Between the holiday card writing, menu planning, and events, the “to do” list just doesn’t quit this time of year. And rather than waiting to see friends at more formal festivities, we’re switching it up. Instead we’re getting things done while our friends come over. That way we can hang and still get those gifts wrapped.
Think "New Year’s Eve" and you start daydreaming of confetti, clinking champagne glasses, and renditions of “Auld Lang Syne.” It’s official: you’re a full-on New Year’s Eve aficionado. Here are a handful of U.S. cities that know how to party so well that they are worth a last minute flight.
On the latest edition of our Global Kitchen series with our friends at KitchenAid, we're sharing one of our favorite ways to make baked eggs, Shakshuka. This classic Middle Eastern dish is made by cooking eggs in a spicy tomato sauce and serving it with plenty of yogurt, toasted pita, and the oh-so spicy condiment, zhug.
One of our favorite things to do around here? Travel and bring the flavors of our travels back home. That's why we're launching a new series with our friends at KitchenAid called the Global Kitchen starting with our recipe for Thai-style Larb.
Halloween is all well and good but we'll take Day Of The Dead over it anytime. This is how we'd throw the ultimate Day Of The Dead party with a full-on Mexican menu, a homemade fruit and flower altar, and lots of margaritas!
Thailand has long been on my bucket list so I was beyond excited for my recent trip. It was a total whirlwind—going from Bangkok to Isaan and south to Phuket in just ten days. And in those ten days I learned just as many things:
Emily Olson co-founded Din so those of us who love food could recreate our favorite restaurant dishes at home. On a weekly basis, she is heads into the kitchen with the chefs behind those restaurants to recipe test so she has her finger on the pulse on up-and-coming food trends.