Comforting and layered with a multitude of flavors, this warm ham and cheese spinach dip is the ultimate holiday appetizer to feed your grazing guests. Pair with a one of the suggested wines and you are set for success.
Add apple cider and a cinnamon stick to your morning cup of black tea for a new twist.
Get the best of both worlds with this red hot cinnamon ice cream embraced in a root beer float.
The weather outside may be frightful, but these cocktails are so delightful. Keep the cold at bay with simmered sips that will warm you from the inside out.
Made with frothed nondairy milk, like soy or almond, this rich hot chocolate is boosted with superfood maca for a malty flavor and a jolt of energy.
For a quick lunch or served with salmon, this refreshing potato salad is served warm with a mustard seed dressing. Perfect for a cozy winter meal.
This warm pumpkin salad is topped off with salty bacon and crunch pumpkin seeds. Try this as a delicious holiday side or as a simple main dish during the week.
Rich chicken tortilla soup can be made without seasoning packets and canned sauces. Try this recipe served with crisp tortilla chips and creamy avocado.
It’s officially chili season! This collection of recipes feature unexpected flavor combinations to keep things interesting and cozy during the colder months.
Iceberg topped with cherry tomatoes, bacon and sliced sirloin is sent over the edge with a homemade blue cheese dressing with sweet raw honey and figs.
Forget the cold and dive into little wontons filled with flavorful pork, in a steaming bowl of rich broth.
From classics to cultural, these chicken soup recipes will soothe the soul and warm you up.
Asparagus and toasted hazelnuts served with an egg and bacon is a great breakfast or lunch, drizzled with a mustard vinaigrette.
Quince is a sweet fruit, and has a rosy hue when cooked.This galette is a wonderfully aromatic and simple conclusion to a meal.
This is something you could totally serve aside chicken, steak or pork.
Sure, salads are usually healthy, but why don’t we toss a fried element in there for the heck of it? Fried things. Don’t fight it. Embrace it.
With spring arriving quickly in the Northern Hemisphere, here’s a salad that’s perfect for those in-between-days.