Check out this festive charcuterie spread loaded with red and green hues, and homemade rosemary shortbreads cut out in the shape of trees.
This refreshing winter spinach salad is loaded with walnuts, apples, beets and topped off with a deliciously creamy French goat cheese.
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What’s your favorite cereal from childhood? Grab a box and make a batch of these cereal popsicles. The recipes is for Cinnamon Toast Crunch pops, but really you can use anything.
Homemade cappuccino marshmallows and cappuccino cookies take your typical summer s’mores up a notch. Enjoy these sweet bites for the rest of summer and into fall around a warm fire.
A light lemon butter garlic sauce tops bucatini pasta with scallops and a glass of Pinot Grigio.
These aren’t your usual chicken and waffles. They’re stacked tall and served with savory brie cheese and sweet raspberry preserves.
This blueberry honey bee cocktail combines the sweet flavor of honey with the freshness of blueberries for a drink that hits the spot this holiday season.
A bourbon infused cinnamon latte to satisfy both your afternoon pick-me-up and happy hour cravings.
For some of the best pancakes you will ever taste, head to the Tribeca spot, Bubby’s, for a great brunch.
Refresh with a cucumber and vodka cocktail that is perfect for a spring brunch or a cooler on a warm afternoon.
New York City has a ton of outdoor dining options servings trendy dishes, and The Butcher’s Daughter has a creative menu of all vegetarian dishes, but you won’t even miss the meat.
Drizzled with vinegar, these pitas are topped with grilled peaches, creamy blue cheese, and crunchy walnuts for an easy and delicious appetizer or lunch.
Everyone has a go-to brunch spot, but if you haven’t tried The Smith’s delicious weekend menu, it is well worth the wait.