A Scottish staple, (and an Irish one before that), that came about when the Scots adopted potatoes into their gardens in the late 18th Century.

Puff pastry topped with caramelized onions, anchovies and olives makes a deliciously rich appetizer or snack, served warm or cold.

A French classic- chicken in wine.

Garlicky, crisp-roasted wings tossed in lemon juice just before serving.

A pretty pink, sweet yet tart, drink that matches the Prince's pink satin jacket, and disposition, like no other cocktail could.

Petit fours are sponge cake, filled with raspberry jam and buttercream frosting, and covered in pourable fondant.

Packed in-shell with a decadent compound butter, serve these meaty morsels with a loaf of crusty bread and a sharply dressed green salad to balance the butter’s richness.

Tender, moist cupcakes with a sweet, fruity buttercream.

Dark, delicious, no-fuss drop cookies with a sophisticated blend of holiday spices.

A delicious mix of golden cornbread, crisp bits of pork and savoury vegetables straight from the Ridge that will have everyone around your Thanksgiving table asking for seconds.

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A delicious make-ahead grilled vegetable salad. Great as a side or even as a main dish for the vegetarians at your annual backyard BBQ.

Stories and photos from the Grandfather Mountain Gathering in North Carolina.

Photos and stories about Theresa Carle-Sanders newly renovated Outlander Kitchen.

Suggestions from Outlander Kitchen about what to drink while watching the final episode of Season 1 of Outlander on Starz.

This isn't going to be easy, and there's not a food on earth that pairs well with Wentworth Prison -- instead, let's toast our favourite fictional hero, and have a few drams to get through the night.

Buttery and bacony appetizers inspired by Ellen Fraser’s boar tusk bracelets, passed on to Claire by Jenny.