A Brief History of Latkes

  We love you a latke.  Latkes are made with simple ingredients, yet are steeped in complex history. Anyone who has tasted one will know that they will have you wishing Hanukkah gelt was made of latkes, not chocolate. While…

12 Recipes to Make for Winter Solstice

It’s the shortest day of the year, which means it will be the longest night of the year. That means more blanket time, because 9 hours of daylight = 6 hours of Netflix, right? You don’t have to be Wiccan…

9 Best One-Pot Recipes

Using multiple pots and pans is so last year (and so messy). Let’s be honest, time is Netflix and you don’t have time to cook dinner when you have all of those shows waiting on your laptop. These recipes will save you so much…

A Brief History of Friendsgiving

  Remember Thanksgiving 2015? Aunt Carol was face down in the pumpkin pie after one too many hard ciders, dad “forgot” the tofurkey for your brother’s vegan boyfriend, and Grandma was starting every sentence with “back in my day…”. Good times, right?…

Let’s Wine About It

Grape news, Wine Lovers! Our friends at Cameron Hughes have come up with three stellar wine samplers to pair with our cozy new winter menu. To every home chef who has cried “If only you delivered wine!”… we’re with you. Your time has come!…

10 Mac-N-Cheese Recipes That Would Win Any Election

  We all know that 2016 has been like a bad game of SimCity, so it’s about time to treat yourself to the ultimate comfort food. Even when people are divided by politics, everyone can at least agree on one…

8 Sweetest Dinner and Dessert Pairings

Let’s be real here, there’s always room for dessert. Even the most evil dictators still found time to satisfy their sweet-tooth, Chocolate Moussolini Mousse anyone? It’s the most important meal, because it’s the last thing dinner guests will remember before they have…

Home Chef How-To: Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

Gone are the days of top-hat wearing pilgrims stuffing themselves with stuffing. We have entered into new Millennial territory, my friends, where gluten-free options are sprawled across every menu. Give major thanks to these gluten-free recipes, so you don’t have…

A Brief History of Brunch

    Made famous by the women of Sex and the City, the breakfast-lunch hybrid is now prolific in every major city, beloved by yuppies, hipsters and everyone in between. It’s the one thing we look forward to after a…

A Brief History of Tacos

  We need to taco ’bout something.  From live insects wrapped in 16th century corn tortillas to the incredibly successful love child of a nacho cheese chip and America’s favorite taco, the taco’s humble beginnings expose traditions that have since…