1. Beer Braised Sausages | Hungry for the Holidays
These sausages are a quick and easy dish that take only minutes to cook up. For extra credit, make your very own homemade mustard...your guests will thank you.
2. Stuffed Pork Loin Roast | Hungry for the Holidays
Stuffed with raisins, herbs and shallots and roasted on a bed of yellow onions, this pork loin is a superb centerpiece for your holiday table.
3. Easy Ham Recipe - How to Bake a Ham
A delicious ham turns any gathering into a special occasion. It's easy to prepare a ham, too.
4. Orange Glazed Ham
Have you ever tried to boil a ham at home? This recipe takes little effort to prepare and tastes delicious. It is so easy to make and you can use leftovers for ham sandwiches and other recipes in the week.
5. Cajun Honey-Baked Ham
This easy, delicious recipe is perfect for entertaining during a holiday when you have to feed a ton of people with one awesome dish.Using beer, wildflower honey and spices, chef Guas puts together a simple glaze for that traditional Easter dinner's honey-baked ham, but with his own Creole twist. Called a fete ham, this is customary to eat on Easter in the Louisiana Bayou. He suggests serving it sliced with mustard and bread rolls for a big, crowd-pleasing meal.
6. The Best Roast Turkey Recipe
With this perfect simple recipe, dry and tasteless turkey is a thing of the past. Cooking without stuffing reduces the cooking time thereby preventing the bird from drying out. Covering with butter, bacon and foil also helps lock in the flavors for a wonderfully rich, moist buttery turkey. It also produces juices that can be used to make a great gravy . The times quoted here are for a 4.5kg turkey. See below for other cooking times.
7. Citrus-Rubbed Turkey with Cider Gravy
A citrus-salt rub the night before results in a succulent turkey; a sprinkle of paprika adds extra flavor and a deep, dark color.
8. Easy, Cheesy Bacon Meatloaf
A bite of this meatloaf tastes like a bacon cheeseburger without the bun. Ground beef is mixed with sharp cheddar, grated onion, garlic, and ketchup; formed into a loaf; and covered with bacon slices. After it’s baked, a quick broil makes the bacon on top extra crispy. The whole thing’s so easy you’ll have time to spare, which you could use to make homemade potato tots to serve on the side.
9. Gordon Ramsay - Christmas Turkey with Gravy
Gordon says: 'This is my favourite way to roast turkey – with a savoury butter under the skin to keep the breast meat moist and flavourful.'
10. Swedish Meatball
There a loads of meatball recipes from all over the world but the smaller Swedish version made of beef and pork have always been particularly popular. Here is our version of this great dish, without the flat-pack furniture!