So elegant yet so simple. This is a refreshing bite to include in a spread of heavier appetizers.
If you need an elegant but easy holiday dessert to impress, look no further than Caroline’s chocolate tart! It comes together quickly, is appropriate for vegans and gluten-free diets, and is absolutely scrumptious.
Also known as Zimtsterne, these German Christmas cookies are light and delicious.
So comforting and delicious…there’s a reason this dip is always popular. If you’re not careful you’ll eat too much and not be hungry for dinner!
If you’re not feeding a crowd for Thanksgiving, a turkey breast is perfect. It’s still substantial but you will not have a mountain of leftover turkey. We roasted a Duerksen turkey.
Kanten is a Japanese dessert that is similar to Jell-O brand gelatin. It’s made with agar-agar, a gelatinous substance derived from seaweed. Agar agar is an excellent vegan option for gelatin-type desserts. It is neutral in taste and you can use it with any fruit juice.
An absolutely delicious alternative to bread stuffing. Everyone will want seconds of this vegan and gluten-free dish.
A nice classic beef chili that incorporates dried red chilies. Delicious!
If you need one more reason to love sweet potatoes, here you go.
A simple and refreshing summer salad with chickpeas for a hearty, satisfying lunch.