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Dorothy Dean presents: Classic Italian cookie is so nice, it’s baked twice

Preheat the oven and tie on your apron – there’s baking to be done! Friday is National Cookie Day, and what better way to celebrate than to whip up a batch to fill your cookie jar (and belly). So, get ready to level up your baking game because we’re making a cookie that’s so nice, it’s baked twice: biscotti.

Dorothy Dean presents: Stuffed acorn squash is a hearty and versatile all-in-one meal

One of fall’s most popular vegetables, winter squash, is here in abundance. Colorfully lining carts, tables and displays at farmers markets and grocery stores, squash is just waiting to be transformed into a delicious dish at your table. Squash has a subtle sweet and buttery flavor, so it pairs well with just about anything. 

Dorothy Dean presents: Scrumptious snickerdoodle recipe is a piece of cake (mix)

Ease into all the holiday baking to come with a cookie recipe so simple, it’s literally a piece of cake. Made with just five ingredients, including a box of cake mix, these snickerdoodle cookies are irresistibly scrumptious, and a batch comes together in no time. White cake mix is combined with melted butter and an egg.

Dorothy Dean presents: Swiss steak is a comforting and hearty meal

Before making swiss steak, I hadn’t a clue what it was. During a phone call with my mom, she brought up a dish that consisted of beef that was braised in a tomato gravy with onions. The way she nostalgically raved about its rich sauce and tender meat, I was intrigued and knew I had to give it a try.

Dorothy Dean presents: Light and savory clouds are an egg-citing new breakfast dish

Eggs. They’ve been over easy, scrambled, poached and boiled – you know, the usual. From sunny side up to frittatas, we’ve had this protein-packed breakfast star in every way possible – or have we? If you haven’t heard of “egg clouds” (also called “egg nests”), it’s an egg-citingly new and fun way to enjoy the first meal of the day.

Dorothy Dean presents cheesecake brownies with a cherry on top

Did you know nearly every day of the year is dedicated to honoring food or a culinary creation? This month alone has more than 40 food holidays celebrating things like jelly beans, shrimp scampi, pecans, pretzels, empanadas and oatmeal cookies.