a seasonal food blog
This is a tart for chocolate lovers, filled with deep chocolate, bitter coffee and a crumbly hazelnut crust. The airy mousse and delicate crust can be made ahead for an easy and elegant chocolate dessert.
This is the ultimate party dessert! Learn how to make a chocolate board and pair it with wines, dried fruit and roasted nuts for your next gathering.
This is a thick, hearty bread filled with a delicious mix of nutty seeds. Enjoy this bread with a thick smear of butter and a sprinkling of flaky sea salt.
These dark chocolate cookies have a deep, dark, rich flavor and chunks of bitter chocolate scattered throughout. The chewy, chocolatey cookie is sprinkled with delicate flakes of sea salt that enhance the flavors of this irresistible treat.
Rich stock, sweet tender cabbage and chewy farro are pulled together with a heavy shower of Parmigiano Reggiano and peppery drizzles of olive oil. This soup is hearty, simple and incredibly comforting— just what you need in the depths of January.
An invigorating citrus salad to brighten up your winter meals. Deeply toasted quinoa, wilted kale, orange wedges and hazelnuts are tossed with a creamy, fresh lemon tahini dressing.
Eggs benedict is one the best breakfasts out there! This is a recipe for a classic eggs benedict, with toasted english muffins, browned canadian bacon, and an extra lemony (very easy) hollandaise sauce.
This classic Champagne cocktail is an elegant way to ring in the New Year! The spiced bitters, touch of sweetness and fragrant lemon zest elevate your standard glass of bubbly and make the night extra special.
A strata is a simple breakfast casserole that you can assemble the night before. Here, soft buttery brioche is mixed with bites of salty sausage, cheesy strands of gruyere and sweet chunks of apple and fennel. It’s the perfect holiday breakfast for friends and family.