Spruce up your snacking with this easy trail mix bark. Simply melt dark chocolate and top with a Vanilla Glazed mix and a sprinkle of sea salt.
We love a good brunch and Cherry Creek’s Narrative restaurant has debuted a new menu complete with storied cocktails to help you relax on the weekends.
What lies between San Francisco and Los Angeles on the California coast? Agriculture, a ton of history and of course, wine. Take a taste of the California coastline with Four Vines.
You’ve probably had your fair share of California Pinot Noir, but how about from Oregon? The state has some great wine growing regions to discover. Not sure where to start? Check out these favorite Oregon Pinot Noir bottles from Jackson Family Wines.
Nduja? Huh? What is that? Let us tell you! This spicy, spreadable, Italian pork sausage is our new favorite ingredient to keep on hand. Here’s why you should have nduja in your fridge, along with some recipes.
Bordered by four countries and with a long, varied history of being a part of different states and empires, Slovenia is today an independent country with a beautiful melody of languages, cultures and cuisines. Check out these 10 must-try Slovenian foods and drinks that recall the history of its neighbors and its landscapes.
Having just released this spring, Ah-So Rosé is the first canned wine to come out of Spain. Check out our thoughts on this 100% estate-grown sipper.
People from all over the globe flock to Colorado’s mountain towns during the winter for great skiing, and while we love the snowy slopes of Frisco, we especially love this food-friendly town in the summer. It’s the perfect getaway when you need to cool down. Here’s why.
We love our dogs like they are our own kids. And while vacations are fun, we are always sad when we have to leave our four-legged friend behind. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite dog-friendly hotels in the US. While there are many more than those listed here, these are the ones we can vouch for and are really excited about.
The pierogi, a Polish comfort food that is well-loved in the Midwest is now being served with a twist by some of Detroit’s favorite chefs at Grey Ghost.
Camping season is here and rather than relying on canned biscuits and Oscar Meyers, we’ll be eating in style around the fire, but without the stress. This year, we’re packing Emma Frisch’s new book, Feast by Firelight. Check out a few tips from the book to make packing and cooking camp or cabin food a breeze.
Just in time for the warm weather, Denver’s LOW Country Kitchen is throwing open the door to their rooftop and it has stolen our hearts and tastebuds. Take a peek at our new favorite brunch spot.
Headed to Denver for a quick weekend trip? Check out our favorite places to stay, eat and explore, no car needed.
Bang Up to the Elephant! is Denver’s newest restaurant boasting bright and refreshing island foods that will transport your tastebuds to the Caribbean even in the midst of a Colorado winter.
Here’s a Pinot Noir that is more food-friendly that anything you’ve tried before. Read on for how to enjoy it on the coldest nights of winter into the warmest spring afternoons.
Want to visit Portugal’s magical Douro Valley, but just not possible? Get a taste of the land through the region’s wine.
Try a cocktail recipe straight from NYC’s Cafe el Presidente. Refreshing and sweet with a kick of rum, just like what you’d find in a Mexican market.
It makes a difference to understand what sauces are best served with each durum based dish. Discover new pasta shapes and the sauces to serve with them.
Revamp your brownie recipe to be gluten free and include the flavorful, nutritional powerhouse of coffee flour.
Does rosé make you think of sunny spring days and summer patio sessions? It’s time to change that! Check out this Italian wine that is complex enough for the cooler months and heavier dishes.
The holidays mean heavy food, warm sweaters, and roaring fires. Refresh and brighten your palate with white wines that are full-bodied enough to pair with hearty flavors.
Situated just outside of Cleveland, Ohio, you will find Flour restaurant. A traditional Italian eatery opened by Chef Paul Minnillo and Matt Mytro, Flour is keeping things real while leaving the all too trendy term “rustic” in the past. The sleek dishes that emerge from their kitchen, run by Chef Matt Mytro, are memorable and truly unique. Believe me, their chorizo stuffed dates, cozily wrapped in pancetta will haunt your tastebuds long after you have left.
From the bookworm who loves to gaze at food and read about its history to the avid home cook, here are just a few of our favorite cookbooks of 2016 that are perfect for holiday gifts. This year saw a delicious trend, international cooking.
Ruth Brown dishes on the perfect coffee system for your home and all the terms you could use when talking to a barista.
Celebrate fall and the 300th anniversary of Chianti Classico wine with these bottles.
After enjoying two very different Pinto Grigios from the Friuli region, we wonder why this quality wine isn’t respected in more settings.
Discover the more recently recognized Snake River Valley AVA with a rich textured, acidic Viognier from Cinder in Boise, Idaho.
Enjoyed neat or in a cocktail, vodka does not have to stay true to its neutral identity. Get ready for ten unusual vodka flavors.
Feel good about your wine purchases, not just for taste and quality, but for the environmental, too. Here are some of our favorite green wines.
Great news! Sustainable wines can taste supple, unique, and be food friendly. Check out these wines from Noble Vines.
About to devour a veggie burger? Try these wines for the perfect pairing.
When it comes to Thanksgiving, we want elegant, delicious and easy. Check out these expertly paired wines and foods that you can count on.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of warm, baking gingerbread cookies or the nostalgia most of us feel when looking at a decorative gingerbread house. Check out these tips to perfecting your holiday gingerbread.
While most wine drinkers may not be thinking of cool, crisp wines in the cooler…
Located in the Silom neighborhood, Bunker brings a Western vibe with Thai flavors to Bangkok.
Planning a menu can be overwhelming, let alone pairing wines with the meal that your guests will love. Check out these solid wine recommendations perfect with a Thanksgiving feast.
From tofurkey to turducken and all the classic dishes in between, here are the wines you should be pairing with your Thanksgiving dinner.
Discover the healing benefits of cooking with garlic from a garlic expert and try a flavorful halloumi lentil salad too.
Check out a new cookbook that is a bread-lover’s dream. Plus, try a recipe for sweet dough that is fried for heavenly donuts.
Gather your casserole dishes! These convenient and delicious recipes are perfect for your Thanksgiving menu when you’re feeding a hungry crowd.
Whether you are looking for a new kind of autumn spread or the perfect Thanksgiving meal, check out this Mediterranean inspired menu that is sure to surprise and please.
The holidays will be upon us in no time at all! Check out these tips to pairing traditional spices and flavors with wines from France’s Languedoc region.
Wine expert Jane Parkinson is making the seemingly complex beverage approachable to all generations by keeping her cool and skipping any unnecessary jargon.
Whether you are in the mood to celebrate Halloween or not, Sagrantino wines are perfect for a warm autumn meal and also come with a haunted history.
After spending a week eating street food in Bangkok and off the coast of Central Thailand, here are some of our favorite street food items we think everyone should try.
Try this refreshing cider from the French-Basque region that is not overtly sweet and fun to pour far from the glass.
Cool days with warm sunshine and crisp leaves deserve to be paired with wines as versatile and variable as the season’s autumn weather. Check out these red wines that are light enough for a warm fall day, but have enough body to be served with heartier dishes.
The holiday season is coming and we need fun, bubbly wines to bring out at parties that won’t take away from our gift fund. Try these affordable Proseccos.
Prosecco consumption is on the rise. Here are three varietals to look out for and what to pair them with.
Honest Cooking tests out brewing in a small New York City kitchen and creates a Bikini Beer perfect for all seasons.
Once the land of over-done, cheesy seafood buffets that lined the streets one after another, Myrtle Beach is now the proud home of refined restaurants, historical cooking museums, and a thriving culinary school. Here are ten delicious bites everyone should devour in Myrtle Beach.
Drinks with spice bring a fun element to cocktails. The trick is to add enough heat to make the beverage exciting, but not too much that you can’t finish the glass. Grab your jalapeños, cayenne, chilies, and horseradish and prepare to get refreshed, with a zing.
Looking for a versatile wine for chilis, stews, and braised meats? Try these bottles priced for a casual weeknight, but delicious enough for a dinner party.
Discover the beautiful flavors of Samarkand, Central Asia, and the Caucasus.
Head outside to enjoy the vibrant colors on the trees and the last of the snow-less weather with a bottle of wine and good food.
Made without dairy, this peanut butter tart with a delicious fig crust is deceptively cream and so easy to make.
The Bordeaux region is home to some of the best vineyards in the world, and you can have a sip without blowing your budget. Check out these bottles at surprisingly low prices.
Refreshing and crisp with a slight sweetness, this California Redtree Moscato is our new favorite brunch wine.
Made with a red grape, this white Sangiovese wine is a fun expression that sparks a conversation with its rose-gold color and fresh palette.
We’ve jumped on the rosé bandwagon, and even if the current trend may one day fade, we will forever be on board with a glass of rosy wine. Here’s one of our favorite bottles for a great price.