Peanut butter and chocolate are a match made in food heaven. This peanut butter and brownie pie is so simple to make, you'll be baking this dessert regularly. A creamy peanut butter layer tops decadent brownies in a flaky pie crust, it doesn't get much better than that.
Ombre cakes have a great look to them, and all you need to make one is the time to make a multi-layered cake and plenty of food coloring. Holidays and special occasions like birthdays are the perfect time to play around with colorful cakes like these because you want everything to be as festive as...
Make your own shamrock shake, and stay away from the fast food joints!
Everyone's head the joke about airline food, it's almost a staple of comedy by now. But let's stop a moment to consider how it's lasted this long, there must be some truth behind it, right?
Today is National Pi Day. An entire day in celebration of the ratio of a circle to it's diameter! However, no one actually really celebrates the math because math is hard! So most folks simply bake a whole bunch of vaguely math-based pies and calls it good.
Chocolate chip cookies are a classic and every family has their favorite recipe. My favorite comes from Erica's Sweet Tooth. These are the softest chocolate chip cookies you'll ever sink your teeth into.
Rainbows and cupcakes go hand in hand. This rainbow ruffle cupcake tutorial shows you how to make this colorful dessert for any occasion. These cupcakes are time consuming but look absolutely stunning when finished.
Brownie in a mug is a two minute dessert. This must-have recipe is perfect for the days when you don't feel like turning on the oven or want to make dessert just for one. For a richer brownie, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
If spicy duck laarb, papaya salad, pad thai, and green curry are all on the menu tonight, here are some recommended wine pairings from the pros.
Whoopie pies and other sandwich cookies are always fun to make and eat. This is especially true of bite-sized sandwich cookies, where the small size of the dessert makes it a little bit cuter and, somehow, a little bit more tempting than a full size cookie. The most difficult part of getting those bite sized...
It’s Pi Day! That happy day when bakers and nerds collide! Fun facts about Pi: 1) Pi is a number with an infinite, nonrepeating number of decimal places. The first few are 3.1415926535 (which is why, incidentally, March 14, or 3.14 is known as “Pi Day” amongst a small, geeky subset of the population. [...] The post Pi Day Pie Round Up appeared first on Savour Fare.
Spicy and beefy jalapeño-marinated hanger steak is paired with salty cotija mayo, charred onions, and fresh cilantro, which come together in one incredibly flavorful sandwich.
We're guessing your St. Patrick's Day memories are like ours...a little hazy. There was that time we tried to visit every single Irish bar in NYC for a pint of Guinness (some of us might have skipped work the next day), and that year when many, many shots of Jameson before dinner seemed like a good idea. Show More Summary
Iit might not of been as satisfying as my favorite version of this dish served New Orleans, but the jambalaya at Sizzlin'Skillets was still quite enjoyable.
As Kelsey Nixon writes in her new cookbook, Kitchen Confidence, roast chicken was one of the first meals she learned how to make.
For a beautiful St. Patrick's Day dessert, see this stunning and delicious Green Velvet Cake. To finish it off, the chef uses white chocolate frosting for a show stopping look. We think it's divine.
Making bento is all about many different parts coming together into a delicious meal. Learn to make the simple basics, and you will have a never ending list of ideas for your lunches. This video shows how to make an adorable Hiyoko chick onigiri.
Bento is a cute and tasty lunch for your little chef. Every day is a new surprise, and making them is actually fun. Check out how creative this Yakisoba Pan Bento is. Substitute the sausages with veggie dogs, and make this meal a Vegetarian delight. So fun!
Aquavit's Marcus Jernmark lives near his restaurant on Central Park South, where there are more Michelin-starred places than more casual options. What are his go-tos? We talked with him to find out.
Bourbon has long been our go-to for reasonably priced whiskey, but as demand continues to grow, more and more producers are jacking up prices to cash in on the trend. That's part of what makes Tincup American whiskey such a refreshing change of pace: it's a delicious whiskey at a reasonable price.