Check out these tips to easy entertaining and grab the recipe for this delicious gingerbread-crusted baked brie served with a cranberry sauce.
Sip away the season with a special gin we recently discovered and used to make a delicious cranberry and tonic.
Wrapped in bacon and served with a creamy horseradish sauce and a glass of Sonoma-Cutrer wine, these filet mignon bites are dressed to impress.
Make this special breakfast treat, a braided cinnamon danish made with homemade laminated dough.
Need an appetizer or snack that isn’t so heavy it will ruin the main dish or meal to come? Dip into this roasted tribelli pepper hummus and let its delicious flavors win you over.
Revamp your holiday brunch by serving egg Benedict with smoked duck, buckwheat blini with luxurious foie gras and a delicious brunch charcuterie board.
Creamy, hearty and warm, this sweet potato au gratin is a perfect side dish for the coldest days of the year.
Happy Hours are best when served at home. Take advantage of togetherness this season and host a happy hour with friends, wine and this butternut and apple flatbread.
With a gingersnap cookie crust, these brownies are a delightful chocolate treat for the winter months.
Whip up this delicious, fresh-tasting and super colorful appetizer of polenta bites topped with chorizo and sweet tribelli peppers.
Create a stunning appetizer that is simple to make with flavorful French goat cheese and plenty of fun things to dip with.
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For those moments when unexpected holiday guests are coming over, your day was too jam packed to plan an elaborate party dish or when you’re invited to a get-together and you totally forgot to plan a dish, these last minute appetizer recipes are here to save the day.
These classic cream puffs are filled with a Nutella cream filling and topped with chocolate glaze.
No scooping required, these brown butter cookie bars are loaded with dark chocolate chunks to make an insanely delicious dessert combo.
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These sweet potatoes are filled with toasted walnuts, fresh herbs, pomegranate seeds and drizzled with a tahini sauce.
From dry to sweet, Riesling wines are super versatile. Check out our guide to pairing Riesling wines at your fancy holiday parties or a casual night in. Plus, tips to stirring the wine into a delicious cocktail.
Spend a day making a batch of beautiful butternut squash ravioli. Enjoy a glass of wine while you cook and pair the dish with a Sonoma-Cutrer Pinot Noir when you serve the ravioli for dinner.
This apple cake is flavored with almond paste, cinnamon and orange zest, and full of apples in every bite. It’s great for both breakfast and dessert.
Soak up the last rays of fall sunshine with these tips to planning and packing a fall picnic.
Instead of the usual charcuterie board or crostini, make your smoked duck into a buttery, impressive braided smoked duck pastry appetizer. It’s sure to blow your guests away.
It’s time to get excited. Founders Brewing Co. has released their most sought-after beer, the CBS or Canadian Breakfast Stout.
Smørrebrød surfaced during the late 1800’s and is now being reinvented by Adam Aamann.
Planning for a cookie exchange or a holiday dessert spread? Check out our favorite cookies of the year. PS It’s National Cookie Day, get baking so you can celebrate.
These soft pumpkin streusel muffins have a crunchy-sweet topping and big flavor, but are still able to be vegan and gluten free.
Located in the heart of Sonoma County, Healdsburg is a wine oasis bursting with tasting rooms, restaurants, farms and idyllic views. Their moderate climate makes it the perfect spot for a wine adventure anytime of the year.
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As a fun appetizer or side, these veggie-filled savory crêpes are made with dairy free milk and filled with a dairy free cheese.
These BLT sweet potato bites are a creative and easy way to make an amazing appetizer using sweet potatoes. They’re perfect as a snack, appetizer or a light meal.
At your next winter party, refresh your guests before or after a heavy meal with this easy Moscato winter cocktail.
This hearty, smooth hubbard squash soup is made extra delightful swirled with an herb-loaded pistachio gremolata.
Make a pledge to get outside this week and enjoy the fresh air, good company and wine. Time to plan a fall picnic happy hour.
Just because the temperatures are dropping doesn’t mean an outdoor adventure is out of the question. Make a big batch of this warm bean soup, pack it up in a thermos and head out with a blanket and a bottle of wine for a walk in the woods or a stroll in the park.
These baked soy sauce chicken wings are coated in a sticky, sweet and salty sauce and makes for some finger-licking flavor.
This appetizer hits all the right notes for us. It’s salty, buttery and totally delicious when shared with others and paired with wine. Make plateful of these prosciutto-wrapped shrimp with sage-garlic butter for your next gathering.
French Goat Cheese and Roasted Mushroom Crostini
The next time you serve a charcuterie spread to your guests, serve a delicious cider flight to match.
Filled with peanut butter and enrobed in dark chocolate and chopped espresso beans, these peanut butter cups are the sweet snack you crave.
Hosting a holiday dinner? Think outside the box and serve up a flavorful, cozy Indian-Style vegetarian holiday dinner paired perfectly with wine.
What could be better than creamy tomato soup? Creamy tomato soup served with crispy bacon and smoked gouda croutons.
From interesting cookbooks to glamorous aprons or our new favorite chef’s knife, here is our go-to gift guide for the food lovers in your life.
Roast some sweet potatoes and be inspired with these six different, delicious ways to stuff them. There’s a topping for everyone.
Layered with creamy French goat brie, sweet pears, rosemary and a drizzle of honey, these versatile crostini are a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds.
Grab a bottle of wine, disconnect from social media and get outside for an internet detox and hard reset with friends and family around the campfire.
For the food and wine loving people on your list, give them a delicious gift from wine country and help support Sonoma County as it rebuilds and forges ahead after the devastating fires.
What could be a better appetizer than salty, crunchy cheesy Parmesan twists? Pair them with a bottle of Chardonnay and the party is off to a great start.
This warm gouda appetizer is wrapped in prosciutto and then puff pastry and baked until gooey. Serve the warm cheese topped with pear compote and toasted walnuts for edible bliss.
This festive pasta is made with roasted beets and served with French Bleu de Chèvre goat cheese and linguine to make for a cozy, beautiful, and easy meal.
These ridiculously flavorful Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers are made with sweet potato, chickpeas, and delicious southwest spices.
This pear and gorgonzola flatbread with prosciutto is a perfect combination of flavors. It’s easy, a delicious appetizer or main dish and utterly delicious when paired with Riesling.
Let’s be real, we don’t need a ton of encouragement to eat Prosciutto di Parma, we’d eat it right of the package just fine. But if you’re looking for some inspiration or a beautifully composed dish, read on for five delicious recipes.
Sticky toffee pudding is a hallowed British dessert which is essentially a warm date cake served with a toffee sauce. It’s deliciously rich and comforting treat, perfect for a chilly evening.
A hearty, Tex-Mex inspired meal of enchiladas loaded with a meaty filling, spicy green enchilada sauce and plenty of cheese.
Just like ones from the donut shop, these glazed, homemade apple fritters are fried, sweet and so, so good.
Check out some tips to easily hosting a small holiday gathering complete with a recipe for creamed spinach stuffed mushrooms paired with wine.
Braided with roasted garlic paste spread between the layers of dough, this garlic bread can be devoured right out of the oven or served with a bowl of soup.
Instead of a pastry crust, this colorful quiche is layered with sweet potatoes to give it its structure and filled with beets and goat cheese for delicious flavor.
Get a head start this morning making more room in the belly for feasting while also making a difference with Chef Curtis Stone.