Ali Rosen is the Host of NYC Life’s Emmy-nominated food show Potluck with Ali, now in its 12th season. Ali is also the author of the cookbook, Bring It!: Tried and True Recipes for Potlucks and Casual Entertaining. She is a frequent contributor to Dr. Oz and has appeared everywhere from the Today Show to People Magazine.
Nuts and Herbs Cheese Log
Even beginner cooks can add a homemade touch when entertaining with this easy recipe for an elegant goat cheese log that can be made up to five days before your party.
Loaded Mashed Potatoes
It's a mashed potato mash-up! Your favorite creamy mashed potatoes meet loaded potato skins in this crowd-pleasing mash studded with crispy twice-baked potato skins, bacon, and chives.
The Easiest One-Step Perfect Turkey
Forget messy brining bags and long ingredients lists with this 5-ingredient dry-brined turkey. Whether it's your first turkey or your 20th, you'll love the simplicity of Ali's go-to turkey recipe.
Eggnog French Toast with Bacon
How do you turn French toast into a festive holiday dish? With eggnog and bacon, of course! We'll show you a quick (and fluffy) blender eggnog and an easy way to make bacon for a crowd.
Orange Chestnut Salad
This 6-ingredient salad is a light and bright addition to your winter table. In this recipe, you'll learn how to supreme an orange and make a miso-sherry dressing from scratch.
Fig and Nutmeg Cranberry Sauce
Homemade cranberry sauce is easier to make than you think. This 10-minute whole cranberry sauce uses dried figs and pistachios for extra seasonal flair and pleasing texture.
Cranberry Matcha Sugar Cookies
If you love decorated sugar cookies but not artificial food coloring, try Ali's novel twist on the classic using dried red cranberries and a dusting of green matcha powder.
Cranberry and Turkey Puff Pastry Bites
These herby bites are full of holiday elegance, but they come together fast thanks to store-bought shortcuts. Even better, you can prep them in advance for a quick bake-and-serve app to impress.
Rosemary and Clove Lamb Chops
The best holiday recipes are quick AND impressive—like these savory broiled lamb chops that cook up in under 10 minutes thanks to high heat in the oven.