We have all your dishes covered, whether you’re hosting a Holiday get-together, New Year’s Eve soiree, or need last-minute potluck inspiration.
With the holidays fast-approaching, it’s time to nail down your holiday menu. The Made In Kitchen has curated a group of recipes that will be a joy to cook and delight even the pickiest of eaters. These dishes are full of make-ahead steps and can be served at room temperature to allow your guests to come and go as they please. Whether you need quick recipe inspiration for a potluck or are hosting a group for a New Year’s Eve soiree, we’ve got you covered from cocktail to dessert.
With the exception of the Apple Crumble Pie recipe, our holiday menu was created by our Creative Culinary Director Rhoda Boone for the Made In Kitchen.
Skip the electronic version and make your mulled wine in the original slow cooker, the Dutch Oven. Red wine and brandy combined with cinnamon, cloves, and star anise makes for the quintessential warming holiday drink. Bonus: it will make your home smell amazing!
Ham is a staple holiday dish, but that doesn’t mean it has to be dry or boring. This recipe includes a homemade sweet and spicy glaze that’s an easy way to dress up a store-bought smoked ham. It comes together in just 2 hours, but tastes like it took all day and couldn’t be a prettier centerpiece for your table.
No holiday plate is complete without dinner rolls, with a bonus if they’re homemade and fresh from the oven. This recipe is crafted in our Dutch Oven to ensure perfectly browned tops and pillowy-soft interiors.
A classic French side for a reason, this bright dish combines fresh green beans with shallots and toasted almonds, plus a touch of high-heat char from our Carbon Steel Frying Pan.
Cheesy potatoes are standard holiday fare, but can quickly become rote and tired—step up your flavors with this recipe for shingled potatoes with sage and Gruyère.
Brighten up the monotony of beige holiday food with this verdant massaged kale salad, studded with pomegranate and maple-glazed carrots and topped with creamy crumbled goat cheese.
Courtesy of our favorite dessert person, this pie combines the best parts of an apple crisp and apple pie with an oat-flecked crumble atop a classic apple pie filling.
During the holiday season, what you serve your meals on is just as important as what’s on the plate. Bring modern elegance to your table this holiday season with our Tabletop Collection, whether you’re proudly displaying your hot honey ham on a Serving Platter or serving up your mulled wine in Coffee Mugs.
Stainless Clad Cookware is a staple for any home chef, whether you’re the hosting house for all holiday get-togethers or are assembling your potluck contribution at the last minute. Whether you’re using the Saucepan to assemble the hot honey glaze or browning your glazed carrots with a Frying Pan, these are staple building blocks that can be used time and time again.
Roasting Pans get their due during the holidays, making them an essential part of hosting and entertaining. Whether you’re slow-roasting your turkey or baking your ham, level up from the grocery store foil pans and invest in a Carbon Steel Roasting Pan that will take your proteins from good to great.
Sharp, dependable Knives are the backbone of every great kitchen, make prep a breeze, and reduce the amount of accidents in your kitchen. The Chef Knife is our go-to for any and all purposes, while a Carving Knife is important to have for any host looking to carve their protein with the care it deserves. Since all of our Knives are crafted by 5th generation bladesmiths in the Knife capital of the world, you can rest assured you’re getting a Knife you can rely on.
There’s a reason Dutch Ovens are passed down from generation to generation—they’re a true heirloom piece that can handle almost any technique, tool, or recipe you can throw at it. It’s an indispensable piece of cookware always, but in the colder months it’s our go-to for anything from mulled wine to rolls.
Whether you’re trying your hand at a pie recipe for the first time or want to display your 100-year old family recipe in a beautiful dish, professional-quality Bakeware is easy to justify for all levels of bakers. The holiday menu calls for the 8x8 Baking Dish and a deep Pie Dish—but we can guarantee that you’ll soon want to build an entire French Porcelain collection.