Get cozy with this bourbon and brown sugar sour cocktail sweetened with blueberries stashed in the freezer.
Also known as Russian cream, this tangy panna cotta is made with sour cream and so easy to throw together before a big summer dinner party.
A straightforward drink with a silky egg white, tangy citrus, and a touch of sweet marmalade.
Light, fizzy Corona and earthy whiskey flavor combinations make this beer cocktail alarmingly easy to drink.
We experiment with eggs as a cocktail ingredient in celebration of Egg Month!
Welcome spring with this zesty and floral take on a sours cocktail.
Create this simple cocktail with four ingredients and a few strong shakes for a frothed egg top.
Easily make your own spiced and pickled beets for a perfect meat and cheese board or salad accompaniment.
Made with gin and Japanese shochu, this citrus-y yuzu flip has hints of jasmine tea and is just refreshing enough for a January reset.
Glazed with a sweet and spicy sauce, this roasted duck has a crispy mouthwatering skin.
In about a half of an hour, you can make a crispy pork dish tossed in a homemade sweet and sour sauce with bell peppers and pineapple. It’s better than takeout.
Grab some frozen blueberries and make this earthy bourbon cocktail with a tangy shrub and prosciutto garnish. Perfect for a holiday party.
Sweet, sour, succulent pork belly is braised until tender and a dark color with bold flavor. Serve inside of steamed buns for a delicious bite.
For this vegan soup, think guacamole – only creamer. Think gazpacho – only greener and topped with the best homemade toppings imaginable.
Make a vibrant fermented cabbage and beet duo that is great as a side salad and even better on tacos, sandwiches, and beyond.
This is a Chinese favorite beyond China. Learn how to create the dish with the perfect balance of flavors. The recipe is basic so get ready to eat.
This cake is a real treat for the eyes. Who would have thought that sour cherries could be so sweet?
Ice cream made from whisking sour cream, condensed milk and vanilla. It is so tasty and easy with only two steps and it can be the base for any flavor.
Ripe plums in this moist cake are absolutely divine. Grab a fork and dig in while they’re still in season.
Create fluffy, rich pancakes by adding sour cream and whipped egg whites. Spruce up the traditional griddle cake with added blueberries.
Indian pickles are very different from western pickles. They combine a complex mix of flavors and spices.
If you are looking for new ways to introduce some healthy goodness to your life, this is for you.
Enjoy this scrumptious herb meatballs recipe from Bryan Pickard.