Headed to a holiday party this season? Everyone loves dessert, but what if you aren't Betty Crocker? No worries, just hit one of our five favorite places to pick up a holiday dessert.
Whether you're playing host or bringing a side dish to someone else's holiday gathering, preparing a delicious crowd-pleaser that's simple and affordable to make is a priority for many.
Creating holiday desserts that stand out doesn't have to be a daunting prospect.
This bar features a layer of pumpkin pie between what is essentially two oatmeal cookies.
Bring your lil' chef into the kitchen and let them whip up gorgeous treats, cakes, party food and edible decorations for the Christmas season! Here's a great, super easy recipe for your upcoming holiday party!
For many years now, the only gifts that the adult siblings give to each other in my family and my husband's family are homemade or none at all.
These very sweet and extremely kid-friendly cookies come from a recipe passed down by my husband's grandmother.
This recipe turns out soft, chewy, sweet and spicy cookies.
Budding cook Jasmine and Susan Caldwell, founder of Lil' Chef studios in North Hills, share how to make Stained Glass Cookies and Mini Bacon Quiche as part of your holiday culinary fare.
Christmas is the perfect time to get the kids into the kitchen. Make edible Christmas decorations and easy Christmas cakes for the day itself (and for Santa) and save money by making Christmas food gifts like cookies and cupcakes.
Try something new in the kitchen this holiday season.
Whether you're baking holiday cookies or brewing up hot drinkable desserts, 'tis the season for vanilla.
The key is to simplify your holiday menu by planning to use some of the same ingredients in your appetizers, main dishes and even breakfast.
Budding cooks Abby and Emily and Susan Caldwell, founder of Lil' Chef studios in North Hills, share how to make an edible Turkey Gobbler for the Thanksgiving dinner table and delicious Apple Dumplings for dessert.
In some parts of the country, hard cider has grown from a down-home project to a mass-marketed trendy drink. To brew your own requires few materials outside of care and cleanliness. David Shearer, owner of Pine Hill Orchard in Colrain, MA shared a few secrets about brewing your own hard cider. "Most
This year, take a cue from Jolly Old Saint Nick and enjoy some holiday treats guilt-free. Suzzette Shaw Goldmon, who is on the culinary faculty of The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham, shares some simple tips and recipes to make your holiday baking healthier.
Dietitian and Author Lisa Dorfman provides tips on how to indulge during the holidays and still get necessary nutrients.
Brian Shrader and Lisa Prince make spiced cider on this week's Local Dish.
Brian Shrader and Lisa Prince make Elizabeth Gardner's chocolate brownies.
Chef Chad McIntyre of Market Restaurant in Raleigh says Thanksgiving needs not be complicated to be perfect.
Brian Shrader and Lisa Prince, with the state agriculture department, cook up Bill Leslie's family recipe for Cheese Biscuits in this week's "Local Dish."
Kelcey Carlson's mom, Karyl, shares her healthy recipe for a holiday salad and dressing in this week's "Local Dish."
Maw Maw, Brian Shrader's grandma, shares her Dressing recipe with him and Lisa Prince, with the state agriculture department, in this week's "Local Dish."
It’s almost time for Thanksgiving, and the Local Dish is getting ready with some of WRAL’s morning crew’s favorite recipes. This week, it’s Elizabeth Gardner’s asparagus casserole.
Brian Shrader and Lisa Prince, with the state agriculture department, make Pumpkin Muffins in this week's "Local Dish."
You can use frozen berries, or save this recipe for spring.
WRAL's Lynda Loveland and Lisa Prince of the state Department of Agriculture bake up a tasty candybar cake.
A recipe for eggnog that takes about 20 minutes.
Apple-pecan cheesecake bars are easy to make and are easy-to-transport treats for holiday traveling.
WRAL's Lynda Loveland and Lisa Prince of the state Department of Agriculture bake up a tasty sweet potato pie
From start to finish this recipe takes 30 minutes and makes 30 sugarplums.
Unless you have a culinary degree, an incredibly steady hand and a few months to spare, you probably won't be able to recreate those breathtaking gingerbread houses that dazzle from bakeshop windows.
In preparing and consuming the Thanksgiving feast, specific steps can help to reduce the risk of contamination and food-borne illness.
Instructions on how to make one-pot dinner kits, including downloadable recipes and ready-to-print gift tags.