Tangerines and kumquats are highlighted in this wintry sangria, balanced by tart cranberries and the earthy, sharp flavors of ginger and black pepper.
If you're looking for a sweet stop in Vancouver, try one of these three treats.
Hot, bubbly broccoli and artichoke dip in 35 minutes? Green Giant Frozen Broccoli & Cheese Sauce makes no-stress party prep simple. Grab a baguette and some crackers to serve with this delicious dip and you'll be the hit of the party.
We're not quite deep into root vegetable season yet, but we do have plenty of chard to work with. Here, it appears in a 20 minute one-skillet vegetarian pasta flavored with lemon, sumac, garlic, and shallots.
The real determining factor of whether or not a cookie establishment is worth a visit is if they can bake up an impressive chocolate chip cookie. Schmackary's succeeds and then some.
This longstanding Japantown favorite serves plenty of cooked dishes, but most people are there for the fish. Affordably priced sushi, sashimi, and chirashi all aim to please, with successful results.
I don't think I've ever heard anyone talk about restaurants they care about in Hyde Park. Instead, you usually hear people adamantly professing how little they care for the local restaurants. Admittedly, Hyde Park's restaurant scene is about as hip and happening as people who use the phrase "hip and happening" un-ironically. Well, with the opening of A10, there might actually be something worth caring about.
I'll have maybe one glass of eggnog a year, but that's it. After that, any leftovers are going to sit in my fridge, waiting to haunt me in the new year. At least that's how it used to go. Enter eggnog whipped cream.
Grilling is big business, and there seems to be a gadget to perform every task you can dream of on the grill. Cutting through those frivolous gifts, this guide is a lot of (mostly) honest grilling accessories that almost all outdoor cooks would love to own
The only Paulaner Bräuhaus in the western hemisphere recently landed in New York City.
I am not sure quite what happened to all the value wines that Buenos Aires used to have, nor how such mediocre pasta sits along side such delicious meats, but if you stick to salads and share the mixed grill, you'll eat well here.
We've hit that part of December that's all about entertaining, baking, and gift shopping, but if you're looking to spread some holiday cheer a little further, it's worth considering making some charitable donations for the holidays as well. To that end, we've set up a donation page for Oxfam America, and anyone who donates $50 or more will be eligible to win one some cooking gear from Cuisinart.
There's something new on Olive Garden's lunch menu: a burger topped with Italian prosciutto, mozzarella, arugula, marinated tomatoes, and aioli. We took it for a test-drive.
Meatballs don't always evoke thoughts of a quick, satisfying meal, but these ones should: no milk-soaked breadcrumbs, searing, or homemade tomato sauce necessary. Crumbled feta and one egg add plenty of moisture and flavor to ground chicken and quick-sautéed spinach, flavored simply with paprika and salt.
That childhood icon of holiday mischief, Macaulay Culkin, has struck again—not with Rube Goldberg-esque hijinks, but with the demo recently released by his new band, The Pizza Underground.
At almost $10, it's definitely overpriced, but if you're looking for something juicy and crunchy and fried to satisfy your hunger quickly, look no further.
After an insane first week, Eataly Chicago closed for a day to restock.
We pay a visit to Portland's recently opened Broder Nord, featuring Swede-inspired cuisine. The menu, identical to that of the SE Broder location, highlights daily lefse (flatbread with various savory and sweet fillings), baked eggs, hashes studded with smoked seafood and seasonal vegetables, and Swedish-inspired charcuterie boards with piles of house-cured gravalax, and tiny jars of yogurt and granola.
Do these gluten-free brownies taste as good as the original? We found out.
What's better than washing down your favorite Christmas candy with your favorite spirit? Sneaking those candies into said spirits, of course! Armed with a crazy array of seasonal candy and a liquor cabinet stocked with booze (plus mason jars with tight-fitting lids) we set about to figure out how to make holiday candy-flavored liquor.
When Concourse Village Senegalese restaurant Maryway shuttered some months back, I lost my favorite mafe—a peanut stew— in the Bronx. Rich and savory without being overwhelmingly peanut buttery, Maryway's was one of my favorites in the five boroughs, and, come to think of it, the only one in the Bronx worth seeking out. I've been hunting for a worthy heir ever since, and after months of vain pursuit, I've found one at Williamsbridge's Saloum.