Things are getting quite festive in our kitchen. Inspire your baking, treats and sweet with these delicious peppermint recipes inspired by the favorite holiday candy, the candy cane.
Check out this festive charcuterie spread loaded with red and green hues, and homemade rosemary shortbreads cut out in the shape of trees.
It’s time to start thinking about the holidays ahead. Many of them, like Christmas, New Year, and Hanukkah are celebrated in many countries around the world, but the foods and traditions are different in each one of them.
Refine your wine pairing skills before the holiday parties with this guide that matches Sonoma-Cutrer wines and festive foods.
Light, airy and full of cheese, these puffs make a wonderful appetizer. Serve alongside red wine for an elegant party bite!
Still pondering what fish should be included and how it should be prepared for your holiday dinner? Look no further than this easily baked red snapper.
At your next gathering this holiday season, make cocktails the Swedish way with these cocktails.…
These easy, festive cookies are easy to make and fill with jam and qualify as a deliciously sweet gift for the person who has everything else that isn’t edible.
There is absolutely no better time to experience New York City than during the holidays. The Dream Midtown shares a wondrous holiday cheer in the Pent House Dream. Guests and visitors can get festively buzzed, spreading their holiday spirit with comfort and joy.
A little sweet and a little savory, these crostini are the perfect appetizer to devour all winter long, with a glass of Pinot Grigio, of course.
So what snacks are you putting out for Santa this Christmas? Try this cookie flavored milk sourced from dairy farms in upstate New York. Not to forget, here is also a cookie recipe to go along with it.
If you’re hosting a party this winter season, then you have to make this pomegranate baked brie with cranberries. It is perfect served warm with crackers, sliced pears, apples or crostini.
For a cold winters day, a sparkling holiday party or as a toast on New Year’s Eve, check out these festive holiday cocktails, all with just five ingredeints or less.
Create a festive holiday cheese board with a sweet and tart cranberry pear mostarda and brightly flavored citrus-marinated olives.
Soft and fragrant, this blueberry gingerbread tea loaf is loaded with cozy spices, and pairs perfectly with a cup of tea. Quick to make and tasting so festive, this cake makes a delicious breakfast or dessert for your hungry guests.
Tart, citrus-y and effervescent, this pomegranate orange Prosecco cocktail is the perfect holiday sipper for all your gatherings.
Warm yourself and your guests with this easy honey blueberry hot toddy spiced with cinnamon and spiked with bourbon.
These rich brownies are loaded with chocolate chips, a decadent cheesecake batter and earthy peppermint flavor, thanks to the infusion of peppermint green tea.
A cranberry vanilla tea is wrapped into this twisted, sweet babka bread along with cream cheese for a perfect holiday treat.
This time of the year requires snacking. Check out this recipe for dark chocolate covered almonds with a pinch of sea salt. They’re perfect to share with friends over a bottle of red wine. Cheers!
Sweet scones with notes Cranberry Vanilla Tea, are crisp on the outside and soft and buttery on the inside. Serve them warm with vanilla butter for a delightful holiday treat.
With the soft, rich texture of a brownie, these gluten free and vegan chocolate muffins are the perfect holiday morning treat, infused with a peppermint green tea.
Need to feed a crowd of guests? Easily whip up a seasonal cheese board with these tips.
Loaded with warm hints of cinnamon and vanilla, this soft buttermilk cake is infused with tea and topped with almonds and whipped mascarpone for a delightful holiday dessert.
Need a holiday appetizer that will feed a crowd? Look no further than these glazed cranberry meatballs that are paired perfectly with a red wine to kick off a party right.
Making homemade donuts is easier than you think. These glazed beauties have a hint of gingerbread spice, thanks to the addition of tea, which is perfect for the holidays.
Learn how to serve the perfect holiday cheese board this season in just five simple steps. Plus, check out an easy cheese board condiment, cranberry salsa.
Use leftover panettone cakes to make french toast stuffed with mascarpone, chocolate, and drizzled with an orange syrup.
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.
Loaded with creamy, nutty, spiced and vanilla flavors and aromas from tea, this bundt cake is the perfect dessert for the coming holidays.
The easiest winter dessert recipe? Gingerbread poached pears. Infused with a gingerbread spice tea, these pears will feed all of your guests and can even be made ahead of time. Or, enjoy for breakfast with yogurt.
A simple and elegant DIY holiday gift, that wine lovers will adore.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of warm, baking gingerbread cookies or the nostalgia most of us feel when looking at a decorative gingerbread house. Check out these tips to perfecting your holiday gingerbread.
New York City becomes extra magical in the winter. Cozy-ing up in a heated restaurant enjoying a hot chocolate sounds wonderful, but it is the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park that hold the holiday sparkle everyone is looking for.
In the spirit of all things merry and bright, here are our favorite holiday cookies to see you through the season.
Choosing wines for your holiday gathering doesn’t have to be complicated. We chose two categories of red wines to feature, Zinfandels and Sagrantinos Di Montefalco, to keep this simple, but still perfectly paired.
It’s time for rich flavors, unexpected pairings and elegant displays—and there’s no better way to savor the flavors of the season than with a cheese board.
A chocolate vodka cake is enrobed in a festive peppermint white chocolate frosting. It’s rich, decadent and perfect for your holiday table.
The classic Danish caramelized Christmas potatoes get a delicious update using fingerlings, sage and chili flakes.
A brief history on peppermint and why it has become the flavor of the season.
Tim Elliott with valuable advice on how to find the right wines for the Christmas table.
These cakes are a cross between a classic gingerbread and a muffin. Top them with a glaze and they’re pretty much Christmassy-cake perfection.
It is practically human nature to crave and delight in show-stopping desserts during the holiday season. Enter the ever-versatile jelly roll.
Celebrating Christmas in San Francisco? Have a traditional Bay Area meal of Dungeness crab, Sourdough Bread, and Caesar Salad!
Panettone was first made in Milan but now is eaten all over Italy to celebrate Christmas and the New Year. Serve it with a flavored mascarpone.
Florentines are delicate, crispy, lace cookies made of almonds with a sweet mixture of sugar and honey. They are a perfect mingle of texture and flavors.
Chocolate and chestnuts combine for an alternative Yule Log that makes a delicious dessert with a beautiful presentation.
Serve fish this holiday season, inspired by a Swedish restaurant, for a satisfying meal that won’t keep you in the kitchen all day.
A cocktail with traditional holiday flavors, but a tip of the hat to the Valley of the Sun. Lime is paired with cranberry and dashes of Angostura bitters.
Celebrate Christmas with a traditional Italian Feast of Seven Fishes! Serve cioppino and Baccalà for a real Italian feast.
These White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies look and taste just like Christmas wrapped in a soft, delicious cookie.
A festive phyllo pouch filled with aged Havarti cheese and whole cranberry sauce and dusted with powdered sugar.
Searching for a thoughtful gift for your favorite bookworm and foodie? Luckily there are novels, memoirs, and works of non-fiction that will delight
If you have been chosen to participate in a cookie exchange with friends you want to blow them away! Here are ten cookie recipes that will do just that.
Dress your cocktails in more than a candy cane or cinnamon stick. These festive garnishes are original and will surely take your merrymaking up a notch.
A touch of sparkle, plenty of sweet Nutella and some chocolate to top it off makes these cookies irresistible, especially during the holiday season.
Our favorite cinema-inspired recipes, each paired with a classic holiday scene that in true-to-life fashion ends in family disaster or heartfelt feelings.
This recipe is a beautiful, ruby-colored accompaniment to your holiday turkey we call Chef Ivan Flower’s Cranberry Sauce.
Gingerbread cookies are a holiday staple. This recipe is slightly different as it uses honey instead of molasses.
A delicious pumpkin spice cake recipe from dessert expert Tamara Novacoviç.