This Cranberry Aperol Spritz is perfect for fall or winter. With a hint of cranberries, bubbly prosecco and the delicious flavor of aperol, now spritzes aren’t just for the summer. They’re perfect for the holidays too!
While I love a classic Aperol Spritz for sipping on in the summer, once fall hits, I feel the need to switch up my cocktail game with more seasonal ingredients like maple, apple, cranberry, and pear. That’s when I’ll normally start mixing up these Cranberry Maple Bourbon Smash cocktails or this Hot Mulled Cider.
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Learn how to make Cheese Fondue at home with this classic, easy recipe. This is the best appetizer to serve at parties because it can be made in just 15-minutes and everybody loves it!
Looking for more easy appetizer recipes? Be sure to try these Sausage Bites in White Wine with Creamy Mustard Dip or these Irresistible Bacon Wrapped Dates. Continue Reading “Classic Cheese Fondue Recipe”
This Sous Vide Rack of Lamb recipe is juicy, tender and delicious. Cooked to a perfect medium-rare. It’s perfect for the holidays, especially when it’s served with these easy Sour Cream Mashed Potatoes and Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts.
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Sous Vide Prime Rib Roast is tender, juicy and perfectly cooked every time. It’s a perfect dish for the holidays, especially when it’s served with these easy Sour Cream Mashed Potatoes and Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts. Continue Reading “Sous Vide Prime Rib Roast with Garlic Herb Butter + VIDEO”
Learn how to make eggnog with this easy recipe that’s perfect for the holidays! Serve it as-is for a non-alcoholic eggnog or spike it with your favorite alcohol like brandy, bourbon or rum.
Winter is coming, which means bring on the chocolate shortbread cookies, Hallmark movies, and mugs of this amazing, creamy nog (preferably spiked). Continue Reading “How to Make Eggnog // Classic Recipe + VIDEO”
This traditional Potato Latkes recipe is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Their irresistible golden crusts are seasoned with just a sprinkling of salt and ready to be served with a side of sour cream and applesauce. They’re perfect for Hanukkah, but you’ll want to enjoy them year round.
PS – Love latkes? You’ll also love these smashed potatoes.
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