Poached pears with porto wine and spices.
Besides the popularly known Swedish meatballs, Swedish cuisine is surprisingly fresh and light. Learn how to make homemade gravlax, another swedish classic.
After boiling, the gnocchi is baked in butter until browned. Then back to the oven with peas and finished with lemon zest and parmesan for a delightful dish.
Spelt Apple Pancakes. This recipe has all the flavors of apple pie, without the sugar.
Inspired by the ricotta found on the Italian island of Sardinia, this recipe uses the same technique but with a flavorful goat’s milk base.
Get your hands on this recipe for an easier version of beef Wellington. Yes, it is different that the original, but it is still so delicious.
This greek yoghurt smoothie is filled with berries and other goodness to make one creamy, indulgent treat.
This early morning breakfast will fill you up, tantalize your taste bud, and put you on the right track to enjoy your Sunday!
When in Paris, we fill our hearts not only with romance, but our appetites with the oh-so-glorious food it has to offer. Frolick around one of the most beautiful cities in the world through the eyes of a Parisian.
It’s fun to assemble your own food, especially when it calls for eating with your hands! Try grilled beef and spiciness rolled into one bite.
Cooked low and slow for seven hours, this tender lamb meat is served with a rich sauce from cooking with a crusty bread and some vegetables. A perfect meal for a cold day.
Caramelized apricots line this soft cake and is served with caramel sauce for a sweet stone fruit delight.
Rich chocolate brownie batter is swirled with salted caramel and topped with crunchy green pistachios before baking. Beautiful and delicious.
Scallops are simple to cooked in minutes. Cook the seafood in flavorful chorizo oil and serve them with the sausage, olives, and crusty bread or greens.
Caramelized carrots with goat cheese and thyme are tucked into a skillet beneath a layer of pastry dough and baked to create a beautiful upside down tart.