It’s officially summer. In Charlotte, that means it’s getting hot outside and the humidity is…
This blueberry breakfast strata with fresh thyme and gruyere cheese looks impressive, but is so easy to make for brunch.
Celebrate the start of spring with this bright tasting strawberry-lime spiced rum Moscow mule.
Both different but delicious: One crostini boasts sweet squash with savory fontina and fried sage. The other, mortadella with pumpkin seed pesto and ricotta.
A classic cocktail made with some less than common ingredients makes for an instant crowd pleaser.
Steak and Roasted Tomato Bruschetta is a great appetizer and one that’s simple to make. Have a starter to dinner or your next party ready to go in no time!
If you’re trying to watch your sugar intake or just gravitate towards less-sweet desserts, then this one is for you.
A great way to enjoy that fresh luscious plum flavor anytime you want. This cocktail is simple, yet oh so delicious.
On a warm day, inexpensive rosé on its own is refreshing, but add gin and fresh grapefruit juice and you’re set for the summer.
Simple breakfast nachos with melted cheese, homemade salsa and your favorite toppings are the perfect brunch food or late-night snack to soak up the drinks.
Keep things light and refreshing this summer with a grilled shrimp and orzo salad loaded with fresh spinach, tomatoes, and lemon.
A subtly spicy drink perfect to kick off the beginning of summer.
Savor the last of ramp season with a ricotta and spinach filling stuffed inside fresh pasta dough.
Spicy, crispy, and packed with so much flavor, this hot chicken sandwich with a touch of brown sugar and chives is sure to satisfy your savory cravings.
Celebrate the abundance of spring produce with a beautiful cheese board featuring candied Meyer lemons and pickled ramps.
A light, simple crab and garlic cream sauce has a bold presentation thanks to dark squid ink pasta.
Easily baked in the oven, these shredded potato pancakes make an elegant bite, but are light and refreshing with smoked salmon and Greek yogurt.
Made with yellow onions, shallots, and leeks, this triple onion soup with sherry and white wine is true, cheesy comfort food.
Shake together a beautiful cocktail to get you in the holiday spirit. Calming lavender with a burst of blueberries makes a drink ideal for a night with loved ones.
No matter how far from Canada you may be, recreate the cheese curd fries with a healthy dose of shredded short ribs.
A lighter, grilled Italian salad tastes smokey like summer with marinated shrimp and grilled radicchio that is served with piadina, a grilled Italian flatbread.
A mild blue cheese and brie combo takes a regular BLT up a notch. The cheese melts over the bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes and adds wonderful flavor that is easy to create with fresh summer produce on a busy night.
A rich combination of juicy beef and luxurious lobster in one. Serve with a tangy chive beurre blanc and crisp watercress for an impressive, buttery burger.
Before roasting, the chicken is tenderized in flavorful buttermilk. Use the leftover poaching liquid to make a delicious garlic and buttermilk cream sauce.