All-You-Can-Eat? Really, Honest Cooking? We know what you’re thinking, but just like every other food lover, the thought of unlimited or bottomless food or drinks can be quite enticing. We have found our favorite. Especially for meat lovers, Fogo de Chão, takes the cake as our favorite all-you-can-eat restaurant.
We miss summer’s tomato bounty. While we dream of warm days, we’re happily digging into these recipes that use preserved tomatoes. We like to cook with Pomì’s Italian tomatoes that are such high quality and full of the taste of summer.
A wine that represents California’s beautiful farmland? That may sound weird or boring, but stay with us! Winemaking always sounds so idyllic and romantic, but farming? Not so much. We tried Elysian, an organic California Merlot that highlights all the crucial parts of farming, growing grapes and the land itself. It’s delicious and its story is beautiful and important too.
Tune in to “It Starts With Wine”, a new wine series on Amazon that highlights lesser known wine regions making beautiful bottles.
There are few things better than taking in the snowcapped Rocky Mountains by moonlight. Check out these two favorite moonlit mountain dining events happening now in Colorado.
Everyone loves pancakes. And just about every culture has some sort of a cake batter cooked in a pan or oven. Check out these 10 pancakes from around the world, sweet and savory.
Don’t just serve the usual bubbles at your New Year’s Eve shindig, open a bottle of Prosecco Superiore. This high-quality sparkling wine is the perfect way to elevate a low key night at home ringing in 2019 or to bring to a gathering with friends.
Need a delightful party appetizer? Make and serve fried oysters with a deviled egg sauce from Chef Kevin Johnson of The Grocery. They’re perfect with a glass of bubbly!
Mix up one big bowl of punch to serve on New Year’s Eve instead of spending time shaking together a cocktail for each of your friends. Set out a bucket of ice, festive glasses, the big-batch punch cocktail and a bottle of bubbles for the traditionalists. We’re ready for you 2019!
Swap out some of the butter in a super flaky biscuit recipe for pesto bianco, aka lardo, for absolutely delicious biscuits.
There’s nothing that kills conversation at the holiday dinner table like mentioning the diet you are going to start on January 1st. Instead of jumping on a fad food regimen that is hard to stick to, check out these food resolutions that you should make and are fun to keep.
Want to cook a vegetarian dinner party? Or do you have vegetarian guests coming over for the holidays? The new cookbook, Feasts of Veg brings together recipes that are beautiful for gatherings.
Need an easy and delicious dairy-free dessert for the holiday? Look no further! This “cheesecake” is made with simple food like dates and almond milk to create a creamy peppermint cheesecake.
The perfect pour for celebratory sipping and all of winter, this big-batch mulled cocktail recipe is super easy to make and features seasonal spices, citrus and berries. Grab a bottle of Spanish Rioja wine and Brockmans gin and you are set for success!
It’s easy to focus on the bread, the main dish, the drinks and dessert, they’re often more exciting. But don’t forget the veggies! Check out these festive holiday sides that are flavorful and far from boring. They might even steal the spotlight.
Norwegian food has a lot to do with its landscape and its culture. Nevada Berg’s new cookbook, North Wild Kitchen: Home Cooking from the Heart of Norway, delves into foraging, fishing, harvesting and more that is common to Norwegian life.
Known as the “Breadbasket of the World”, Kansas is a top grower of wheat so it’s no wonder that they make some awesome wheat vodka. Check out this creamy and sweet brown bread vodka cocktail featuring TILL Vodka.
Located in central France, a breathtaking part of Europe, Loire Valley wines are fresh, fruity and food-friendly. Here are five fast facts and why you should be drinking more wine from the region.
It’s the perfect season to spend time in the kitchen cooking and then share that good food, paired with Loire Valley wines, with good company. Check out these favorite winter food and wine pairings.
Executive Pastry Chef Rachel Maynard has perfect the Pumpkin Soufflé and you can totally make it at home.
There are so many fun treats and sweets to make this time of the year. Let the kids help! These easy holiday treats are fun, festive, delicious and totally doable, even if you have a long to-do list.
Not sure what to get someone that is into kitchen gadgets? Check out this knife guide and give them the perfect tool for the task.
In the winter we crave carbs. It’s all a part of our hibernation process. Check out these favorite winter pasta recipes to get cozy with.
There are few things better than having a guest show up at your door with a bottle of bubbles. A bottle of Prosecco Superiore wine, to be exact.
Elevate your holiday gathering or winter dinner party with an array of Prosecco Superiore bottles that are perfect with so many festive foods.
To Sommeliers, arguably the most knowledgeable wine people in the world, how do Grenache wines from Europe rank? We chatted with three different wine professionals to hear what they love about these European wines and how they like to pair them with food.
There’s nothing better than spending a cozy winter morning with your favorite people, good food and a warm cup of coffee. Relax in your pjs and make one of these holiday brunch recipes for your family or to feed a crowd of visitors.
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Check out these fast Garnacha/Grenache pairing tips so you have one less thing to think about this season. Grab a few and store them in the pantry so you never show up empty-handed to a gathering and so you have a bottle on hand to offer to your holiday guests.
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We love fudge and we want our stockings filled to the brim this year! Check out these 10 delicious fudge recipes to sneak into cookie exchanges and fill the holiday dessert tables with.
The holidays and tamales go hand-in-hand and that is definitely the case in San Antonio. Check out this festive tamale recipe from a Davila’s BBQ, a favorite spot serving traditional Latin American and Vaquero-style dishes.
Creamy, thanks to the avocado, and full of flavor from the Maille Old Style mustard, this avocado-mustard dip is great with fresh vegetables, crackers, pretzels or dolloped on a cheese board.
Whether you are searching for a random bottle for your Friday night, a perfect pairing with your holiday meal, or a gift for a wine lover, check out our current favorite bottles coming our of California.
It’s inevitable that after Thanksgiving, there will be leftovers. Check out these three easy sandwiches to make with that leftover turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing. The best part? Each sandwich pairs easily with a Beaujolais wine.
Need a festive, delicious appetizer that also happens to be gluten-free? Look no further. These roasted sweet potato medallions are topped with a creamy blue cheese and a drizzle of zesty honey Dijon sauce.
This popcorn is not just for watching movies. It makes for a perfect party snack or appetizer with fun, crunchy texture and big flavor.
Whether it’s bread, pie, or rolls, plan out your baking projects for the holiday week ahead with these Thanksgiving-ready recipes.
It’s soup season and we are serious about soup season. To go with so many of our hearty, warm bowls, we have picked out a wine to pair. This Italian bottle is perfect to take your usual soup night to a whole new level of special.
One says Garnacha, another bottle reads Grenache. What gives? How can a grape be both Spanish and French? It’s European! Let’s dive into the wonderful world of Garnacha/Grenache wines!
Fresh apples, apple sauce, apple cider vinegar, apple juice… it’s apple season for sure! Check out these delightful sweet and savory apple recipes that are perfectly cozy and festive for fall.
We know how to serve wine, what to mix with our spirits and what temperature the beers should be, but what do you know about sake? Check out this guide to learn How to Serve Sake and enjoy it with casual meals or festive dinner parties.
Wassail; a fun word and it is even more fun to drink. Check out how to make the tried a true recipe from Frisco, Colorado, home of Wassail Days, and annual weeklong celebration of the Old English cider drink.
If you’ve ever spent time studying a wine label, you might have noticed that some European wines have a special logos, stamps and acronyms. But what do they mean? Check out these tips to hacking a Garnacha wine label’s meaning.
Whether someone is vegetarian, gluten or dairy free, check out this delicious and well-rounded tailgate menu ideas that are perfect for game day. Everyone will be happy!
November 8th has been dubbed “International Tempranillo Day.” Being the main grape of Rioja, check out a few food and Rioja wine pairings, featuring Tempranillo, to celebrate with.
We’re busy. You’re busy. It’s a crazy time of the year! Just because you don’t have time to cook a big dinner, doesn’t mean you can’t have a nice meal paired with wine. Check out these takeout and Garnacha wine duos.
Fall is the perfect time to escape in your warm kitchen and spend a cozy evening at home with your family or friends. Check out these delicious fall food and wine pairings and get ready to host a spectacular meal.
Serve up these fun finger food bites loaded with cheese carbs and more for your next game day gathering. The best part? All you will need is napkins.
We’ve found a new kombucha we love! Founded in Oregon, Brew Dr. Kombucha is not too sweet, but still packed with fizzy flavor. To celebrate the beverage, we want to teach you how to make kombucha granita, a perfect sweet treat after a heavy meal.
Make your Thanksgiving dessert table extra festive this year with cupcakes decorated to look like little turkeys.
Craving something salty or sweet? Check out these comfort foods to soothe your soul.
Having been in the winemaking world for over 150 years, the Rothschild family is known for their quality French wines. But did you know they also have labels and vineyards in Argentina and Chile? Here’s while we love their South American wines.
Pumpkin pie and cider? Roast turkey and cider? Here’s how to pair ciders with our favorite fall foods. With a relatively low ABV, a fine heritage cider is a perfect partner to autumn foods and dishes.
Creating a European tapas spread revolving around Garnacha/Grenache wines: a delicacy from the old world
This Dia de los Muertos, shake together an Orange Añejo Margarita. With bright, warming orange flavors and Suerte Añejo tequila, it’s the perfect way to bright up a fall evening and ideal for sipping as you pass out candy to the trick-or-treaters or celebrate Dia de los Muertos.
Get cozy this season with these fall comfort foods. Each recipe is a bit different and hits a different craving, but all are delicious and are made with eggs.
You might have a different opinion, but based on what we have been tasting, Merlot is back! It has returned from it’s boring, stuffy world to be bright, beautiful and interesting.
Need a cozy dinner idea that pairs with wine? Dive into a pot of this smoked gouda mac and cheese, paired with Spoken Barrel Cabernet Sauvignon for a bold duo.
Skip the creepy (and not in a good way) punch bowl recipes and make these fun, and actually delicious, Halloween cocktails for your party.