This decadent bite is everything our tastebuds want. Creamy foie gras is sandwiched between homemade profiteroles with quince. Serve with a glass of Champagne for a French treat.
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French Goat Cheese and Roasted Mushroom Crostini
Perfect for breakfast, brunch or dinner, this sweet potato hash is especially easy because this time, it is made in the oven, so you don’t have to stand at the stove, stirring a pan of hash. Enjoy this hearty meal with chorizo and topped with a fried egg and hot sauce.
This recipe may seem simple, but it’s depth of flavor thanks to the almond batter, citrus on top and a dollop of yogurt when serving, make it out-of-this-world beautiful. Inside and out.
Sweet and salty, crisp and juicy, this crunchy cucumber and melon salad is tossed together with mint and feta to be a perfect side for the rest of summer.
When you need dinner to be fast, easy, and affordable, cacio e pepe is where it’s at. Pair with a crisp Pinot Grigio for added elegance and flavor balance with the creamy pasta.
These savory scones are loaded with bits of prosciutto and goat cheese and served with a sweet strawberry butter.
It’s a near fool-proof recipe and such a great introduction to the curious world of bread-baking.
Typical Sicilian cookies, these pine nut delights are delicious and naturally gluten and dairy free so all your eaters may enjoy them.
Switch up the traditional potato latkes by forming them with beets and carrots. Top with smoked salmon and horseradish sour cream, pour yourself a glass of red wine and sit back and enjoy the party.
Let this blueberry ginger hot toddy warm your hands and your entire body on the way down. Its honey, lemon, ginger, and blueberries to ward off a winter cold, plus there’s a splash of bourbon to keep things festive.
Savor this magical time of year with peppermint tea cookies loaded with warm vanilla and peppermint flavor thanks to tea. They’re buttery and ideal with a matching cup of tea.
Whip up this indulgent entree of soft, pillowy homemade potato gnocchi with succulent lobster, tender leeks and a silky cream sauce.
An Italian classic, Chicken Milanese is a dish that can be seen on many a restaurant menu or personal cookbook. Simple, yet flavorful and easy to master.
If you have leftover lobster, this is the perfect recipe to feature the seafood. Fried with juicy sweet corn and served with a lemon and tarragon aioli, it’s hard to resist eating all of these lobster fritters.
Grilled Zucchini Bruschetta is a wonderful summertime dish. Fresh vegetables and nice toasty bread combine to kick off a summer barbecue just right!
Fresh, buttery fava beans are rich on their own, but when served with salty prosciutto and a touch of cream, they skyrocket to a whole new level.
Loaded with plump, fresh blueberries, oats, and cinnamon, these vegan almond muffins are just what your summer mornings are calling for.
Bursting with bright flavors from tomatoes and cucumber, this grilled lamb with eggplant sauce and crispy chickpeas is a summer stunner that we can’t resist.
Sweet Pea Gnocchi is light in texture, but full of flavor. The Tarragon Pea Cream sauce enhances the fresh flavor of the peas. It’s one last taste of spring.
Absolutely decadent, rich chocolate brownies are baked perfectly sweet and salty caramel. Make these and you will be in dessert heaven.
Intrigued or curious about how to make creamy, rich, ricotta cheese at home? It’s so easy, you should try it this weekend!
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Create a beautiful, balanced cheese board with sweet and tart additions to complement the cheese, like Meyer lemon marmalade.
A Greek dip, Skordalia is just as good as your go-to hummus and is packed with nutrients from potatoes and almonds.
A decadent holiday salad of raw brussels sprouts gets a special touch of warm, crispy baked goat cheese with bright squash and pomegranate.
Create a gorgeous Italian inspired dinner party with a walnut and sausages pasta and a sweet finish of chocolate hazelnut panna cotta.
Light, crispy, and so easy to make, these baked beet chips will turn you into a beet lover if you aren’t already.
A sweet, sour tart, lovely for a spring table. It’s familiar, yet exotic, with a slightly floral Meyer lemon pucker and an aromatic flair of cardamom.
Flaky pastry surrounds melty Caraway Havarti topped with pears and a touch of honey. A little bit sweet, a little bit savory and a whole lot delicious.
A feast for the senses, this dish has crispy leeks, vibrant orange and red hues, and rich-flavored scallops that are foiled by the tangy pomegranate sauce.