From its gritty heyday, to one of the renowned film festival destinations, Utah not only beckons the adventurers to the great outdoors, its sleepy cities have grown diverse in entrepreneurship, budding with popular native and international flavors alike, even local craft alcoholic beverages, it’s no wonder many flock to Utah as an all-around destination; some even come to stay.
Spruce up your next batch of buttery shortbread cookies with lavender for a fun floral addition that’s perfect for spring.
From a casual afternoon on a blanket, to a full spread with all your friends in a park, here are the perfect picnic wines for each situation.
This Thai style dish of larb rice bowls is the perfect recipe to meal prep and pack for lunch or serve at the end of a busy day when there’s no time to cook dinner.
An ode to Tex-Mex foods, these Jalapeño Poppers are loaded with chorizo and mascarpone to cool things down.
This easy feta and tomato soup recipe is simple to make with just a few basic ingredients in 30 minutes. It’s creamy and perfect with basil and feta cheese. tomato soup with basil and rich, savory feta cheese.
Getting tired of the same old salad? Try this Spiced Sweet Potato and Kale Salad to switch things up. The sweet potatoes are smokey and full of flavor and the salad is packed with protein, thanks to hard boiled eggs.
This thick cheesecake is made tall and dense to be New York-style with Oreos in the batter and an Oreo crust.
This easy roasted salmon is served with an avocado-cucumber salsa. It’s a simple, refreshing way to prepare dinner in under 30 minutes.
Marinated in a gorgeous blend of spices, lime, ginger and garlic, this pork tenderloin is incredibly flavorful.
Sip away the spring season with these refreshing cocktails featuring seasonal ingredeints.
Spring is here, so we’re heading outside for a picnic. Enter, the ever-delicious green goddess egg salad dip loaded with fresh herbs. It’s perfect for packing up, scooping and sharing.
Dig into this easy sheet pan meal of pork loin and veggies that are served with a honey mustard sauce and can be ready to eat in 40 minutes or less.
London may not be top on your list of food cities, but after reading this you might change your mind. While the scene is ever-changing, here are a few favorite restaurants and dishes right now.
We love trying new foods and discovering new food products. Maybe you’ve had a taste of these already, maybe not. Here are a few new food products we are currently obsessing over.
Delicious, wholesome, nutritious and quick breakfast based on grains, nuts, seeds and fruits. Spend 10 minutes to make a big jar and use it whenever you need.
This Kolkata-style chicken is wrapped in an egg paratha and very similar to street food you would find in India. But each is different! Here is one take on the favorite bite.
A touch of coffee in the cupcakes and frosting is just what your next batch of cupcakes needs. Serve up these mocha chocolate cupcakes at your next gathering.
This lasagna recipe is loaded with spinach to become chicken florentine lasagna. It’s soft, cheesy and delicious.
Rosé wine cocktails are some of the easiest drinks you can make for guests, a party or just yourself. Spruce up your next glass with ice cubes frozen with spring berries.
This recipe for Spring Herbs and Smashed Eggs on Toast with butter is a quick and tasty way to satisfy your hunger, whether it be for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack.
This year, Barra Cascabel by Madrid-based Mexican Michelin restaurant Punto MX arrived to Lisbon. Making its debut in the Gourmet Experience at El Corte Inglés Lisboa, we asked Robert Ruiz what’s up.
Make something special for the weekend with this banana and Nutella croissant bake. It’s like baked French toast casserole, except this time with buttery croissants.
Perfect for spring, make a pan of this carrot bunt cake covered with a sweet cream cheese icing.
Dinner comes together quickly in this flavor-packed noodle recipe with asparagus, miso and tender mahi-mahi.
Whip up a batch of Vegan Breakfast Tacos stuffed with a flavorful tofu scramble, “bacon-y” crispy chickpeas, and roasted tomatoes in just 30 minutes.
Huevos rancheros is a traditional Mexican breakfast dish that consists of eggs, beans, tortillas and a tomato chili based sauce. Add a fun spin to the tomato chili sauce with and serve with a spicy tomato jam.
Inspired by Italian desserts, this simple cake is soft and filled with bright lemon flavor.
These Blueberry Banana Blender Muffins are everything you could ever want in a morning muffin. They’re packed with protein and flavor to keep you fueled and happy.
Here’s how to make homemade ricotta cheese in under an hour. Serve it with honey and berries or add it to your next pizza.
Those mini sweet peppers you see at the store? Grab a bag, because they make some vibrant, delicious recipes. Also known as Tribelli peppers, they’re crisp and colorful.
Nothing beats the super delicious, melt-in-the-mouth kind of flavors of chocolate cake truffles made with cake crumbs and rolled in different coatings.
Loaded with jalapeños, avocado, cilantro, lime juice, garlic and red onion, this pan of quinoa and beans is a fiesta for your tastebuds.
Step into spring with these berry-loaded strawberry crisps topped with an oat crumble.
April 12 is Grilled Cheese Day. What better way to celebrate than with extreme, loaded grilled cheese sandwiches and perfect wine pairings with Cavit wines?!
The perfect post-workout smoothie or afternoon snack packed with protein and berries. Blend up this spring sunflower butter smoothie STAT.
April 9th seems to be Gin and Tonic Day in the US. Let’s celebrate with these versions highlighting some of the best gins from around the world.
If you’ve dined out in Los Angeles you know how colorful, fresh and innovative the food can be. Thanks to some great chefs and dedicated farmers combined with an ideal agriculture climate, there are some stunning plates coming out of L.A. kitchens. Make those same famed dishes in your own home thanks to the new L.A. Cookbook.
Located far outside of Rome, the two Michelin starred restaurant, Ristorante La Trota, is well worth the trip to have a taste of its food.
Pascal Olhats, a classically trained French chef now cooking in California is on a quest to save endangered elephants of the world.
How many times have we all cracked open a can of chipotle peppers only to use one pepper in the whole can? No more! Here’s a list of recipes using canned chipotle peppers so you can use up the rest.
While not at all authentic, this version of tofu banh mi is served in a bowl with pickled daikon radishes and carrots and is totally vegetarian.
What better way to celebrate the spring season than with these mini lemon tarts topped…
Toasty, caramelized cauliflower with jammy roasted grapes are the ultimate side dish topped with a tangy yogurt sauce.
This spring critically acclaimed chefs from New York, Lima, Tokyo, Bilbao, Marbella and Copenhagen will…
Just in time for the warm weather, Denver’s LOW Country Kitchen is throwing open the door to their rooftop and it has stolen our hearts and tastebuds. Take a peek at our new favorite brunch spot.
Looking for a filling dinner that doesn’t take too long to make? Look no further. Dig into this Instant Pot Meatloaf complete with mashed potatoes.
Grill up some shrimp and serve it on a bright, herb-loaded bed of chimichurri pasta.
We often find ourselves with the odd half cup of buttermilk in our fridge. Rather than making the usual pancakes, fry up a batch of these easy buttermilk doughnuts.
Crusted in coconut and fried until golden, this French toast is a riff on an Almond Joy. Serve with a delicious chocolate sauce for true brunch joy.
Headed to Denver for a quick weekend trip? Check out our favorite places to stay, eat and explore, no car needed.
This Italian-style braised bok choy is complimented by white wine, anchovies, butter and garlic. Lemon zest-scented breadcrumbs add a great crunch on top.
Eggs are not only affordable, they’re pretty easy to turn into a quick meal. Here are five egg recipes we have been loving that are packed with nutrients.
When you are craving a meat-loaded taco, these slow cooker barbacoa tacos will satisfy. Beef roast is slowly cooked in a homemade guajillo chile pepper sauce until it is fall apart. Serve it simply in tortillas with red onion and cilantro.
With crispy chickpeas, smashed avocado, fresh veggies herbs and plain yogurt, this savory yogurt parfait is a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds. A delicious snack or breakfast that isn’t too sweet.
At their simplest, smørrebrød are open-faced sandwiches on a thin layer of rye bread, check out this version with chicken salad.
Most wine and food lovers know where to head for great bottles of wine in France and Italy and we are all familiar with hearing about wine country in the States. But do you know much about Chilean wine? Join us as we’re discovering wine country of Chile.
There’s nothing more refreshing than sipping a cool glass of Rosé. With a medium-body, and fruit aromas it’s the perfect wine to mingle in cocktails, sauces and paired with a host of foods. Here are 10 things to do with Rosé.
Whether you’re feeling tired, sick or craving something sweet, check out these smoothies that are sure to boost your mood and nutrients.
Left Bank is a charming West Village eatery serving New American eats combined with French and Italian classics. Pastas, classic apps, and a great wine selection.