Not only are sweet potato totally delicious and packed with nutrients, they’re super versatile too. Check out these eight ways to use sweet potatoes in sweet or savory recipes.
Ready to host your first dinner party with friends or a small holiday get-together? You don’t have to break the bank to have a meal with good company. Check out these tips for hosting a dinner party, complete with wine, on a budget.
For those moments when unexpected holiday guests are coming over, your day was too jam packed to plan an elaborate party dish or when you’re invited to a get-together and you totally forgot to plan a dish, these last minute appetizer recipes are here to save the day.
From dry to sweet, Riesling wines are super versatile. Check out our guide to pairing Riesling wines at your fancy holiday parties or a casual night in. Plus, tips to stirring the wine into a delicious cocktail.
Planning for a cookie exchange or a holiday dessert spread? Check out our favorite cookies of the year. PS It’s National Cookie Day, get baking so you can celebrate.
Hosting a holiday dinner? Think outside the box and serve up a flavorful, cozy Indian-Style vegetarian holiday dinner paired perfectly with wine.
From interesting cookbooks to glamorous aprons or our new favorite chef’s knife, here is our go-to gift guide for the food lovers in your life.
For the food and wine loving people on your list, give them a delicious gift from wine country and help support Sonoma County as it rebuilds and forges ahead after the devastating fires.
Let’s be real, we don’t need a ton of encouragement to eat Prosciutto di Parma, we’d eat it right of the package just fine. But if you’re looking for some inspiration or a beautifully composed dish, read on for five delicious recipes.
Check out these simple tips to creating a beautiful table setting perfect for all of your gatherings this season. These DIY ideas all use recycled wine bottles and inexpensive or foraged items.
While you may first turn to big red wines as the temperatures cool, we love pairing white wine and hearty food pairings. Take a bite of warm, cozy food, and when things get to be a bit too heavy, take a sip of cool white wine and your tastebuds will be ready for another bite.
A bottle of wine is a go-to gift for your friends or family members who love good food, good wine, and good company. Ensure the wine present feels meaningful with a little bit of thought. From beautiful ways to wrap a bottle to making an educated guess about what someone will like, here are our top tips to giving wine as a gift. Our favorite part about giving wine? It’s easy to purchase last minute, but it is always special.
Check out these hearty side dishes that are perfect for the rest of autumn, all of winter and all the holidays and dinner parties in between.
Whether you are celebrating the coming holidays, the new year or a life event, here are our current favorite sparkling wines to pop open to kick off the festivities.
Switch up your usual wine and cheese night and pair a variety of cheeses with a dry to sweet Riesling flight.
Check out these tips to make the most of your slow cooker from Phyllis Good’s new cookbook with ideas from breakfast to dessert.
Did you sign up to bring a side this year? Skip the usual mashed potatoes and check out these new or improved, reinvented Thanksgiving side dishes.
As you gather together with friends for a Thanksgiving feast, try this wine that hits all the marks for millenials looking have a wonderful Friendsgiving.
This is your guide to best Riesling wine pairings for Thanksgiving, Christmas, winter dinner parties and beyond.
Friendsgiving is one of our favorite food events of the year. It turns into a beautiful mashup of friends and food that will give any forced family function a run for its money. Check out these rules for a friendly friendsgiving.
A bowl of tomato soup is super comforting, but not always the most filling. Check out these vegetarian soups packed with protein thanks to dried peas, beans, lentils or chickpeas.
Potpie or pot pie, here are some tips, tricks, and recipes to make the best pot pie filled with cozy savory fillings and topped with a flaky crust.
There’s nothing wrong with a bowl of Halloween candy. We love a Milky Way or Twix bar as much as anyone, but sometimes a whole bowl can be daunting. Switch things up and bake your favorite candies into new sweet treats.
Need something warm for dinner? Make a big batch of one of these cozy soups that may take some time to create their rich flavors, but are so worth the wait.
October is National Pizza Month, but if you’re vegan, gluten or dairy free, a good pizza can seem like a mirage. Check out these alternative pizzas that will let you celebrate in delicious style.
We checked in with cheesemonger Laura Downey on how to create a delicious cheese spread, complete with pairings, at home.
If the neighbors have a newborn, you are expecting family for brunch, or you are headed on a road trip with friends, here’s what you should bring, make or pack according to Elizabeth Heiskell. Plus, all the recipes have a delicious southern spin to them.
Forget the usual stuffed pasta boiled and served with whatever sauce you have in your fridge. Check out these fun new ways to serve ravioli.
Teeming with fresh seafood and a unique blend of different cuisines, they food of Key West is truly something that should be tasted. Check out these 10 must-eats in Key West inspired by the new cookbook My Key West Kitchen: Recipes and Stories.
Fall is here! Let’s celebrate with all the apple recipes. Check out this bunch of easy apple recipes that range from sweet to savory.
Cookbook author Amber Rose helps us take control of our pantry and rid it of overly-processed foods that do little for our bodies. Check out these tips and recipe ideas from her new book that focus on building wholefood pantry.
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Experts suggest that the best time to eat the bivalve mollusks is during coolers months that have the letter ‘r’. So by this definition, we are officially in the thick of oyster season. Here are a few French wines from the Picpoul de Pinet region that are perfect with raw oysters and other shellfish.
Check out these easy recipes for a packed lunch or quick dinner that even your pickiest eaters will love. Each one is made with creamy, sometimes delightfully tangy, goat cheese from France.
How much do you know about Italian prosciutto? Brush up on the facts and learn the differences between Prosciutto Cotto and Prosciutto Crudo.
Enter to win a cookbook with recipes from around the world and check out one of the recipes for the Dragonfly, a small bite that is truly edible art.
National Taco Day isn’t on a Tuesday? Surprising, right? Regardless of what day you celebrate, here are 15 of our current favorite taco recipes.
It’s officially cider season. Get to your local orchard! Warm or cold, served spiked or used as a protein glaze, check out these perfectly fall recipes featuring cider.
Tailgate season is here! Often, tailgate menus are more of a potluck setup where everyone brings a dish or drink to pass. Here are a few bites and drinks to inspire your next tailgate offering.
This week we celebrate International Coffee Day on 9/29. While we need no excuse to sip our morning cup of joe, we could all use some inspiration on how to mix coffee into our cocktails. Check out these caffeine-loaded, coffee-spiked cocktails.
Switch up your usual stack of pancakes with these fun sweet and savory toppings that are not maple syrup.
Did you know September is National Honey Month? Get in the spirit with these 12 buzz-worthy recipes that are both sweet and savory.
We’re celebrating the first official weekend of fall with these wines. Check out our picks that pair well with cool nights, heartier foods and warm spices.
To us, butterscotch tastes like fall. Its warm flavors of brown sugar and vanilla mingle with delightful creaminess. Check out these 10 butterscotch treats that are ready to usher in the new season.
Check out these easy rice dishes that are filled with veggies and are great for feeding a crowd.
Labor Day has come and gone and we are looking ahead to fall. We’re ready for a break from rosé and are opening these reds on cooler summer nights. End summer on a high note with these favorite red wines that will transition into fall.
It’s no wonder that September is National Mushroom Month. Autumn is here and so are all the funky mushrooms that come with the season. Check out these delicious recipes using fall mushroom.
Did you know that sweet potatoes are just as versatile as they are nutritious? Check out these creative vegan ways to eat sweet potatoes, from a pizza crust to a mousse.
Boost your lunchbox with these protein-packed bean recipes that are fit for a grownup desk lunch and exciting enough for a school lunchroom.
Halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles lies the city and wine region of Paso Robles that has been growing a diverse array of grapes from Bordeaux classics and to favorite American varietals since the 1790’s.
These just might be the most creative or gourmet game day eats you will see this season. Dig into finger food favorites that are easy enough to make for a crowd and devour throughout the football game.
Fig season is here and we’re taking advantage. Check out these recipes made with the delightfully sweet and seedy fruit.
These delicious and easy cocktails are perfect to throw together for a crowd and a fun way to celebrate the end of summer over Labor Day weekend.
Although we technically have until September 22, Labor Day is the last unofficial day of summer, not to mention the last day to wear white, according to old-school fashion rules. For our last hoorah, we have gathered iconic recipes that scream of summer that you should be devouring up all three days.
From cocktails to sweets and everything in between, we’re celebrating the final weeks of summer with these delicious cappuccino-spiced recipes.
It’s the last official cook out of summer. Don’t worry, we can keep going strong until mid-September, but it is the last three-day weekend, so let’s do it up right. Check out these tips from Chef Craig Schauffel for a successful grilled meal.
Spend the weekend sipping on something new. We’re hailing Greek wines form the southeastern region known for growing the Savatiano grape. These white wines are the perfect expression to finish off the summer and take us into fall
There’s hardly a frozen treat more satisfying than an ice cream sandwich. Go the homemade route with these sweet treats you’ll want to try before summer ends.
Thoughtfully arranged ingredients leave these crowd-pleasing cakes with an incredibly moist, pudding-like texture. Try experimenting with your favorite toppings of varying textures—fresh berries, chopped nuts, ice cream, fresh whipped cream—or all of the above!