Served in every beer hall in eastern France, choucroute garnie is the hot dog and sauerkraut dish of Alsace. To which we say, oui!
As a digestive, or after-dinner drink, limoncello is an Italian classic. How do you say “hiccup” in Italian?
Some would say Paleo power. We say cauliflower power. Witness the caped carb crusader as an uber creamy mash and a raw salad.
David practices proper Southern gentility by whipping up batch after batch of that good old-fashioned party must, pimento cheese.
A better way to start your day. Uh, we mean, end your day. That’s what we meant. Yes. End it. Ahem.
An elegant and easy riff on steak au poivre, made not with beef but duck breast cooked to a rosy medium-rare.
And you thought talking politics with Aunt Em was fun after she’s had a few sips of wine. Just wait’ll you slip her something stronger.
This sneaky sable, a French shortbread of sorts that’s crisp on the outside, tender on the inside, is going to rock your world.
Cranberries and sugar. Two things you probably have in abundance at the moment. May as well put them to extra sparkly use.
An impressive use for those pesky odds and ends that remain after slicing and dicing roots and tubers. Grandma’d be proud.
Sangria, dressed in white, with the help of Riesling, honey, sharp ginger liqueur, sweet Meyer lemon juice, and fall fruits.
Yeah, yeah, we know. You don’t need a recipe for Yukon golds, butter, milk, and salt. Or so you think. Try this and get back to us.
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