Slow Cooker Philly Steak Sandwich Meat
This makes a fantastic meat for Philly steak sandwiches. You can even use lower grade roasts and have this turn out. It also makes its own au jus if you like to dip as I do. To serve, sautee a sliced onion and sliced green pepper in a skillet. Put meat on a sub bun and top with onion and green pepper and Swiss or provolone cheese on top of that. Leave open-faced and broil until the cheese just starts to brown. The top of the bun will brown fast so don't broil that until the cheese has completely melted and just starts to show color.
Butternut Squash Cajun Fries
You'll love this yummy, salty, spicy, slightly sweet alternative to deep-fried French fries. Serve with ketchup or your favorite dipping sauce.
Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Vegetables With Thyme and Maple Syrup
Packed with flavor, these potatoes are a brilliant addition to any feast. Different from the norm, this dish will grace any table.
Apple Potato Pancakes
We love these on Sunday mornings but have been known to have them for dinner. Serve with sour cream.
Chef John's Creamy Corn Pudding
Corn pudding doesn't get the same attention as some other holiday side dishes, but it's a real crowd-pleaser that pairs perfectly with all your favorite special-occasion meats.
Amazing Apple Butter
I decided I wanted to attempt to make apple butter for the first time, so I searched everywhere for a recipe. There were so many to choose from, that I was confused on which one to pick, so I decided to take bits and pieces from a few of the best ones and come up with my own version. The result is 'Amazing Apple Butter.'