Recipes for winter featuring seasonal ingredients. Including main entrees, warming side dishes, and comforting soups. The decadence of the holidays has passed and now it’s time for some winter classics. Whether you are looking for simple soups or one pan meals, this collection has you covered.
Cookies and cream hot chocolate bombs are an easy to make, decadent hot chocolate treat. White chocolate truffles filled with hot cocoa and chocolate sandwich cookies, they also double as dessert.
Game day has returned! Whether you are tailgating at home or at the main event, these ten tips make preparing for the big game a breeze.
With colorful layers of beets, sweet potatoes, and parsnips, and a honey brown butter sage sauce, these oven roasted root vegetables are simple to assemble and a gorgeous addition to your fall table or your holiday meal. Make it up to three days in advance and bake it on the big day.
Easy lemon bars with a buttery shortbread crust and a luscious lemon filling. Perfectly tangy and sweet, they are the best lemon bars I’ve ever tasted.
A grazing board is the ultimate way feed your friends the next time you entertain at home. With something for everyone, all that is missing is the wine! AD
These brown butter garlic mashed potatoes feature Yukon gold potatoes and a brown butter garlic and sage sauce. Perfect for holidays, special occasions, or any family gathering.
Hazelnut crusted oven roasted turkey breast. With a thick, crunchy hazelnut crust and the flavors of garlic, parsley, sage, and orange, it’s like having your turkey and stuffing in one.
Panko crusted rockfish fillets are hand breaded and oven fried to the perfect golden brown on the outside with mild flaky fish on the inside. They make for an easy, but impressive dinner and even the pickiest palates will approve.
With chunks of spicy sausage and aged cheddar this Cheddar Sausage Guinness Beer Bread takes beer bread to the next nevel. It’s not traditional, it’s like beer bread all grown up.
Bangers and mash with Guinness gravy upgrades the classic combination of sausages and potatoes with a rich, flavorful Guinness gravy. This comfort food meal is delicious any day, but has become my go to meal for St. Patrick’s Day.