Honest Cooking

The Honest Cooking editorial team handpicks inspiring culinary stories to share with you that we think are beautiful. As an international online culinary magazine with the ambition to truly change the face of online food media we hope to create an inspiring place for serious culinary debate, salivating recipes, interesting food news and international food-fun.

A Wine to Pair with Hearty Soups

It’s soup season and we are serious about soup season. To go with so many of our hearty, warm bowls, we have picked out a wine to pair. This Italian bottle is perfect to take your usual soup night to a whole new level of special.

How to Make Wassail

Wassail; a fun word and it is even more fun to drink. Check out how to make the tried a true recipe from Frisco, Colorado, home of Wassail Days, and annual weeklong celebration of the Old English cider drink.

How to Make Kombucha Granita

We’ve found a new kombucha we love! Founded in Oregon, Brew Dr. Kombucha is not too sweet, but still packed with fizzy flavor. To celebrate the beverage, we want to teach you how to make kombucha granita, a perfect sweet treat after a heavy meal.

Merlot is Back! Celebrate Merlot Month

You might have a different opinion, but based on what we have been tasting, Merlot is back! It has returned from it’s boring, stuffy world to be bright, beautiful and interesting.

How to Use Pumpkin Seed Oil

If you haven’t eaten or cooked with pumpkin seed oil, it’s time to try it! Pumpkin seed oil has been known to taste great and great for a variety of functions of your body. Check out these delicious ways to us pumpkin seed oil.

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The Wine to Sip While You Wait for Trick-Or-Treaters

Yes, there is really is a wine for every occasion. And we love that! We chose a bottle of Côtes du Rhône wine to go with all of your fall festivities, even the chocolate you will nibble on while you wait for tick-or-treaters.

Indian Egg Curry

While we love to explore the Indian cuisine all year round, we especially love digging into its warm spices on the coolest fall days. This recipe for egg curry uses aromatic and easy-to-find ingredients that will fill your kitchen with wonderful scents and fill your belly with a cozy meal.

Behind the Scenes of One of the Old World’s Oldest Grapes

Garnacha aka Grenache aka “The Mediterranean Grape” is one of the world’s oldest grape varietals. Being extremely versatile and delicious, it’s a classic for a reason. This famed can be found growing in countries around the globe, but truly thrives in its hometown European regions in northeastern Spain and southern France.

Hummus-Shuka Bowl

It’s officially fall and we want all of our favorite foods with a comforting, cozy, warm twist. Enter, the hummus-shuka bowl. A beautiful bowl of tomato and egg shakshuka served with hummus and pita. YUM.

Acova: A Great Restaurant for all Ages and Eaters

A new addition to Denver’s LoHi neighborhood, Acova is a family-friendly restaurant with fun happy hour cocktails, a playground for the kids and plenty of delicious options for those with dietary restrictions.

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More Veg, Less Meat: Tips for Eating Flexitarian

Increase your fruit and vegetable servings per day with these tips, recipe ideas and insights on eating good meat when you do choose to eat.

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Sesame Tofu and Carrot Noodles

What happens when a professional ballerina decides to take control of her nutrition? Delicious, elegant recipes are created. Check out this sesame tofu and carrot noodles recipe from Sassy of Naturally Sassy

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FabaButter: Vegan Kougin Amann

Check out our new version of the buttery French pastry, the kougin amann, this time made with vegan butter. Known as Faba, this vegan butter doesn’t skimp on flavor and still brings beautiful, flaky layers to the pastry.

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