winter

No Tomatoes? No Problem. 20 Seasonal Winter Pasta Dishes.

Heirlooms are out of season. We're okay with that.
Jan 6, 2015 1:00 pm

You're feeling pasta for dinner, and you should. So tomatoes are off the table, so what? Sure, you could crack open a can of diced, but...are you sure you want to? Instead, reel dinner back into season and opt for a white bolognese or puttanesca, tomato-less stuffed shells and naturally tomato-free options, like killer mac 'n cheese and pasta frittatas. 

25 Rib-Sticking Recipes To Cook In January

The cheesy, the braised, the spicy and comforting
Jan 5, 2015 11:00 am

It's January and we're feeling stews, chowders and marmalades made out of bacon and onions, since fruit's not exactly in season right now. Browse through our selection of comfort food, delicious braises and other hearty fare — from highly carnivore-friendly to entirely vegetarian, all of which will temporarily cure your sweet ripe tomato insanity. 

10 Christmas Dessert Recipes Off The Beaten Path

Clementine cake, sandwich cookies, poached apples
Dec 18, 2014 1:12 pm

We assume by now you've gotten your humdrum, every day Christmas dessert recipe traditions out of the way and are ready to close the big meal with something new. You've never had Christmas cookies unless you've had them sandwiching eggnog buttercream. Get your fix of sweet and tart with white chocolate-topped raspberry-poached apples. Go nuts. 'Tis the season.  

Cottage Pie With Leek And Cauliflower Mash Recipe

A hearty beef and potato pie in one stacked dish
Dec 17, 2014 12:00 pm

We're a big fan of prolific food writer/cookbook author Annie Bell's beautifully photographed, meticulously tested recipes. Have you seen her Brooklyn Blackout Cake, for instance? Her latest collection, Low Carb Revolution, is one of those books that makes an otherwise less-than-appealing diet sound as good as hearty shepherd's pie on a cold winter evening. 

Winter Old-Fashioned Cocktail Recipe

The flavors of the French Alps, now in a cocktail
Dec 12, 2014 3:00 pm

The French poet Victor Hugo once wrote, “life is a flower for which love is the honey.” Well, it seems the French have found a way for you to practically drink those words in liqueur form, via the exquisite génépi, distilled from Alpine mountain flowers. Sound like a good addition to your Old Fashioned? We thought so, too. 

Eggnog Sandwich Cookies Recipe

Your favorite new Christmas cookies are packing rum
Dec 9, 2014 4:00 pm
Photo: Winona Barton-Ballentine

If you're never been to the Ovenly bakery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, put it on your culinary bucket list and prepare for pastry nirvana. The award-winning duo of Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga are unbeatable at the baking game, so we picked up a copy of their brand-new cookbook, very simply titled Ovenly. You'll never make Christmas cookies without eggnog filling again.

Butternut Squash, Sauerkraut And Hot Sausage Soup Recipe

Lighten up a hearty sausage soup with tangy kraut
Oct 28, 2014 3:00 pm
Photo: William Brinson

If you thought a book about pickled and fermented stuff would be all Greek yogurt and kombucha, you might be right. But if you pick up Cultured Foods For Your Kitchen by culinary specialist and cookbook author Leda Schientaub, you'll be presently surprised by meaty soups, hearty pastas and delicious fried stuff, all enhanced by the cultured ingredients in your pantry.

French Onion Soup With Paneer Croutons Recipe

An exotic twist on French onion soup. Sign us up!
Oct 22, 2014 3:30 pm
Photo: Matt Armendariz

Who's everyone's favorite Next Food Network Star? Aarti, of course! And best of all: she's actually awesome. Make her delicious everyday recipes from her new cookbook, Aarti Paarti, streaked with Indian and Middle Eastern influence, and enjoy her stories while you're at it. Sub our Gruyère for paneer in her updated French onion soup recipe. 

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