Turn your household produce Batman festive like this watermelon with carving tips from Vegetable Fruit Carving.
I love s’mores. It’s probably the only reason I go camping. That melted chocolate and toasted marshmallow all surrounded by a crunchy graham cracker…okay, now I am drooling!
It’s spring! Celebrate with this simple Strawberry & Jasmine cocktail made with rosé wine, and finished with an edible flower. It’s as tasty as it is pretty!
A few years back, watermelon was all the rage. Chefs allover were using the fruit in many new and interesting ways, for example, it was even being grilled! But, when it’s all said and done, this recipe is still my favorite use of the quasi-melon. Enjoy this gazpacho with an off-dry Viognier or any white with floral and honey-type notes.
My goal for this recipe was two-fold. Make gingerbread men a wee bit less crunchy and to make them a smidge healthier. Sweet potato seemed like the perfect choice because, well, sweet potatoes are amazeballs. Also, if you’ve had candied sweet potatoes during the holidays… you know just how well they go with ginger.
I am always looking for fun and exciting ways to add heat to a meal. I put it in my sangrias, popsicles and pretty much everywhere. Well, sometimes I just want to go straight to the source.
Tomato sauce is a simple sauce that is about highlighting the tomato. It isn’t just tomatoes but you don’t want to take the sauce in any particular direction. You are celebrating the tomato, plain and simple.
With this simple tip on keeping a cut avocado fresh in the refrigerator, you can enjoy the remainder for up to 5 days, maybe a full week. Oh, and even save money by wasting less food!
They are sorta the perfect deviled egg for Easter! Spiked with vodka and colored with fresh red beets, this recipe makes candy-filled Easter more adult oriented.
Here’s a delicious no-fuss holiday appetizer recipe made with red wine, fresh cranberries, and orange spice tea. Served over warm brie, it’s easy and delicious.
I love the idea of a warm salad so why not a salad with fire? A Caprese seemed liked the best choice. Typically served cold, this would be an interesting twist one wouldn’t expect.
This winter salad has enough flavor to keep you eating healthy all through the holidays. The roasted persimmons add a lot of flavor and there’s just enough brie cheese to make you feel like you’re cheating on your diet. Maybe you are?
Fudgsicles made with chocolate earl grey tea, vanilla bean, and filled with candied orange peels. A delicious tea-based popsicle recipe.
Fresh avocado, tart pineapple, creamy almond milk, and fresh spinach, are just a few of the ingredients in this savory and sweet summer smoothie.
I love breakfast, especially during lunch or dinner. And baked eggs is one of my favorites. It’s quick, simple, and super tasty. This Salsa Verde Baked Egg dish is no different.
A quick and easy Halloween recipe that is both vegan and gluten free. Plus, on a stick. Definitely make these marshmallow stuffed cookies.
Whether it is tangy yellow peaches or sweet white peaches, you’ll get the most out of your hard earned cash with these tips for buying and storing them.