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Savor the Sweets

It’s the time of year we get to indulge our sweet tooth. Cookie swaps, nostalgic baked goods, and treats in our stockings. We’ve put together a collection for this holiday season, from pies for entertaining to sweet gift ideas. Plus we’ve thrown in a few bits of inspiration from around the web to inspire your holiday baking. 

1. Baked Pumpkin Donuts with a Chocolate Glaze 2. Black Jet Pies

3. Holiday Cookies 4. Salted Caramel Cheesecake

Treat Spiced Pecans featured in Martha Stewart Living

Looks like we’re not the only ones craving these tasty treats…

A little but spicy, a little bit sweet, these melt in your mouth pecans are the perfect compliment to any cheese board. They’re harvested fresh and sourced directly from farmers in Georgia. Now available in the November Tasting Box. Try them for yourself!

Besides, if they’re good enough for Martha, they’re good enough for us!

Bird is the Word: Getting Ready for Thanksgiving
I distinctly remember the first Thanksgiving I hosted on my own. My fiance, Rob, and I had a home in North Carolina and we had just remodeled the kitchen (with our own two hands). I wanted to leave my mark on the meal and I decided the turkey was the thing to tackle. Everything I had read about turkey indicated that brining was the only way to go. 
For some reason (at least in our families) the men always seemed to be responsible for the turkey, so I had to stake my claim that the bird was mine and the bird would be brined. 
The turkey turned out amazing. And it was really quite easy, probably the easiest part of pulling together the feast.
We have three turkey videos this Thanksgiving because I’m just a tad bit obsessed about making sure the turkey turns out damn good. The turkey itself (love this Heritage variety), how to brine it, and the tools for roasting. Hit me up on Facebook if you have questions about preparing your turkey this year!

Bird is the Word: Getting Ready for Thanksgiving

I distinctly remember the first Thanksgiving I hosted on my own. My fiance, Rob, and I had a home in North Carolina and we had just remodeled the kitchen (with our own two hands). I wanted to leave my mark on the meal and I decided the turkey was the thing to tackle. Everything I had read about turkey indicated that brining was the only way to go. 

For some reason (at least in our families) the men always seemed to be responsible for the turkey, so I had to stake my claim that the bird was mine and the bird would be brined. 

The turkey turned out amazing. And it was really quite easy, probably the easiest part of pulling together the feast.

We have three turkey videos this Thanksgiving because I’m just a tad bit obsessed about making sure the turkey turns out damn good. The turkey itself (love this Heritage variety), how to brine it, and the tools for roasting. Hit me up on Facebook if you have questions about preparing your turkey this year!

Sunset Magazine’s Thanksgiving Picks

We’re thrilled to be featured in this month’s Sunset Magazine! Emily Olson, our Artisan Food Expert has selected Thanksgiving picks from Joyus.com for a hassle free, “Mail-Order Thanksgiving”.

Check out her top picks. Leave a comment on our blog or video pages and let us know what you think!

Fall Flavors: Pumpkin Spice

This time of year pumpkin spice seems to be everywhere. Before we get the chance to indulge in a slice of pie during Thanksgiving, we get a little taste in our lattes, granola, pancakes, and donuts. What’s not to love about the comforting combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves? Here’s a quick recipe if you want to make it at home. You’ll need it to make some of these recipes we’re loving or make it easy and keep a stash of these delicately spiced caramels.

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes | Pumpkin Spice Lattes | Pumpkin Spice Granola | Pumpkin Spice Churros

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