As much as baking is fun it’s also quite time consuming and it’s especially…
Put some pizazz into that velvety eggnog this season.
Thank goodness for mashed potatoes. Unlike cranberry sauce and stuffing, you’ll be hard-pressed to find folks who dismiss the homemade whipped side as “just not for them” at a holiday table. Perhaps this is partly due to their incredible versatility—from savory to sweet, mashed potatoes can be dressed up in countless ways with minimal effort to suit any taste.
Ham is a typical holiday main course. However, if you are not a cured meat fan, here are three ways to slow roast a pork loin with all the trimmings for your next holiday party.
The holidays mean heavy food, warm sweaters, and roaring fires. Refresh and brighten your palate with white wines that are full-bodied enough to pair with hearty flavors.
Bring some extra joy to your holiday gatherings with this festive Christmas cheese board. Decked out with a variety of textures and flavors, this spread make for an ideal centerpiece for all the quality time you want to spend with friends and family.
Homemade Vanilla Extract is the easiest thing you’ll ever make at home! 2 simple ingredients and in a couple months you’ll have the best holiday gift ever.
If you have a friend who travels thousands of miles just to dine at a renowned restaurant or spends weekends battling deep bouts of wanderlust by cooking cuisine from some far off land—this is the list for them. Tap into the exotic sensibilities of your favorite travelers with this comprehensive list of tested and approved travel-ready gifts for food lovers.
Light up the holiday season with this festive clementine and cranberry cocktail topped with a spritz of Prosecco.
Indulge this holiday season with chocolate candy cane pots de creme, they’re a little minty and totally rich. Creamy and loaded with chocolate, these little jars of deliciousness will put everyone in a sweet mood.
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.
Everyone loves a good ham. Spanish jamón ibérico is sure to kick it up a notch this season. Check out the benefits of a unique delicacy.
From the bookworm who loves to read about food history to an avid home cook, here are favorite cookbooks of 2015 perfect to check off your holiday gift list.
Create beautiful side and main dishes for the coming holidays that all of your guests can enjoy. Vegetarians or not, these recipes are sure to be a hit.
Pickled herring is a staple on any Swedish Christmas table. In West Sweden, they serve with a traditional cheese common to the region.
Here’s how to take in the Tuscan country side through markets, cooking, and eating.
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.
Learn how to make glögg, rice porridge and serve plenty of fish and game, just like they do in West Sweden for the holidays.
Make things merry and bright with beautiful cocktails, warm or cold, to get your holiday parties off on the right foot.
Chef and food stylist Jesse Szewczyk shares his wish list for this holiday season that all the food lovers on your list will enjoy.
Grab these gadgets to make holiday cooking easier or add them to your wish list for great gift ideas.
The classic Danish caramelized Christmas potatoes get a delicious update using fingerlings, sage and chili flakes.
Ring in the holidays with beautiful Italian sausage and mussel risotto and a sweet bite of festive white chocolate pomegranate bark to cap off the meal.
A staple offering during the celebration of Christmas, learn the difference between these two important Italian sweets.
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.
It is practically human nature to crave and delight in show-stopping desserts during the holiday season. Enter the ever-versatile jelly roll.
Celebrate like an Italian this Christmas Eve with a winning cocktail recipe from Franny’s in Brooklyn.
Celebrating Christmas in San Francisco? Have a traditional Bay Area meal of Dungeness crab, Sourdough Bread, and Caesar Salad!
A cookie perfect with a warm beverage, the snowballs are a holiday favorite that are great as delicious gifts or for a dessert exchange.
Put the superfruit to good use with our sweet and savory recipe roundup featuring the best cranberry-laden dines.
An easy, no-bake holiday treat that is perfect to take to parties and bursting with cranberry, orange, and hazelnut flavors.
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.
Soft and spiced, these cookies are just like gingersnaps, but made with flavorful almond meal and plenty of earthy molasses.
This spiced drink is served cold around Christmas in the Caribbean. Adjust the sweetness and intensity of the vibrant drink to suit your preferences.
Perfect for holiday sweet tooth’s that aren’t into pie, this no-bake dessert is super rich and can be topped off with pomegranate seeds.
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.
The holidays are a time for family, food, and festive drinks! There are so many cocktails that can be made even better by adding classic holiday spirits.
All of the extra food during the holiday season can be overwhelming! Why not donate it? Hear what Mary Risley, the founder of Food Runners, has to say.
These sparkling, sugared cranberries are simple to make and can be used in so many ways. Extremely versatile, these cranberries can be used in pancakes, as a dessert or beverage garnish, and even on their own as a sweet snack.
A beautiful and delicious traditional Croatian cake that is a welcome addition to any celebratory table.
Gingerbread cookies are a holiday staple. This recipe is slightly different as it uses honey instead of molasses.
These elegant little spiced pancakes are decidedly festive, but could be a cocktail party hit all year round.
These Snowball Cookies or Almond Snowballs are extremely delicious, with the almond fragrance that just melts in your mouth.
These sweet and sexy looking spuds are a must on every Danish Christmas table.
Chef David Chang serves up a classic winter side dish with his signature, a delicious New York – Asian twist.
The Holiday Season is the perfect time to serve this delicious Croatian meatloaf.
These gorgeous candied peanuts are the perfect delicious holiday treat. Takes only a few minutes to make, and tastes fantastic.
A beautiful and rich Croatian Walnut Roll, a traditional Holiday treat from the Balkans.
Kara and Marni Powers put a spin on the classic pumpkin pie, creating these pillowy cookie sandwiches.
Call it a drink, call it a dessert – either way, this is the perfect Christmas treat.
When the temperature drops and winter starts to feel downright apocalyptic, nothing brings feeling back to fingers like a boozy cup of hot cocoa.
These anthropomorphic cookies are a favorite among children and holiday-enthusiasts alike.
Dianna Muscari serves up what might well be the ultimate sweet holiday treat.
The quintessential holiday pie is guaranteed to lift anyone’s December spirit to new heights.
To this ‘Æbleskive’ dough there is used 1/2 litre milk, 30g yeast, 6 eggs, 2 tbs suger, 400g flour, 1/2 tbs cardamom and 130g melted butter. And then you..
Christmas classics like smoked ham and baked casseroles have long been popular in Finland, but recently new culinary traditions have developed.