Belgian Liege Waffles - traditional yeast sugar waffles from Belgium.
Strawberry Rose Sangria
Quinoa and Hemp Seed Granola
Ramp and Goat Cheese Grilled Cheese
Peanut Butter Bars with Peanut M&Ms
Sweet and Spicy Candied Walnuts
Guinness Stout Cupcakes with Bailey's Ganache Filling and Jameson Buttercream.
Creamy hummus with roasted red peppers
Guinness Shepherd's Pie
Dark Chocolate Raspberry Truffles
Meyer Lemon Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake
Soft Pretzel Sticks with Spicy Cheese Sauce
Sweet and salty Bacon Kettle Corn
Feta stuffed lamb meatballs on a bed of sauteed onions with tzatziki sauce.
Pecan Butterscotch Blondies topped with a sprinkling of sea salt.
From Emeril's Kicked-Up Sandwiches, a simple but flavorful calzone.
The Barefoot Contessa's Baked Shrimp Scampi
White Chocolate Dipped Cranberry Almond Biscotti
Simple orange scented cranberry muffins - perfect for using up leftover fresh cranberries from Thanksgiving!
Brussels Sprouts pizza with bacon and onions.
Homemade maple nut granola with pecans, cashews and walnuts.
Kicked up noodle Ramen from the cookbook Fire In My Belly.
Beef and roasted poblano peppers chili
Flemish Beef Stew made with short ribs and Ommegang Abbey Ale.
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies with Biscoff Cream
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