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Spinach and eggs are the focal points of this Mediterranean dish.
Keep warm with these rum and hot chocolate after dinner shooters.
Mix it up this Christmas with shrimp and sausage to complement your ham or turkey.
Save your Christmas menu with these last-minute nutty and fruity biscotti cookies.
For avocado lovers, there's now a pesto for that.
Turn up the heat with this spicy spin on an old classic.
Serve up this easy salad that is both fruity and wintery at the same time.
While spicing up your holiday cuisine, don't forget to pass the mashed potatoes!
Add a little weight to your habanero sauce to create the perfect dip.
Cook your next chicken under a brick for a unique flavor.
Who says a protein shake has to be protein powder and water?
When the question is brunch, sometimes hot cereal is the answer.
Spice up your burgers with this homemade sweet and hot habanero sauce.
Hearty vegetable soups make for a great winter meal.
Rock your next stir fry with some less traditional ingredients.
Pair your next tuna melt with eggs and salsa for a game changer.
This latke Thanksgiving sandwich could be the newest craze in holiday foods.
Sweet potato latkes combine the celebrations of both Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.
This recipe for chicken francaise includes swiss chard and hot sauce.
This unique dish can't be found at your local seafood restaurant.
With Thanksgiving on its way, this recipe will help spice things up.
Sometimes, cliché or not, chicken soup is the answer to feeling under the weather.
Try this healthier spin on a classic winter favorite.
A classic French 75 calls for gin and champagne.
Try this variation of Thai red curry at home.
Whip up some of this hearty and wintry risotto for dinner again and again.
This fish recipe requires just a few simple steps and yields a delicious meal.
Start the week fresh with this healthy and delicious protein shake.
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 original marinade makes for a citrusy and flavorful oven-baked chicken.
This stuffed acorn and delicata squash recipe will spice up any fall dinner and even Thanksgiving.
This spicy side dish is simple to cook up and goes well with a wide variety of other foods.
This brunch staple is as flexible as can be.
Combine some seasonal vegetables with filets of flounder for this healthy dish.
This spicy spin on guacamole is simple and delicious.
Make delicious soup for autumn using just a few fresh ingredients.
Revamp a classic with this recipe for a more modern version of chicken parm.
This light and seasonal gin cocktail delivers a smooth kick.
Seasonal farmer's market vegetables make a great roasted side dish.
Forget about the tired pumpkin recipes for fall and try this one for pumpkin oatmeal.
Wow house guests with these healthy recipe for single-serve pumpkin mousse.
Tim Dillon and Dane collaborate on this fall-festive recipe for blackened duck orange.
Kick off fall with homemade oven-baked pumpkin fries.
Make mayonnaise-less egg salad without compromising flavor.
Celebrate fall and National Bourbon Heritage Month with bourbon cider.
Add figs to your next oven-baked chicken dish.
Wow guests at a cocktail party with these easy stuffed tomatoes.
Spice up your grilled cheese with brie, fruit, and caramelized onions.
Turn leftover salmon into a delicious and fresh lunch.
Whip up this restaurant-style Italian dip for your next cocktail party.
Lexbake combines two of my favorite sweet treats for one epic dessert.
Serve this hot habanero cheese dip next Sunday afternoon during the game.
Spice up your french toast with challah bread and extra eggs.
Try this healthier version of classic banana bread.
Try this bourbon sidecar variation with fresh citrus juices.
Make vegetable shrimp curry at home.
Before summer's end, try out these refreshing watermelon martinis.
Saute some seasonal swiss chard before summer's end.
Spice up classic mac and cheese with hot peppers and avocado cheese sauce.
Enjoy this twist on the classic Italian Oreganata with flounder instead of shrimp.
Brunch doesn't have to mean heavy French toast and greasy bacon.
This spicy cantaloupe soup takes just 10 minutes to make.
Make your own lime-infused vodka by making lime limoncello at home.
Adding lemon zest and zucchini to this pasta dish makes it just right for summer dinner.
Whip up some of this homemade spicy chili lime butter for grilled swordfish.
Complete Sunday Brunch this week with some whole wheat blueberry muffins.
Sauté some garden veggies to make a spicy Mexican side dish.
Grill chicken using fresh rosemary and lime before grilling season is over.
Make this cold shrimp appetizer for your next barbecue.
A recipe for a seafood twist on summer salsa.
Put a spin on pasta and pesto with langostino tails and pistachio pesto.
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. Welcome, once again, to Sunday Brunch here on Dish + Drink. It's been a while since I posted a cocktail recipe for this segment (I know, I know, I've gotten a bit wrapped up in various egg dishes). In the spirit of summer being in full-swing, I thought it best to work on a perfectly summery brunch drink. What you'll need: 2 oz wine 2 oz seltzer/club soda 1/4 oz creme de cassis Ice 4 strawberries Directions: In a blender, combine the wine, seltzer, creme de cassis, and ice. Wash and add in 2 of the strawberries before blending. Serve in wine glasses or champagne flutes with the remaining 2 strawberries. This drink is a spin on a classic favorite: the kir royale, which is traditionally a champagne cocktail. Instead of using champagne, I used a combination of wine and seltzer because I wanted to keep the same volume of liquid without a higher alcohol content. If you plan to use champagne in this recipe, I would suggest cutting it with extra ice.
Make limoncello at home with this simple recipe for Thirsty Thursday.
Indulge and nourish yourself at the same tiem with this coffee protein shake.
Make a delicious and hearty dinner using only what you already have in your refrigerator.
Thirsty Thursday is here and it's time for some muddle strawberries and whisky.
This sandwich is a variation of the croque monsieur, croque madame, and monte cristo.
Use scraps from smoked salmon to make lox cream cheese at home.
Cook leftover stone fruits into a fruity compote for dessert.
This peach mint cocktail packs a punch with either bourbon or vodka.
Kick the weekend off with this light take on an Italian classic.
Fill up and fuel your body with a hearty protein shake.
Shake up the classic gimlet with this fruity recipe.
Use overripe bananas to bake these healthy banana nut muffins.
Mussels and clams together is a great summer dish, rain or shine.
Add some grilled zucchini to your sauteed vegetables for extra flavor.
Sunday Brunch serves eggs this week with a spicy southwest spin.
Kick off your weekend with this healthy breakfast shake.
Switch up your pesto with some walnuts instead of pine nuts.
Sauté veggies with fingerling potatoes for a hearty and healthy side dish.
Combine celebrating America and enjoying Sunday Brunch with this champagne cocktail.
Bake some red, white, and blue cookies this holiday weekend.
Bake an American flag cake from scratch for this year's July 4th barbecues.
Celebrate Independence Day with homemade jell-O shots.
Celebrate America's birthday by grilling some North American rainbow trout and corn.
Try this recipe for a guilt-free bagel experience.
Try this recipe at home for spicy shrimp and vegetable curry.
Fresh cucumbers make for great summer sides.
Serve this zesty marinade over grilled salmon for a tasty summer dish.
Cooking Classy offers a delicious, light cupcake recipe for summer.
Put these lemonade cubes in your iced tea for a refreshing spin on the Arnold Palmer.
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.
Cauliflower and broccoli rabe make this pesto stand out from the crowd.
Great grandmothers make the best chicken vegetable burgers.
Use this homemade rub for your next grilled chicken dinner.
Keep cool and caffeinated this summer with these coffee ice cubes.
Start the weekend off right with a refreshingly light fruit smoothie.
This homemade hummus recipe is a great and easy alternative to store bought hummus.
Try this recipe for quinoa black bean burgers with avocado yogurt sauce.
Spice up your salad regimen with this new spin on an old favorite.
This protein smoothie is great for an on-the-go breakfast as well as a post-workout meal.
Veggieful offers an interesting twist on traditional pizza recipes.
The Talking Kitchen offers a delicious Green Pasta recipe.
An adorable 4-year-old shows how to make vegan red velvet cupcakes.
Pies and Plots offers a delicious Frosted Clementine Cookies recipe.