Tag Archives: honey


Spiced Hot Toddy

Honey + Whiskey + Spices = A spiced hot toddy to sooth your senses in fall and winter Now that fall is in full swing in the Northeast–and winter is approaching–warm, comforting drinks are in order. Which is why I am suggesting you try this spiced hot toddy recipe made with The Famous Grouse Whiskey from

Tarts with a Twist Featuring Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets

These puff pastry sheets are wow-worthy If you’re looking for a wow-worthy yet totally doable Spring dessert for your next get-together, I have a perfectly sweet solution for you: Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets. Gone are the days when the idea of making “Puff Pastry” sounds like a daunting task. Using these Puff Pastry Sheets

Agrodolce, a sweet-and-sour Italian sauce

I want to share one of my favorite sauces with you, which will make a boring dinner (think plain Jane chicken) come alive. It’s called agrodolce—a robust Italian sweet-and-sour sauce that’s sweet and tart and tangy all at once. Agro comes form the Italian meaning sour while dolce means sweet in Italian. Basically, the sauce

Stock these! 8 surprising ingredients for quick dinners

What ingredients do you always keep stocked in your kitchen? For me, the standbys remain the same: olive oil, butter, stock, garlic, onions and wine. And of course lots of herbs and spices. Then, when I come home with fresh produce I can make some easily. But what else to keep on hand? Items to

Pasta with ricotta, saffron and bitter honey

I love the combination of ricotta and honey so this recipe instantly appealed to me. In his gorgeous and charming cookbook, Sweet Myrtle & Bitter Honey: The Mediterranean Flavors of Sardinia, Efisio Farris uses ingredients from his native Sardinia. Not able to jet off to Italy any time soon (how I wish), I went to

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