Bring some balance to the coldest winter days with comforting recipes. These are big on flavor and big on nutrients.
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!
Who doesn’t love cuddling up by the fireplace on a cold day?! Check out how to have a festive fireside picnic with Beaujolais Wines, a fun take on grilled cheese and other perfect bites.
Ready to get cozy? Check out these classically French dishes fit for the coldest days of winter and they’re elegantly paired with wines from Côtes de Bordeaux.
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.
If you’re anything like us, you really miss summer’s tomatoes come this time of the year. Thankfully, the freshest tomatoes of the season can be packed away and preserved for dark winter days. Check out these healthy, yet still warm and hearty winter recipes.
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.
The holidays mean heavy food, warm sweaters, and roaring fires. Refresh and brighten your palate with white wines that are full-bodied enough to pair with hearty flavors.
Don’t wait till the New Year to get off to a great start. Even though the holidays are in full swing, there are alternative options to a holiday menu that are just as comforting and tasty.
Impress all your guests this winter season with this a simple, gorgeous Winter Harvest Cheese Board. Gather a selection of cheeses, meats, crackers, nuts, and winter fruits for a show-stopping appetizer.
Somewhere along the lines, the culinary world eschewed boiled meats and vegetables as “bland” and “boring”–favoring, instead, techniques like searing, blanching, and sautéing. This could not be further from the truth. The basic method of boiling can transform carrots, cabbages and turnips into exquisite vegetables that melt in your mouth–and tough cuts of meat, like brisket or shanks, into tender and succulent wonders.
Thanksgiving is the biggest holiday feast of the year, and it is fast approaching. However, there is no need to dread all the gluttony at the table. Nor will any tastebuds have to sacrifice any savoring. These quintessential Thanksgiving fixings are all gluten-free! Yes, bellies will be stuffed, but not irritated. Go ahead, have those seconds, even thirds.
Perched on the shores of Lake Vänern, Läckö Castle is a stunningly well-preserved icon of West Sweden. Besides the unique lodging accommodations and lively events, the grounds are home to a producing garden and a talented crew of cooks.
With crispy bacon, leftover turkey, sweet pears, pickled brussels sprouts, and a sprinkling of cheddar cheese, this winter sandwich is anything but ordinary. Try it on game day.
In the dead of winter we could all use a bit of a warm escape. Take a load off, where ever you are, with a tropical drink to bring a peice of summer to you.
Julia Child is a culinary superstar, even Saturday Night Live thinks so! Enjoy a lighthearted video and a few chicken dinner recipes as temperatures drop.