Take your maple syrup up a notch with this blackberry and thyme infusion!
Create your own tasty alcohol infusion! This was taught in our recent Infuse Your Booze class, taught by Jessica LaBrie of Blackbird’s Botanicals.
Elderberry syrup is tasty and comforting to sip on when battling the common cold. Take 1 tsp per day to keep your immune system strong. Elderberry is a great source of vitamin C! Or, try adding some to seltzer or a mixed drink for an adult version.
Did you know that the ubiquitous vanilla extract that is used in baking is actually really easy to make at home? Dressed up in a pretty jar and a ribbon, it makes a fun gift for the bakers in your life!
This impressive appetizer is quick to assemble using pre-made pesto and tapenade. Allow the torta to soften a bit before serving with fine crackers or toasted thin slices of baguette. The torta will keep in the refrigerator for up to 5 days; it even freezes well for up to 2 months.
Serve with Louisiana-style dirty rice, topped with a dollop of sour cream or Greek yogurt and additional hot sauce on the side. Use turkey sausage if you prefer a spicier dish.
This is a great make-ahead dish for busy days; just assemble and refrigerate until you’re ready to bake. Accompany with spicy carrot slay for flavor contrast and eye appeal.
A delicious side salad becomes a main meal with the addition of cooked shrimp or salmon. Substitute toasted peanuts for the almonds if you like, and garnish with pomegranate seeds for even more color and zip.
Eggnog is traditionally made with raw eggs. To minimize the risk, we recommend using organic, fresh eggs. Consuming raw or undercooked eggs can increase your risk for certain food-borne illnesses, especially if you have a medical condition. If you are concerned about using raw eggs, please see the note below on how to create eggnog that has been cooked.