Add these seasonal recipes to your own collection. From springtime favorites to summer grilling and holiday all-stars, our recipes help you celebrate seasonal flavors at their best.
This easy peasant-style quick bread is perfect for making cold summer sandwiches.
Liven up your outdoor entertaining -- or just refresh your family's thirst -- with this simple fruit-infused tea. Orange and lemon accompany the mint that flavor this summer iced tea.
Since this slow cooker recipe calls for canned and frozen fruit, you can mix up this cozy dessert any time of year. Don't be intimidated by the dumpling topping it starts with packaged muffin mix, so it's quick and easy.
This elegant and easy sauce provides a pleasant tartness to chicken. It also would be stunning with a grilled turkey breast or slathered on pork.
Liven up your outdoor entertaining with this simple fruit-infused iced tea.
Perfect for warming up on a cold day, this tangy cider is a holiday favorite. If you're planning for a party, double the ingredients and heat in a slow cooker.
Hosting a party? Make this fruity iced tea ahead. It's easy to double the recipe if entertaining a crowd.
For best results, use fresh-squeezed lemon juice in this puckery-sweet drink recipe. Be sure to try the peachy version too.
The Cornish hens need to chill several hours so prepare them ahead of your cookout or dinner.
Strawberry syrup is mixed with champagne for this light party drink.
Crisp, fine-crumbed pecan shortbread is a holiday classic and perfect for gift giving. When purchasing pecans or other nuts for baking, consider how they will be used. If nuts will be chopped, purchase less expensive "pieces," saving pricy pecan halves for recipes that feature whole nuts.
When cooked correctly, collards offer up amazing flavors and a huge bonus of vitamin A. Swiss chard makes a good substitute if you can't find collard greens.
When there's a bit of eggnog left over from the gathering, use it to flavor coffee.
Creamy risotto is taken up a notch with the addition of butternut squash. You can use acorn or kaboucha squash instead, if that's what's available at your market.