With a little salty, a little sweet and plenty of rich chocolate, these brownies are decadent. Just one delicious comfort food swirled into another.
Buttery seared scallops with tart miso blood orange sauce.
The best part of making popcorn from scratch: you can put in anything you have hanging around and make it your own.
Roasting grapes for this refreshing salad brings out their natural sweetness and adds an amazing depth of flavor.
Read through this whole recipe first, the candied bacon needs to be made ahead of time and many of the ingredients need to come to room temperature. But the finished product is well worth it.
The various components of this towering, show-stopping dessert can be made ahead of time so all you need to do the day of is assemble and devour.
The wintery flavors of mulling spices pair surprisingly well with the tart sweetness of pineapple in this unexpected cocktail.
Get all the flavors of a taco in a simmering pot of soup topped of with cravable, crispy fried tortilla strips.
This decadent dessert is delicious even if you skip the bourbon, but it’s even better if you don’t.
This is not the sticky-sweet pumpkin bread that doubles as dessert, it’s subtle and serious with an extra layer of pumpkin flavor from the beer.
You can freeze formed, unbaked empanadas on a sheet pan before transferring to a freezer bag for longer storage. They’re ready to bake straight from the freezer, just don’t forget the egg wash and finishing salt!
This recipe comes from Humphry Slocombe in San Francisco, where Chocolate Smoked Salt is actually one of the tamer flavors.
A touch of cayenne pepper balances out the sweetness of these ice pops for a more complex flavor profile than your typical frozen treat.
This salad is the ideal summer weather fare – it requires no heat and comes together in just a few minutes.
This decadent dish pairs smoky cheese with caramelized onions for a mouth-watering meal.
This recipe is for a pitcher of 8 drinks, but as long as you keep the same proportions, you can make any size batch.
Brittany Everett teams up with Chef Callie from BandPage to create a beer and cheese tasting for staff dinner.
The Castello Bergkäse is a little dry, a little smoky, but very smooth. Brittany Everett knew it wanted to be melted.
This recipe makes plenty of glaze, enough to use on two tenderloins if you so choose.
The real surprise in making this sorbet is how insanely amazing strawberries and cantaloupe taste together. The combination is almost watermelon-like.
From the dressing to the garnishes, everything in this salad add interesting flavors while putting the celery on a pedestal of celebratory awesomeness.
The fish sauce is optional, but it gives the dish that extra savory quality.
This is the cocktail you wanna be sipping on a porch on a lazy summer day while some meat is cooking on the grill.
These meatballs are baked because, it’s just easier that way. You still get a nice outer crunch, they all cook evenly, and you don’t have to tend to them.
As it turns out, rich maple syrup and floral lavender play oh so nicely together.
The potato gets thrown in the oven and forgotten about for an hour. Once it’s done, you’re minutes away from potato magic.
A little treat like this will be rich and satisfying, but won’t leave you feeling like a glutton.
Here is a wonderful recipe to spice up the classic but otherwise pretty dull turkey burger.
Brittany Everett with a wintery take on a margarita, dressed up with blood orange and ginger.
These amazing pancakes might be the pancakes to end all pancakes. At least according to Brittany Everett.
In four very simple steps, you can create a perfect spiced mixed nuts snack.
This spiced cider cocktail from Brittany Everett is the perfect drink for the Holidays.
Try these gorgeous cacao nib caramels from Brittany Everett this Holiday season.
These crostini are not only delicious, but insanely healthy compared to most holiday party food.
This butternut squash is roasted with a coating of brown sugar and cayenne pepper, for sweetness and heat.