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Let the tropics inspire your holiday favories by tasting the culinary delights of beautiful Kauai.
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.
Their “pop-able” nature makes brussels sprouts a prime ingredient for appetizer trays, but there’s so much more to sprouts than that. They’re bite-sized and adorable, sure, but they’re just as delicious deconstructed and loaded into cheesy dips or piled atop flatbreads and crostini. Check out these 10 fun ways to work them into your holiday lineup.
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.
If you are brave enough to battle the Black Friday chaos, more power to you. And to help get you through the mayhem, here are five survival cocktails you will need.
This holiday season, there are bound to be glasses full of wine, champagne and delicious cocktails. Are you the designated driver this year? Or do you just not really feel like drinking every day? This blackberry float is your savior – it’s absolutely delicious, looks fancy, and tastes sparkly. Feel the buzz of the holidays with or without liquor.
This seasonal, earthy, and sweet treat is like biting into fall.
It’s Meatless Monday! Take a favorite appetizer like tortilla chips and pico de gallo and put a fall twist to it with this recipe.
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.
Buttery puff pastry bites are filled with capicola, a cured meat, and topped with soft mashed potatoes before being baked to perfection. A blissful holiday appetizer.
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.
Make things merry and bright with beautiful cocktails, warm or cold, to get your holiday parties off on the right foot.
Soft and cheesy on the inside, these crispy fried potato croquettes are a perfect holiday appetizer.
Chef and food stylist Jesse Szewczyk shares his wish list for this holiday season that all the food lovers on your list will enjoy.
A chocolate vodka cake is enrobed in a festive peppermint white chocolate frosting. It’s rich, decadent and perfect for your holiday table.
Filled with vegetables, a sausage polenta bake is a perfect holiday main dish or side. With after dinner espressos, serve whole wheat chocolate hazelnut biscotti for a delicious nutty finish.
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.
Get ready for the holidays with this easy appetizer that can easily be made vegan so that all of your guests may have a bite. Or four.
The upcoming holidays call for great drinks specially made for the season. Both warm and cold, alcoholic and non, here’s a list of ideas to inspire you.
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.
This is the perfect recipe for a gluten-free Thanksgiving and it is delicious stirred into your oatmeal the next day, too.
Rosh Hashanah, or the Jewish New Year is a time for reflection on the past, looking forward to new beginnings, and in true Jewish form, eating.
Thin cinnamon-honey biscuits layered with vanilla cream and jam make for an authentic Croatian pie.
Giulia Scarpaleggia shares her family’s secret Carnival cenci recipe.
Gibanica, also called Medimurje gibanica, is a traditional Croatian cake baked for special occasions.
Cranberry Cream Cheese dip – serve it with fresh fruit.
Lebkuchen: a central European Gingerbread Cookie. Full of warm spices and iced with a snow-white topping, the perfect Holiday cookie.
This simple side dish will be a welcome addition to the Thanksgiving dinner table.
On New Year’s Day, Greek families cut the Vasilopita to bless the house and bring good luck for the new year.
December 23rd is not just ‘the day before the day before Christmas’. It’s much more than that, or can be if you’re willing to open your heart to one of the whackier holiday traditions on offer.
This lovely Swedish Christmas dish is essentially a potato gratin, topped with crispy breadcrumbs, soft on the inside and spiced up with small pickled sprats.
Try a different type of Christmas cookie this year. Mocha macarons with a peppermint-y filling. The perfect dessert twist on the classic drink.
Holidays are the best time to try your luck in the kitchen. What better reason to discover your inner chef?
A delicious cool buttermilk shake with warm holiday notes of cinnamon and raspberries.
Rose petal jam and ice cream is one of the most addictive combinations you can sink your teeth into.
The seasonal tastes of nutmeg and brandy make this a real treat to serve at a holiday party along with egg nog, mulled cider or a glass of sparkling wine.
This recipe makes a large batch, so depending on your guest list, you may find yourself enjoying the tangy, fragrant flavors with your leftovers.
Jackie Dodd with some precious advice on how to handle those ever present pumpkins of the season.