A look at what you loved last month.
At the start of each month, we'll be looking back at the most popular recipes from the previous one, stopping just short of ten and giving you a "half"—not a recipe, but a helpful tip, trip, or cocktail instead.
Whew. I don’t know about y’all, but after all the turkey and potatoes and pie, I took a nice long post-Thanksgiving nap. And what do you know? Now we’re suddenly in December, the last month of the year. Which means hot cocoa and a good book by the fire, decked-out gingerbread houses, and golden glazed hams.
But before we dive into all of that holiday magic (you know I mean cookies), let’s take a quick look back at November and everything it had to offer. The recipes were cozy and comforting, and still things we're excited to cook this month. Unsurprisingly, loads of Thanksgiving classics made it to your tables, but we’ve got a couple of sweet surprises, too (I'm looking at you, Swedish Gooey Chocolate Cake!).
And, as usual, we've also included a "half": not quite a full recipe, but a very useful trick, tip, or cocktail that you couldn't get enough of. Scroll down to check it out...
What a delicious feast, but wait—you were promised one more half! Senior Editor Eric Kim searched high and low for the very best way to cook boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Find out everything he learned here:
What was the best thing you cooked or baked in November? Let us know in the comments section below!