A favorite appetizer for weddings combines the salty taste of prosciutto with the sweet flavor of shrimp.
This version of champagne uses Cognac, Benedictine, Grenadine and champagne or another sparkling wine like prosecco.
Mushroom Marsala Bites are a constant favorite for those interested in tried and true appetizers.
The only secret to this easy and fast salami crisp appetizer is to use very thin and good Italian dry salami.
Fresh figs, apple smoked bacon and stuffed with a chees mixture of fresh goat cheese, chives, Italian parsley, shallots, kosher salt, heavy whipped cr
All you need are small Phyllo tarts, roasted red peppers, small mozzarella balls (called pearls), and some pesto. All of the ingredients can be obtain
Perfect for a wintertime party or snack it combines the hearty tastes of a corn muffin and pulled barbeque pork with sweet potatoes mashed with butter
This is a perfect cheese alternative for your party or entertaining, and you can combine all of the ingredients in several minutes.
This is a simple recipe that plays down the strong garlic taste that some versions of the cheese emphasize.
This recipe video shows you how to maximize the flavor of the tomatilos by roasting them to make a typical salsa.
This time saving ham and spinach breakfast dish will make a great addition to any holiday brunch or breakfast gathering.
The essential ingredients are boursin cheese (a soft creamy cheese), a thin piece of prosciutto, and phyllo dough.
A tempered mixing glass, a Boston shaker that fits it and a few measuring glasses (called jiggers) are some of what you need.
This roast comes together quickly, feeds a crowd, looks fantastic on dinner plates at home or on a buffet table and, most importantly, it is delicious.
The ingredients for this drink are eggnog, coffee, Sherry, Brandy, whipped cream, ground nutmeg and coffee ice cream.
International because it uses liqueurs from a few different countries and combined in coffee makes it a treat.
Whipped cream can be flavored with vanilla or else try coffee, chocolate, orange zest or liqueur.
The Mexican recipe for ceviche uses fresh seafood, fresh lime juice, tomatoes, Serrano pepper and fresh cilantro.
Bill Yameen of Butcher Boy Markets provides tips on what kind of ham to buy for baking and how best to prepare it.
A ham is already cooked so the baking is to just warm it up and season with sauce.
A vinaigrette dressing is simply an emulsion of vinegars, oils and protein. This dressing reduces one cup of apple cider by half to enhance the flavor.
Warmer weather means warm weather cocktails. No, not the kind with umbrellas, the traditional kinds: the ones that originated in the 1800s. The Gin and Tonic.
Preparing the Easter ham is made simple this year with the help of Stephanie Smith. This recipe for boneless Honey Glazed Ham is guaranteed to have the masses keep coming back for more.
Long gone are the the "Shaken and Stirred" days for the humble martini. Chef Andy Verala has challenged the traditional martini with this recipe for the spicy and dirty, Pickle Martini.
These crisps elegantly combine the sweet and soft asparagus with salty and crispy prosciutto; a delicious blend of flavors and textures.
With the help of Bill Jacques' suave approach you'll look like a professional bartender when making your friends and family the Gin Bloody Mary.
By combining two delicious and popular drinks, your guests will still be able to have the traditional New Years Eve champagne, but with a punch of that margarita lime.
With its rich chocolate taste and slight crunch, these cookies are also perfect for the sweet tooth that often accompanies the end of a warm meal.
With all of the holiday festivities to attend and possibly host this season, having a unique yet simple recipe for hors d'oeuvres is always ideal. Leave the cheese and crackers to the wayside this hol
Part dessert, part party this cocktail is sure to spread a little cheer.
A spin off of the traditional amoretto sour, the Amaretto Sour with Bourbon is a mixture of amaretto, bourbon and a homemade sweet and sour mix.