Kohlrabi :: In Season

Once thought of as a bizarre, alien-looking vegetable, kohlrabi is now a mainstay in many people’s diets. This is no doubt in thanks to the proliferation of farmers’ markets and ...


Crispy Pork Belly with Fennel Black Salt

Just the right amount of crispiness coats these moist and tasty pork belly slices. Get the RECIPE at Donna Hay!


Sugar Buns

Sugar buns are a stunning morning treat, with layers of rich, flaky puff pastry dough swirled with a fragrant sugar mixture and coated in warm butter and sparkling sugar. ~ ...

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Spiced Molasses Hot Cocoa

The holiday-favorite combination of molasses and spices turns classic hot chocolate into a gingerbread-flavored treat. ~ Irene Fong of Canadian Living Get the recipe HERE! Image by Jodi Pudge

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Best Bar Tools

Our food staff has shaken, stirred, and spoken: These are the best—and most beautiful—accessories around. ~ Heath Goldman of Real Simple Read the article and get the tools …

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Roast Salmon, Gnocchi + Chestnuts

Homemade gnocchi in a creamy chestnut and butternut squash sauce makes a delicious winter treat. ~ Bryn Williams of BBC Food Get Bryn’s recipe HERE! Image via BBC Food

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Cheddar Apple Cider Soup

Apples and cheddar cheese are a classic pairing of tart and sharp flavors. Here, this classic combo tastes even better, as it’s matched with thinly slivered shallot rings that have taken a dive into hot oil to create a crispy, crunch topping. Serve a crisp, lightly dressed salad on the side, and ready yourself for […]

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Christmas Cake Ice Cream Truffles

A new twist on a chocolate truffle! Add cake crumbles and ice cream — a delightful surprise. Before making the truffles, place two large baking trays in the freezer to chill to prevent the ice-cream from melting. ~ Donna Hay GET Donna’s RECIPE HERE Recipe and image via Donna Hay.

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Thanksgiving Leftover Turkey Panini

For many, Thanksgiving is as much about savoring the leftovers as it is about the day-of feast. A fully-loaded turkey sandwich or a cold slice of pie can be pure bliss, especially when enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. So, the question begs: if you’re not hosting, how do you ask for leftovers […]

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Dutch Oven Braised Turkey

When you want the standard elements of Thanksgiving dinner — the turkey, the sweet potatoes, and some greens for good measure — but crave something a little bit different, turn to braised turkey. It’s a one-pot meal that has all the flavors you want in the big holiday main dish, without tasting quite like a […]

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Out of an Ingredient? Last-Minute Substitutions Cheat Sheet

It’s Thanksgiving day and you just realized you ran out of a crucial ingredient. Don’t freak out! Luckily, many ingredients can be approximated. While these swaps aren’t perfect, they may work in a pinch. Be sure to use common sense: if the missing ingredient makes up a large portion of the dish, you’ll likely have […]

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Blood Orange + Carrot Negroni

I’m a big lover of a Negroni, but I sometimes like to make mine with Aperol so it’s not as bitter as the original. If you aren’t using Antica Formula as your choice of red vermouth, definitely give Aperol a try. I wouldn’t dream of making a Negroni without it. With added carrot juice and […]

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