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.
Entertaining during the holiday season can be a blast or it can seem daunting. Check out these holiday entertaining tips complete with appetizer recipes that pair with the ever-festive Prosecco Superiore wine for a stress-free, yet elegant, holiday gathering.
Holiday festivities are here, which for me means two things: cocktails and hors d’oeuvres! One of my favorite things about this time of year is creating the drinks and small bites that my family enjoys when we all get together.
One of the best ways to toast to the season is with an inspired happy hour right at home. One of the best ways to share unique flavors and sips is with a appetizer and Prosecco pairing.
Alex Guarnaschelli creates winter recipes using Robert Mondavi Woodbridge wine such as Vegetable Lasagna, Onion Sausage and Apple Stuffing
This holiday season, take your charcuterie board to a whole new exciting level. You can even ditch the physical board and dish out this elaborate spread of deliciousness.
Hanukkah is a traditional Jewish holiday celebrating the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Also known as the Festival of Lights, the celebration is a time of gift giving, games, and eating oil-based foods. Enjoy the eight days of Hanukkah with these 15 traditional and holiday-themed desserts from across the web.
Still pondering what fish should be included and how it should be prepared for your holiday dinner? Look no further than this easily baked red snapper.
There is absolutely no better time to experience New York City than during the holidays. The Dream Midtown shares a wondrous holiday cheer in the Pent House Dream. Guests and visitors can get festively buzzed, spreading their holiday spirit with comfort and joy.
For a cold winters day, a sparkling holiday party or as a toast on New Year’s Eve, check out these festive holiday cocktails, all with just five ingredeints or less.
Indulge this holiday season with chocolate candy cane pots de creme, they’re a little minty and totally rich. Creamy and loaded with chocolate, these little jars of deliciousness will put everyone in a sweet mood.
As a side or main, whip up a sun-dried tomato risotto by easily baking in the oven. Create a fun chocolate dessert cake with yogurt and cannellini beans.
Easily prepare spinach and artichoke lasagna well before your guests arrive, then bake and enjoy. Finish the meal with a rich chocolate arborio rice pudding.
Liven up your holiday spread with a rich, slow cooked sausage and mushroom dish served over creamy polenta. Finish the meal with a fudgy chocolate cake topped with Baci chocolates.
May 25th is one of our favorite holidays of the year, National Wine Day. Although, we must admit that we don’t need such a day to encourage to taste wines. To celebrate, check out these favorite wine bars across the country and beyond.
Twice baked cheddar and sage potatoes are smooth, creamy, and an easy recipe that is a unique twist on classic mashed potatoes. Plus, they are perfect winter comfort food.
No need to feel crummy this holiday season because you are busy, staying up late, going out, and eating festive foods. Here are a few tips to eating well, plus a fun appetizer recipe.
An easy artichoke and garlic butter pasta followed by one bowl brownies are recipes you need during the busy holiday season.
A simple spaghetti and meatball recipe is revamped with pumpkin and served as an elegant meal with a sweet finish of chocolate dipped gingerbread biscotti.
Our favorite cinema-inspired recipes, each paired with a classic holiday scene that in true-to-life fashion ends in family disaster or heartfelt feelings.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on everything we’re thankful for, like the assistance of family, time with loving pets and the power of a really good meatball.