Pilaf, which is traditionally made with rice, can contain a variety of different ingredients depending on the culture cooking it. This adaptation takes on an Italian spin: with celery, carrots, onion, thyme, and oregano. And a handful of raisins to add some sweetness.
These pretzels are soft and chewy. The aromas are of cozy times indoors on chilly days, but the ingredients are not especially tied to a particular season. Try this raisin cinnamon swirl pretzel recipe anytime you want a warm bite of nostalgia.
Suet pudding is a holiday pudding made with beef or lamb fat. Try this rendition engulfed in a rich vanilla sauce.
Pilaf with cashews and raisins is a traditional Bengali dish. Usually served with meat curry, the flavors of spices, ghee and rice together is a riot.
Explore this rustic castagnaccio cake from Italy, made with chestnuts and dried fruit.
Sweet brittles are the perfect snack to keep around your house during the holidays for hungry guests to munch on.
Showcase fresh, juicy figs in a simple parfait that perfect all day from breakfast till dessert, and everything in between.
Adapt this recipe as you go, add more vegetables and replace what is here for those you have at hand – but keep the spices the same for a deep, bold flavor.
The combination of the savory, spice filled waffles with the tart apple cider syrup and sweet, golden raisins is the perfect start to a Fall day.
A bevy of aromatic spices flavor these fluffy muffins that can be filled with any dried fruit or nut of your choice.
This pie is a beloved Croatian version of cheesecake-like desserts with two layers of pastry surrounding the creamy filling.
Enjoy this awesome curried chicken salad with golden raisins, lime and honey recipe from Serge Lescouarnec.
A sweet and savory take on the Indian samosas, these pastries are stuffed with apples and raisins.
Celebrate Fall with these apple raisin bars from Family Circle
Tamara Novacoviç with a bread recipe that can pose as a “typical” bread from many different countries.
In Prague, Easter celebrations are more about welcoming spring than anything else.
Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack shares her secret family recipe for the classic Mexican Lent bread pudding Capirotada.
Natalie McLaury checks out the magazines, and decides to welcome spring with this asparagus dish.