Young Baker Shares Sweet Treats During the Holidays. Explore how one holiday cookie brings people together.
Food & Drink
When COVID restaurant closures forced chef Kyle Darling out of the kitchen, the Maple Grove resident decided to work toward his dream of opening his own butcher shop. “Nobody knew what was going to happen,” Darling says about the initial restaurant closures.
I love to entertain, whether it’s for a planned dinner or an impromptu gathering of friends. Here are my rules and some go-to wines that make this really easy.
Somewhere, someone in your family or friend circle (or maybe it’s you!) is planning this year’s Thanksgiving meal.
The holiday season is back on in full force, and many home cooks are gearing up to serve Thanksgiving and December holiday meals that will put the exclamation point on “Dinner is served!”
Can a cake make a difference? Can a concoction of batter meets frosting cure what ails?
Sweet memories were a primary ingredient for Sarah Lofgren’s business, Baking It Real, a cookie kit design company.
How about treating holiday guests to a new twist on traditional eggnog? Consider Maple Grove’s Pamela Mercado Michelli’s recipe for Puerto Rican coconut eggnog.
Wine and the holidays go hand in hand. When hosting, a great pairing can make a meal so much better. Wine makes the dish taste better, and great food makes wine taste amazing.
This cocktail is very easy to prepare and noncommittal, too, as these ingredients are often available in smaller format bottles, so give it a try.