A delicious, Aged Havarti cheese is used to create an appetizer, brunch dish, and dinner side that are easy and perfect for your busy holiday menus.
Discover the history of borscht soup and the secret to making the perfect pot.
With wild sourdough, these bagels are chewy and flavorful. With malty flavor and a good crust, there is no reason to buy bagels once you get in the rhythm.
This many layered honey cake is made with soaked prunes and a bright lemon and wine filling. Press walnuts around the cake for the final, decadent crunch.
This pesto substitutes traditional basil for spring asparagus. Don’t just leave this delicious sauce to pastas, but try it on meat or a sandwich, too.
With a cracking crust, these buttery wells are filled with mushrooms and herbs, then topped with a cracked egg. A baked meatless option for a quick dinner.
Create the traditional beautiful braided loaf, but with a wild sourdough flavor.
Oatmeal cookies can be divisive, but if you’re a fan of these crunchy cookies try this vegan version which is great dipped in milk or even acting as a cracker to a spreadable cheese.
Unlike bready American bagels, the Russian kind are skinnier, dryer, sweeter, with the texture more like a soft pretzel.
This one-dish dinner is full of vibrant colors and robust flavors and with some careful planning it all comes together in under half an hour.
All it takes is just a few simple ingredients to make these fried dumplings that get added to chicken soup for a comforting dish.
This recipe was originally developed for its penny-pinching properties but it has all the makings of an instant classic comfort food, regardless of your means.
This soup requires a little bit of planning ahead; reconstituted dry mushrooms add a depth of flavor you can’t get from fresh mushrooms.
These popovers get a double dose of dill in both fresh form and in the Danish cheese.
This hearty, comforting dish is the perfect dinner for cool Autumn evenings.
This savory pie is not strictly a pizza, because the chewy crusty dough is missing. However, it’s Italian to the core, featuring aromatic Pancetta, pungent Gorgonzola cheese, roasted pepper strips and pine nuts.
These individual little cheese pies make for beautifully rustic — and undeniably delicious — hor d’oeuvers.
This recipe is easy to double or even triple – which you will definitely want to do after tasting these delicate cheese sticks.