Photography by Roy Beeson Designer of ultra-popular handbags Clare Vivier loves to entertain in her Craftsman house in Echo Park, Los Angeles. Vivier lives there with her husband, Thierry, their 12-year-old son, Oscar, and their dog, Paco. In true L.A. fashion, they utilize their outdoor/indoor space and have both a formal dining room and a dining space on the back patio (where they eat more often). Here, three recipes Vivier will be making this Thanksgiving for her family. ...
Designer Lela Rose, who is known for her feminine party dresses, is no stranger to entertaining. Here are her top 3 recipes for Thanksgiving, including baked oysters, steamed turkey, and her mother’s own Upside-Down Pear Gingerbread Cake.
Straight from the box or doused with milk, cereal makes a near-perfect breakfast or after-school treat. But this good thing only gets better when baked, layered, dissolved, or dessert-ified into a whole new treat. These serious cereals would make the Cap’n blush and Tony slink off with his tail between his legs. More breakfast ideas from Yahoo Food: 6 Sweet & Savory Scone Recipes for Lazy Weekend Brunches How to Make Your Own Bacon Coconut & Banana Pancakes from ‘Nourish
Beer’s not just for drinking — try it in your next pot of chili to deepen the flavors, as a marinade and tenderizer for meat, or as the finishing touch in saucy seafood dishes. More from Food.com: Buffalo Chicken, 19 Ways Our Ultimate Pork Recipes The Ultimate Football Feast Bubbly Beer Cocktails
Comfort foods can be messy. Delicious as they are, saucy, soupy and gooey dishes aren’t usually easy to transport either. Solve this problem by turning your favorite cozy meals into easy casseroles. Whether you’re feeding a crowd or wanting not-sad leftovers for work, these transportable, sliceable meals will not disappoint. Consider them the crème de la crème of casseroles.
It’s the Cinderella story of the vegetable kingdom. Once a mild-mannered underdog skirting the sidelines of your plate, cauliflower has proved itself to be a king of edible camouflage. Now you can find that alabaster orb imitating all of your favorite dishes from mashed potatoes to pizza crust, giving them a new, low-carb lease on life. All hail the king.
Reduce waste and give these ingredients a reboot in your kitchen. Revitalize day-old bread and turn it into croutons, French toast or bread pudding. Dried-out bread is actually a superior choice for these recipes since as it will absorb the other ingredients better than fresh bread can.
Eggs? Check. Bacon? Check. Time? Not always. To save those precious minutes in the kitchen, try cooking one of these effortless breakfast casseroles that are perfect for any time of the day.
While it may seem like it’s Mardi Gras seven days a week in New Orleans, today marks the last day of the season called “Carnival.” Post-Christmas, Carnival celebrations start the countdown to Fat Tuesday, a day to fill up on all food desires, before Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. Celebrate the spirit of New Orleans with these recipes, rumors and reminders of the city’s rich cultural cuisine. You’ll find out where to eat in New Orleans, get the lowdown on local “nectar,” taste-test your new go-to hangover cure, and more in our gallery above.
By ediblefeast.com When it comes to flavor and nutritional value, an avocado is one of nature’s most perfect foods. Take a few ripe ones, add a squeeze of lime and a few dashes of kosher salt and you’ll have the simplest version of everyone’s favorite dip. Whether you’re a guacamole purist or looking to mix it up with a spicy poblano kick, served BLT style or mashed with pumpkin seeds and cheese, we’ve rounded up 10 delicious ways to make this beauty.
For those who aren’t huge football fans, the most appealing part about Super Bowl Sunday festivities is all the fun and delicious foods that come with it. But if you’re a vegetarian, or just trying to incorporate more veggies in your diet - you probably know all too well that the typical game-day menu includes staples like heavy dips, chili and chicken wings.
As the most watched sporting event of the year in the U.S., Super Bowl parties have practically become a patriotic duty. To make sure your friends and family are well fueled through every punt and play of Super Bowl 50, in the gallery above we’ve gathered a collection of indulgent Super Bowl party food ideas and recipes perfect for feeding a crowd.
Now, the countdown is officially on to Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay are all lined up for the football face-off’s golden anniversary, so your food spread should be just as solid as the halftime show. While we’re eager to see a victor emerge between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers, we’re even more excited about the edible starting lineup.
Beer at a Super Bowl party is a no brainer. Using beer as a base in a cocktail, or to top off a drink instead of soda water or ginger ale, can add carbonation and depth of flavor to a drink, says Matt Tocco, the beverage director for Strategic Hospitality, a restaurant group in Nashville. The grandfather of beer cocktails is the Michelada, popular throughout Mexico and Latin America, which combines beer with lime juice and assorted hot sauces, spices, and peppers.
Editor’s Note: We asked Edible Piedmont Publisher Fred Thompson to share the North Carolina fare he’ll be making on Super Bowl Sunday in honor of the Carolina Panthers. To make an incredible Southern lineup even better, author and craft beer expert Anne Fitten Glenn reveals the best local brews to pair each dish with, plus more widely available beers outside Carolina.
By Lisa Houston and Anne Fitten Glenn for Edible Aspen Editor’s Note: We asked Edible Aspen Publisher, Lisa Houston, to share the Colorado spread she’ll be making on Super Bowl Sunday to cheer on the Broncos. And no Game Day menu is complete without a quality local brew. Craft beer expert Anne Fitten Glenn gave us a list of the best Colorado picks (plus more widely available brews) for each recipe. There is no better way for Coloradan’s to celebrate the Broncos going to the Super Bowl than with flavorful and filling appetizers, complimented by craft beer from over 200 of the state’s micro-breweries.
Chili was a serious point of contention in my household. It took my beef-averse sister years to convince my dad to switch to chicken; my mom prefers fewer beans and more peppers. And no one but me likes my version with smoked paprika. My family’s chili issues are a sort of microcosm of the larger chili-eating world: There’s the Texas crew, who insist beans and tomatoes should stay far away.
It’s Super Bowl season, which for food-minded fans means much more than just yards down or touchdowns scored. No, sir — it’s an opportunity to throw the most epic, taste bud-tingling Super Bowl shindig of all time. Enter our nifty dip matrix, which we’ve compiled to help you easily achieve Super Bowl party nirvana.
When it comes to Super Bowl parties, finger foods like buffalo wings, sliders, and chips and dip usually get all the glory. But since guests start grazing well before the coin toss, much of that savory spread is usually gone by halftime. And when partygoers get their second wind, they’ll most likely be looking for a sugar fix and that means you’ll need some solid sweet treats on hand for the final plays. Here are 10 fun and decadent dessert ideas to finish out your football fiesta.
We all have one: The dish we’ve made up over the years (or our parents, friends, or family members passed along), that doesn’t necessarily count as a real recipe, but we make it ALL the time anyway.
Check out mash-ups of favorite comfort food dishes from Food Network Kitchen, like meatloaf lasagna and brownie s'mores and French onion mac and cheese soup. More from Food Network: Our Best One-Pot Meals Easy Slow Cooker Recipes Top 50 Most-Saved Recipes 12 Foods Nutritionists Say They Won’t Eat
Cooked in the fryer, the oven and even the slow cooker, these top-rated chicken wings will wow your party guests or satisfy a simple weeknight craving. Check out more of our favorite chicken wing recipes over at Food.com More from Food.com: Buffalo Chicken, 19 Ways 20 Winning Chili Recipes Nachos, 17 Ways 36 Football Dip Recipes
We tried to keep you on track with healthy sweets, like raw strawberry shortcake and blackberry rose cheesecake, to start the New Year. These cakes taste good, look good, and are made by talented bakers from around the world. We’ve compiled the 10 most popular cakes from January, based on favorites from you, our readers, on Twitter and Facebook.
Snacking doesn’t typically count as an actual meal, but if it did, it would be our favorite meal of the day. We love munching between breakfast, lunch, and dinner — and let’s not forget between dinner and breakfast. But, it can be tough to find good snacks that are healthy. Ahead, find easy recipes from around the web that will keep you satisfied without reaching for the chips and candy.
We’ve long associated grits as part of our country breakfast south of the Mason Dixon line, or in classic southern dishes like shrimp and grits. But grits have become so much more than that, and you can see its influence and implementations in recipes far and wide.