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Bacon Walnut Bread with Honey Butter

Bacon Walnut Bread with Honey Butter

Bacon Walnut Bread with Honey Butter

My savory loaf filled with bacon bits, walnuts and blue cheese dressing is complemented by the sweetness of honey-flavored butter. Cut yourself a thick slice, slather on the butter and enjoy!—Pam Ivbuls, Omaha, Nebraska

Fresh Cranberry Relish

Fresh Cranberry Relish

Fresh Cranberry Relish

This no-cook cranberry medley spiced with cinnamon and ginger is a wonderfully refreshing complement for a savory entree. The tartness mellows as the relish chills.—Deb Williams, Peoria, Arizona

Giblet Turkey Gravy

Giblet Turkey Gravy

Giblet Turkey Gravy

Gravy enhanced with giblets is traditional in our house. Try this hearty gravy with sage and a dash of wine and you’ll love it, too. —Jeff Locke, Arma, Kansas
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Herby-Almond Pasta Topper

Herby-Almond Pasta Topper

Herby-Almond Pasta Topper

Pasta and sauce make for a good base. For added color and crunch, dress them up with a sprinkling of fresh herbs and almonds. —Karen Berner, Taste of Home Chief Food Editor

Honey Blueberry Cobbler Jam

Honey Blueberry Cobbler Jam

Honey Blueberry Cobbler Jam

I work at a farmers market, and honey blueberry jam is my top seller. You've gotta taste it with fresh goat cheese and toasted candied pecans. —Krystal Wertman, Humble, Texas

Honeyed Cranberries

Honeyed Cranberries

Honeyed Cranberries

These juicy little treats taste like nature's own SweeTarts. And, oh, what they do to a bowl of oatmeal. James Schend, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin

Jerk-Spiced Mango Pineapple Chutney

Jerk-Spiced Mango Pineapple Chutney

Jerk-Spiced Mango Pineapple Chutney

I grew up eating mango, pineapple and spicy food, so enjoy the combination of these flavors. I try to make this chutney during the summer when the fruit is most flavorful and affordable. It's fine to adjust the spiciness according to your liking. You can serve this with any meat, but also with fish, such as salmon.—Sugiyarti Jorgenson, Kodiak, Alaska

Lemon-Parmesan Pasta Topper

Lemon-Parmesan Pasta Topper

Lemon-Parmesan Pasta Topper

For a tasty trio that brightens any pasta dish, combine grated Parmesan with lemon peel and garlic. Sprinkle on or pass around the table. —Karen Berner, Taste of Home Chief Food Editor

Old-Fashioned Coney Hot Dog Sauce

Old-Fashioned Coney Hot Dog Sauce

Old-Fashioned Coney Hot Dog Sauce

Camping and hot dogs go hand in hand. Roast some up over the fire, then top with this irresistible one-pot sauce. —Loriann Cargill Bustos, Phoenix, Arizona

Pear & Pine Nut Conserve

Pear & Pine Nut Conserve

Pear & Pine Nut Conserve

This easy conserve pairs perfectly with grilled or roasted meats, or it's great as a flavorful topping for warm toast or pound cake. Sweet and savory...eating it is like taking my taste buds on a quick trip to Tuscany!—Shannon Kohn, Simpsonville, South Carolina

Pickled Brussels Sprouts

Pickled Brussels Sprouts

Pickled Brussels Sprouts

This year, when I asked my brother what he wanted for his 31st birthday, he answered, "pickled Brussels sprouts." I had never even tasted a pickled Brussels sprout before. It's hard for me to say "no" to my younger brother, so he got his wish and thought the Brussels sprouts were delicious!—Heather King, Frostburg, Maryland
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