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80 Wintry Treats That Will Make You Feel Warm and Cozy
Keep the winter blues away with these dessert recipes that will warm you from the inside out. Think hot chocolate, bread pudding, cobbler and so much more. The post 80 Wintry Treats That Will Make You Feel Warm and Cozy appeared first on Taste of Home.
For the first stretch of 2021, as I’ve been eating popcorn covered in—and, um, more popcorn covered in cheese powder—our Food52 community has been cooking and baking up a storm. Good for you! Behold: our top 10 new recipes this month. Forty percent of which involve Parmesan. Yes.
“These particular cigar-shaped pastries, my great-aunt's recipe, are the answer to the question that has plagued pudding for centuries: Where is the texture contrast?” writes Charles Dabah for ourcolumn.
FromNik Sharma’s latest cookbook, —featuring a tangy, creamy, golden turmeric sauce that any roasted vegetable will adore.
Level up your New Year's Day brunch with a classic eggs Benedict
Brunch is a crowd favorite 365 days of the year. But there's one day where the early afternoon meal really shines: New Year's Day. After a long night of celebrating the end of 2020, you'll need your first meal of the new year to set you off on the right foot, and no dish does that better than eggs Benedict. 101 Ways to Cook an Egg Two perfectly toasted English muffins are piled high with delicately poached eggs, Canadian bacon, chives and a creamy, smooth hollandaise sauce. The dish will easily turn dining at home into a restaurant experience, and you'll start the year off learning two new skills: How to poach eggs and how to make your own hollandaise.
Keep this one in your back pocket for that weeknight (tonight?) when you just can’t. Use whatever canned beans are in the cabinet—and feel free to play around with the fine print, too: No spinach? Anything leafy works.
Smoky, silky roasted red peppers lead the way in this meaty yet meatless dinner from our resident pasta maker, Meryl Feinstein. To make it vegan, swap out the heavy cream for full-fat oat milk.
A very good reason to always keep frozen udon bricks in the freezer. “The dish takes inspiration from the Korean pantry, Japanese-style wafu pasta, and the saucy technique from beloved Roman carbonara,” writes Hana Asbrink.
This is the best way to make a holiday ham
When you think about your holiday feast, your mind likely wanders to a tender brisket, prime rib or a juicy turkey. But there is one protein that deserves more than just being thrown in the oven and then on a platter, and that's ham. The popular weeknight staple is something you typically add to your holiday table, but it's rarely the star. That's all about to change thanks to this easy-to-make brown sugar glaze. 50-Plus Edible Holiday Gifts50-Plus Edible Holiday Gifts That Are as Fun to Make as They Are to Give
A highly slurpable recipe from our food stylist Anna Billingskog. Pork meatballs and hearty greens swim in a homemade Parm broth (a homemade Parm broth!), which is just as cheesy and savory as it sounds.
Sure, you could serve these pull-apart dinner rolls as a side dish. But why not add in an oversize arugula salad and call them dinner, period?
Thanks to black cocoa, this swirly, streusel-y pound cake from Sohla El-Waylly bears a striking resemblance to Oreos. Serve with extra-cold milk.
Our Ultimate Winter Dessert Wish List
Whether you're in the mood for toasty treats, post-holiday sweets or a sneak peek of spring, these winter dessert recipes are the perfect indulgence on a frosty day. The post Our Ultimate Winter Dessert Wish List appeared first on Taste of Home.
How to make olive oil cake even better? Here’s a bright idea from Carolina Gelen: Lots of fragrant cardamom and a kaleidoscope of candied orange wheels.
More pound cake from Sohla: You want it? You got it. This classic loaf boasts a toasty crust and tender crumb. Take it for a test drive, then make it your own.
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The Best Lounge Sets for a Cozy Holiday Season .
Picture this: you’re sitting by the crackling fire with friends and family while with the crisp smell of pine wafts through the air. The only thing missing is an ultra-cozy lounge set that you’ll literally never want to take off. Luckily, we’ve rounded up all of our favorite matching sets for you to treat yourself and maybe even your squad to this season. After all, what better time to stock up on chic at-home styles? See How the Stars Do At-Home Style During the Coronavirus Outbreak Read article Whether you’re hanging out in the house or running errands to buy last-minute gifts, these chic ensembles are exactly what you need. From ribbed knit sweaters to stylish joggers, keep scrolling to see five picks we’re currently loving.