You can use any hearty herb while roasting: bay, rosemary, thyme, oregano or a combination. And you can toss on any soft herb just before serving: chives, parsley, tarragon or dill.
If you start right now, you could have warm pretzels topped with salt or cinnamon sugar coming out of your oven in about two hours!
Cooking up this sauce is about a three-to-four-hour process, but most of the time it’s just bubbling away, making your house smell amazing.
This cozy cocktail is so balanced: sweet from the pear, tart from the lemon, herbaceous from the gin and fragrant from the vanilla bean and cinnamon.
If you’ve never swirled jam into muffin batter, what are you waiting for? You must do it. It’s about the easiest way to add fruity flavor all year long.
This cake is the perfect snow-day bake. This recipe does not require a mixer and you probably have most of the ingredients in your pantry.
This comforting soup is jazzed up with some exotic and floral saffron (think paella), white wine, lots of garlic and a few other flavors reminiscent of the beautiful cuisine of Spain.
These spicy salmon rolls are so fun to make at home. If you are severely missing going out for sushi: these will fix you right up! What’s more, homemade sushi is totally customizable.
The spirit of the season is still here. Put out delicious savory nibbles like these calzones — even if you are just enjoying them on the couch in your sweats!
Just in time … the recipe for Wild Thistle Kitchen’s famous white chocolate peppermint bark, plus links to recipes for other goodies perfect for a Christmas cookie box.