winter

Cheese Soufflé With Bacon Arugula Salad Recipe

A traditional French dish is a hearty winter meal
Feb 14, 2014 3:00 pm
Photo: Linda Pugliese

You know whose recipes never let you down? Martha Stewart, which is why we're obsessed with this "literally anybody can do it" cheese soufflé from the February issue of Martha Stewart Living. If you know the very basics of baking and can grate cheese and fry up a decent pan of bacon, this hearty winter dish is right around the corner.

Braise, Baby, Braise! 18 Slow-Cooked Recipes For A Never-Ending Winter

Rib-sticking braised recipes for a snowy day in
Feb 13, 2014 11:00 am

If you're stuck somewhere cold today (you know who you/all of us are), find your biggest, heaviest pot, make a huge batch of comfort food and weather it out. You'll be less likely to give into the cabin fever insanity on a belly full of chili or beer-marinated short ribs. Here are 18 prime picks.

Today For Lunch: Tartiflette. Because, Winter.

A giant blob of cheese baked on bacon and potatoes
Feb 12, 2014 11:30 am

When food is heavy for heavy food's sake, it needs to be strategic. It needs to be prepared in February, when it hasn't warmed up for like, six weeks and the big dirty snowbanks are given the ultimatum to pay rent or get out. And it obviously should involve bacon, because it's Wednesday. 

8 Ways To Get A Bowl Of Asian Noodles On Your Dinner Table Tonight

Have you looked outside? You need some noodles.
Feb 10, 2014 1:00 pm

With this nasty winter weather in mind, you probably could use a bowl of Asian noodles for dinner tonight. Yeah? If you're following our lead, here are some of our favorite winter noodle recipes published on Food Republic.

Tanqueray Hot Cider Recipe

A juniper-infused twist on a cold weather classic
Feb 9, 2014 11:00 am

This classic wintry warming cup is updated with the addition of a London dry gin. The orchard fruit and mellow spices complement the bold juniper-forward flavor of the spirit. The recipe, after the jump.

Cocktail Project: Winter Milk Punch

Bourbon, dark rum, citrus and milk. It works.
Feb 5, 2014 4:30 pm
Photo: Jonathan Meter

This recipe will make quite a bit of punch, so there's an excuse to invite some friends over to enjoy and few glasses and a game of Uno. OK you can skip the Uno. Not the punch.

Arctic Ale: The Extra Hoppy, Extra Boozy, Extra Badass Beer Of Explorers

Looking at a forgotten chapter in brewing history
Feb 5, 2014 1:00 pm

Arctic exploration in the 19th century was tough work for bands of intrepid adventurers heading to the Pole. There was freezing to death, say. Also starvation, boredom and polar bears jumping out of the water to "resolutely seize and devour whichever dog or human being was sitting closest to their jaws," as Jon Mooallem writes in Wild Ones. But really, explorers were more concerned about their beer. This beer was arctic ale. So, what exactly is arctic ale? 

11 Key Restaurant Openings In Los Angeles

Sandwiches, super omakase and the Egg Slut indoors
Feb 4, 2014 11:00 am

The last four months have been a boom time for L.A.’s dining scene. The culinary wealth extends from LAX to downtown and hits appear at all price points, from “simple” breakfast sandwiches to “super omakase” at the chef’s counter. Here are 11 of the most promising openings from the fall and winter in L.A. County.

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