It’s chilly and gray outside, you have a ton of holiday shopping to do, and there isn’t much that can cheer you up – except, of course, for cinnamon rolls.
Sparkling Wine is synonymous with celebration, so it's no surprise that sparkling cocktails can pull your holiday event together with a simple pour, stir and twist.
Walking into a room full of festively dressed total strangers who will all stare at you and judge you mercilessly is really intimidating for many people.
Should you find yourself with the exciting and rare predicament of having leftover pie, is it best to store it in the refrigerator?
We are knee-deep in the season of total gluttony. You can hear the dips calling your name, the cider and wine and eggnog and cookies and PIE!
Dessert custards all share something in common: a silky texture and impossibly rich flavor. But what marks the difference between pot de crème and crème caramel, or pastry cream and pudding?
What happened to 2014? Hanukkah is just days away, and with less than two weeks to go before Christmas, it’s officially time for those ubiquitous year-in-review roundups.
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Quiche is one of the most beloved and easy recipes for entertaining a crowd: with a few eggs, some cheese and whatever add-ins strike your fancy you can create a tasty and filling meal in about an hour.
Slow cookers are a trusty go-to for large pieces of meat like pot roast and pulled pork, but what’s not as known is the fact that they can make many a mean side dish, too.
“Where can I find a nice Pinot Grigio?” is a common refrain in every wine shop — and with good reason.
The arctic chill has already set in and we have the cure for the next polar vortex –a hot cocktail. It’s never frowned upon to pour a little booze into your cup of coffee late in the evening, but there are a lot more delicious and complex combinations just waiting for you to try.
Combining things that it is unthinkable to combine is the height of art in cooking. Ramen burgers, cherpumples, the lambpigcow (a side of Wagyu wrapped around 24 deboned quail, a dozen chickens, eight ducks, six turkeys, two lambs, and a pig)—they exist as the juxtaposition of things we want already, as individual elements, intensified by association.
Traditional lasagna is delicious –nobody would ever deny that. But sometimes you want to do something more interesting than just heat up a Stouffer’s five-cheese lasagna or spend an entire Sunday assembling your Nonna’s classic mozzarella and meat sauce dish.
Lamb is having a moment. Chefs and restaurants all over the country are putting lamb back on the menu, often spotlighting underused cuts of meat.
Search for slow cooker entrées on the Internet, and you’ll find there’s no shortage of recipes online.
Pot pie is one of the ultimate comfort foods and is surprisingly easy to make. You can assemble it ahead of time for a dinner party and it's the perfect dish to feed a crowd - you can use anything from a pie plate to a 9x13 pan or even larger casserole dish.
Christmas cookies are always a welcome addition to any holiday party, but the same old sugar cookies just won’t cut it this time around.