Tenderloin has a wonderful texture, but its flavor can be a bit bland.
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Pork is especially popular in Denmark, where it’s the centerpiece of our Christmas table.
Lighter than sushi, this hors d’oeuvre features the delicious contrast between silky raw tuna and crunchy rice crackers.
This layered ice cream cake with its regal crown of meringue always elicits oohs and aahs.
This Mexican stew featuring chiles and hominy is perfect party food: it feeds a crowd and the toppings passed around the table add to the festive nature of the dish.
Cured salmon (gravad lax) is quintessentially Scandinavian.
Apple cider, fresh herbs, and a touch of cinnamon bring the flavor of the Northeast to this bird.
This recipe reimagines the classic whiskey-spiked Irish coffee as a decadent mocha layer cake filled with coffee-whiskey whipped cream and topped with white and dark chocolate shavings.
These trifles of caramelized oat-rye-spelt clusters, vanilla-infused applesauce, and whipped cream are a riff on a classic Scandinavian dessert known as Veiled Country Lass.
This roast beef tenderloin looks glamorous and tastes amazing, yet it's practically foolproof.
This bright, fresh salad is a wonderful contrast to the other rich dishes in the Nordic Christmas Feast menu.
Soft, rich, and worlds better than store-bought, these gorgeous, buttery dinner rolls are easier to make than you may think.
With just a few seasonings rubbed on a day ahead, a slow-roasted fresh ham (that is, an uncured, unsmoked hind leg of a hog), becomes a juicy, fork-tender, and fragrant holiday centerpiece.
This comforting dish of stuffed pasta in a hearty broth is a holiday tradition in northern Italy.
Inspired by fregolatas (large, crisp Italian cookies flavored with almonds and cornmeal), this sturdy bar-cookie-disguised-as-a-tart features a tangy cranberry filling between two tender layers of almond-cornmeal shortbread.
This boiled candy is a good one to have in your repertoire because it’s so versatile.
This classic combination is rich and flavorful, but thanks to thin sheets of homemade pasta, it’s also light and delicate.
If Britain has a holiday culinary showstopper; it's got to be beef Wellington.
These classic holiday cookies can be cut into any size and shape, and you can change the flavor of the dough with one of the variations below.
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