This bread-based tart combines cheese, apples, pears, and spicy preserves.
Serve up this easy salad that is both fruity and wintery at the same time.
Serve up these seasonal pancakes at your next brunch.
When the question is brunch, sometimes hot cereal is the answer.
Spice up your burgers with this homemade sweet and hot habanero sauce.
Whip up a batch of seasonal sangria for Thanksgiving dinner tonight.
This cocktail is far from the expected brunch bunch.
With Thanksgiving on its way, this recipe will help spice things up.
Oatmeal is a healthy alternative to some of the more fattening brunch foods.
Bake these fall fruity muffins for your next brunch get together.
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. This week, I bought my first batch of grapefruits of the season, which means I’ll likely go on a grapefruit recipe rampage. This ginger greyhound is just my jumping off point, but I can see this cocktail becoming a staple for me this winter. What you’ll need: 2 oz dry gin 2 oz fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice Ginger ale Ice Directions: Put the ice in the bottom of a rocks glass and pour the gin over it. Squeeze the grapefruit juice into the glass and add in the pulp as well. Top off with what should be about 3-4 ounces of ginger ale and stir. I used half of a grapefruit and its pulp to add another dimension to the drink, but for those who aren’t pulp fans it isn’t a must. The ginger ale brings out the flavor in both the grapefruit juice and the gin, which makes this a more three-dimensional greyhound. For anyone looking for more Halloween-themed food and drinks, check out BTR’s Halloween’s Here Pinterest board.
This stuffed acorn and delicata squash recipe will spice up any fall dinner and even Thanksgiving.
No brunch is complete without silver dollar pancakes.
Curl up on the couch this fall with a hot bourbon and cider.
Hurry out to the apple orchards before fall’s end.
This fall-inspired smoothie is a great way to shake up your post-workout meal.
Bourbon, fig, and orange juice makes for the perfect fall cocktail (and it’s orange!).
Celebrate fall and National Bourbon Heritage Month with bourbon cider.
Spice up your grilled cheese with brie, fruit, and caramelized onions.
Bourbon Heritage Month is in full-swing with this cocktail float.
Try this healthier version of classic banana bread.
Before summer’s end, try out these refreshing watermelon martinis.
Brunch doesn’t have to mean heavy French toast and greasy bacon.
This spicy cantaloupe soup takes just 10 minutes to make.
Complete Sunday Brunch this week with some whole wheat blueberry muffins.
Cook leftover stone fruits into a fruity compote for dessert.
This peach mint cocktail packs a punch with either bourbon or vodka.
Fill up and fuel your body with a hearty protein shake.
Kick off your weekend with this healthy breakfast shake.
These two healthy red, white, and blue breakfasts are in the spirit of Birthday Week.
Check out what to find this week at your local farmer’s markets.
Try these simple steps to make your own sorbet at home.
The frozen fruity gin fizz is a no brainer when it comes to summer cocktails.
Not all cocktail popsicles are good cocktail popsicles.
Watermelon salad in martini glasses adds zest to brunch.
Start the weekend off right with a refreshingly light fruit smoothie.
Try these strawberries two ways at your next Sunday brunch.
Make your oatmeal the night before with this no-cook breakfast recipe.
This protein smoothie is great for an on-the-go breakfast as well as a post-workout meal.