Break out the old fondue pot. February is the time to melt some cheese.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are filled with food traditions whether you are staying home or dining out. Here are some of my favorite foods I’ve enjoyed over the holiday season.
Popovers? Pen or LEGO holder? Tell us #kalypsocups.
Brighten up the Festival of Lights with latkes made from fresh local beets.
Lisa Harris, creator of the Morning Sunshine Breakfast Cookie, shares a recipe for a versatile cheesy cracker that would be a sure hit at any holiday party.
Chef Kevin Penner has made a name for himself in some of the finer restaurants in the Hamptons, but when the holidays roll around, he likes to relax at home with a bowl of popcorn — grown up popcorn. Fascinated by flavor profiles, there is no Jiffy Pop is not in this chef’s pantry!
Lisa Harris, the creator of the cookie that you can (and should) eat for breakfast, Morning Sunshine Breakfast Cookie, shares a recipe for these sweet and savory munchies … that are made in a Crock-Pot!
This twist on shrimp cocktail will wow your friends and family and leave room for the turkey.
You will forgive me for boasting a bit about my seven-year-old, because moms can’t help themselves sometimes, but also because once you try this…
It’s not hard to put together some ghoulish treats for adult trick or treaters.
This winter I am diving into local cuisine the bookworm way, by exploring a new-for-me cookbook, Ina Garten’s The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook.
We always thought the homemade stollen Aunt Greta brought each Christmas was a recipe from the old country. That was until I convinced my mom’s German aunt to teach me how to bake the rich holiday yeast bread, bejeweled with candied fruit and nuts.