking about Thanksgiving leftovers, namely what to do with all that leftover turkey. Tuck in:


Whether you stuff rolls with slices of turkey and ham, or spoonfuls of green bean casserole and creamy mashed potatoes—the Thanksgiving leftover sandwich is as classic as the bird itself. But even tried-and-true favorites can get a bit stale; there’re only so many sandwiches you can stomach.

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