Have you ever walked into a wine store and wondered what the difference is between Champagne, Prosecco, and Cava? Explore where and how sparkling wines are made and how to make the right choice when you’re buying wine.
For one of the world’s great culinary treats spit roast your next leg of lamb. Spit roasted leg of lamb is tender and delicious and oh so fun to watch as it spins slowly over the grill.
Since its earliest days as the original cocktail, the Old Fashioned has undergone an evolution with thousands of variations. This classic Old Fashioned recipe uses bourbon, strips out the mid-century addition of soda while keeping the orange slice and cherry that…
Growing up tomato soup was my least favorite school lunch item. It tasted like the lunch ladies just watered down a big pot of water with a small can of V8 and a dash of red food coloring. It took…
Savory Pancetta and Leek Bread Pudding is an amazing side dish that goes with anything roasted. The smell of pancetta, leeks, and garlic sautéing in butter should be enough to get you to try this savory bread pudding.
Sous vide leg of lamb is an easy and delicious way to cook lamb. The bright herb flavors in the rosemary and thyme, coupled with the sliced lemon and garlic give this recipe a warm Mediterranean vibe.
Rich and dense, this chocolate bread pudding with cherry amaretto coulis recipe begins on the stovetop and finishes in the oven before becoming one with a cherry sauce and whipped cream.
In this sautéed green bean recipe, the balsamic vinegar helps create a bright, summery marinade with the lemon juice and basil that take regular green beans to another level.
This sous vide rack of lamb recipe uses rosemary and garlic to bring the flavors of the Mediterranean to life with lamb so juicy and flavorful that it will melt in your mouth.