Glazed ham and roasted turkey are two of the most popular dishes for holiday feasts. Put a light spin on these classics by serving them as sliders. Here, a glazed ham is sliced, then served on warm, cheesy biscuits. A few small dollops of cranberry compote allow guests to easily dip the sliders.
Dessert is a fun item to bring to a potluck dinner, and while it can be tempting to try something new, it is safer to simply update an old standby. Prepare brownies according to package directions. Then, to create a glaze, melt semisweet chocolate, butter and a bit of sugar over low heat. Add a splash of your favorite red wine. Pour glaze over fresh-from-the-oven brownies and allow to cool for two hours; cut and serve.
This traditional kitchen has an Old World feel thanks to Talisman granite countertops, ivory glazed cabinetry on the perimeter and a maple-stain center island. Natural travertine tile acts as the gorgeous backsplash under the cabinetry.
Mushroom-colored walls and cabinets, combined with golden granite countertops and custom wood moldings, complete this Old-World kitchen remodel. A large dark-finished island complements the neutral tones in the space.