“These are super easy cocktails to make for guests if you orchestrate everything in advance”. Martino serves this cocktail in her grandmother’s vintage Champagne glasses, adding to the throwback feel of her annual fêtes.
Regular contributor and chef, Anna Gass of the Heirloom Kitchen, shares an easy go to holiday recipe that is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Cut the oranges in half and slice a very thin disk from the bottom so they rest flat. The skins are actually going to be the “bowls”.
These grain-free apple spice gems are moist-but-sweet and really hit the spot. Thanks Rye from the New School Kitchen!
Super healthy brownies you can actually feel good about eating! Thanks to Vital Proteins!
Because it’s fall and I love roasting, which fills the kitchen with great smells and warms it up in the process, I love adding butternut squash to my pasta.