Take the classic biscotti to the next level with these pistachios-filled, orange-flavored, chocolate-dipped cookies.
This no-churn pistachio ice cream is simple, approachable and delicious. It’s the perfect project for a lazy afternoon and is delicious as a cool ice cream or served drowned in a shot espresso for a sublime affogato.
Celebrate Bourbon Month with George Remus and their tried and true cocktail. You probably already have everything you need to make it. Cheers!
Hearty, cozy, meatless. This Indian red lentil soup, also known as Bombay Dal Soup, is made with warming spices that are commonly found in Indian cooking for a perfect meal on a cold day.
Bursting with anti-inflammatory turmeric, warming and lightly sweetened, this golden turmeric milk with ghee is packed with nutrients and comforting spices.
Make your own homemade garlic knots and serve these flavorful breads at your next game day or movie night.
Celebrate National Margarita Day in style with these fun margarita recipes. Salud!
This Texas Style Beef Chili is warming and complex in flavor with a good kick…
Loaded with nutrients, flavor and beautiful colors, dig into this savory oatmeal bowl with a fresh watercress and an easy watercress sauce you can make the night before.
Get cozy with this glorious cheese fondue made with Cavit’s Pinot Grigio white wine. Dip away!
Perpetual is a newly opened spot in Rome boasting three levels complete with food laboratories, a wine bar, restaurant and bistro with big team of international chefs. Step inside for a burst of creativity and imagination.
Serve up these subtly sweet Belgian waffles made with pearl sugar for your next special breakfast or dessert.
These cozy oats are loaded with vanilla, chia, nuts, spices and peanut butter, but it’s the caramelized bananas that will make this bowl of oatmeal a new favorite.
Whether you are packing a lunch or planning dinner, here is our guide to making beautiful grain bowls that are filling and loaded with great toppings. They’re sure to be cozy and brighten a winter day.
These Pesto Antipasto Skewers are delicious appetizer sticks of fresh mozzarella, olives, salami, prosciutto, basil, and cherry tomatoes, all brushed with flavorful pesto right before devouring.
Soft and fluffy, these gluten free blueberry pancakes are a perfect breakfast treat.
Put down the box. Making pudding from scratch is easier than you think, and this homemade butterscotch pudding is a creamy favorite.
Sweet and salty, this Vietnamese-style chicken recipe is sometimes called caramel chicken.
Whether you are still sticking to your food resolutions or you’ve gone back to your habits from the year before, here are the tips you need for successfully doing a three-day food reset. Clear your mind, your gut and get your eating back on track with this guide from Robyn Youkilis.
Whether it’s a stuffed potato, squash or grilled cheese, this list is stocked with our favorite food items stuffed, filled to the brim, and loaded with deliciousness.
Soft, sweet and so flavorful, this banana sweet potato loaf is delicious with a slather or peanut butter or toasted and enjoyed with your afternoon coffee.
The Crema Catalana is a classic Spanish dessert often confused with Crème Brûlée. Filled with pastry cream and topped with caramelized sugar, it’s sure to be a favorite.
Served with an avocado sauce, these vegan black bean taquitos are a fun, crunchy bite you’ll truly enjoy. Plus, they’re super easy to make too.
Dig into a hearty pot of hoppin’ John, a southern dish made of black-eyed peas, garlic, smoked sausage and delicious spices.
Reinvent the Sidecar cocktail with this drink made with bourbon and grapefruit juice. It’s refreshing enough for brunch or happy hour.
Give your usual butternut squash soup recipe a twist by adding roasted artichokes for amazingly cozy flavor.
If you’re anything like us, most wines you buy, you drink within that same year. But if you’re thinking about starting a cellar as an investment or for your own personal enjoyment, here’s a wine you should start with.
The perfect grain free recipe to fight chocolate cravings. These delicious, healthy treats are paleo, gluten, dairy and nut free.
These tender Greek feta and spinach meatballs are made with turkey and can be served with a side of orzo and a drizzle of tzatziki sauce.
After a low and slow simmer in good Barolo red wine, these braised short ribs will fall off the bone and melt in your mouth.
Imagine being able to pack a poke bowl for lunch and eat it at your desk without having cold rice or paying an arm and a leg to go out for poke. Or, imagine having a delicious seafood dinner in just minutes. At over a hundred years old, Brooklyn’s favorite Acme Smoked Fish is keeping up with the times with their new poke bowls.
What happens when a wine is made more as a gimmick, with the focus being on the label and bottle and trying to attract diehard fans? We let you know our thoughts on the newest Walking Dead wine.
Grab your Instant Pot and whip up this easy chickpea curry in moments. A cozy meal everyone will love.
As told before in the Beef tartare with tarragon and crispy potato recipe, Aamann received…
We love a big skillet of shakshuka. It’s loaded with flavor, protein and is so easy to make. Check out these recipes that will make for a delicious dinner or brunch served with a salad, baguette or pita.
This velvety roasted cauliflower soup has a beautiful flavor without needing any dairy and is topped with crispy bacon and bright pesto.
Soft peanut butter cookies studded with chocolate chips are ready to make with ingredeints you probably already have in your cupboards. A perfect nutty and chocolate-filled dessert.
With a Japanese chef at the helm, Rome’s Bistrot 64 is a Michelin-starred restaurant with affordable prices and a fun mix of cuisines.
A creamy green matcha smoothie bowl with banana, avocado and spinach. A super refreshing smoothie to start your day or a revitalizing afternoon snack.
This appetizer takes about 10 minutes to assemble and can be made ahead. Balsamic caprese skewers really are the perfect nibble with a bottle of Moscato wine.
Spend a cold winter afternoon making sheets of fresh pasta. Roll out this flecked saffron tagliatelle and serve it in a simple spiced butter sauce.
The next time you’re planning on making a special breakfast, try these rich buckwheat chocolate pancakes topped with berries, syrup, caramel, cream or whatever your heart desires.
Bake up a pan of pizza dough topped with thinly sliced potatoes, mushrooms and herbs. A great vegan appetizer.
Whether you are hosting a girls’ night or spending an evening with someone special, celebrate Valentine’s Day with these easy cocktails that are delicious and festive. Plus, they’re way cheaper than going out for overpriced drinks at a super busy cocktail bar.
Raspberry White Chocolate Bars are the perfect sweet to impress your Valentine this year. A classic flavor combo that is well-loved.
This frittata is filled with shallots, bacon, brussels sprouts and of course some parmesan cheese. I like to serve it with a salad to round out the meal.
Check out these delicious meatless tacos. These black bean sweet potato tacos come together quickly and are even topped with an easy homemade salsa.
Yes, we love to ski, but we also love to eat and explore whatever ski…
This yeasted sweet bread is filled with a warm spices and chocolate and weaved into a beautiful swirl design that blossoms when baked.
This healing and aromatic tea is a mix of soothing spices, rose and saffron. The ‘chai tea-mix’ can be made at home and can be stored for months. Perfect to serve on Valentine’s Day or any cozy occasion.
Pamper yourself or someone you love with this decadent Pinot Noir caramel sauce. It’s so luxurious drizzled over ice cream, warm brownies and more.
Valentine’s Day falls on a Wednesday, it’s smack dab in the middle of the week. With a little planning and preparation, you can spend under an hour on Valentine’s Day preparing a stunning meal and pair it elegantly with wines.
Filmed over two years, Michelin Stars – Tales From The Kitchen, gives us a behind the scenes look at the lives and stresses of starred chefs with a tale woven together by food critics and diners.
This savory Korean pancake recipe is made with spicy kimchi and is a flavorful appetizer or side dish.
This chocolate trifle for two is loaded with rich chocolate flavor. Layers of chocolate cookie crumbs, chocolate cheesecake mousse, chocolate syrup, chocolate whipped cream, and chocolate curls make for quite the romantic and rich treat.
Fluffy, decadent, and slathered in a brown sugar cream cheese frosting, these Sweet Potato Cinnamon Rolls are the perfect way to start a day.
If you love making bread, you will love this beautiful challah bread braided with rosemary and garlic.
Grapes are totally delicious on their own, but if you are looking for a special treat, roast them and turn them into a delicious and refreshing grape sorbet.
Chewy, fudgy brownies are topped with a whipped coffee mousse and finished with a shiny chocolate glaze to make a three-layered mocha mousse brownie.