Recent Recipes



Cool off this summer with our favorite chilled soup. Gazpacho is a classic Spanish soup made of seasonal fruits and vegetables and served cold. When the sweltering heat demands hydrating and refreshing foods, turn to summer’s superfruit—watermelon. Not only is biting into a juicy watermelon … Read more




The name ambrosia derives from Greek mythology, meaning immortality; also known as food of the gods, Greek gods commonly ate ambrosia to prevent becoming weak. In present day, we've come to know it as a deliciously, fluffy fruit salad (or dessert) with tropical flavors. Read more


If you love coffee I urge you to try any coffee lover’s dream cocktail…Espresso Martini, courtesy of Preppy Kitchen. Technically it’s not a true martini like a classic French Martini because it doesn’t contain any gin or vermouth but it’s served in traditional martini glasses and has become … Read more


When stuck in a rut with pasta and basic tomato sauce, turn to veggies. Sautéed in a little olive oil with lemon juice, this combination is great as a "sauce" on its own. It's a wonderful way to enjoy the flavors of Spring and get some color into your family's diet. Make it a gluten-free opt… Read more


"Millions who never visited the Waldorf owe him a debt," The New York Times wrote in 1950, upon Oscar Tschirky's death. Mr. Tschirky, a Swiss immigrant who became known as "Oscar of the Waldorf," is credited with creating this piece of Americana in 1893, a timeless dish whose popularity has … Read more


Our Apple Cider Doughnut Cake courtesy of Princess Pinky Girl tastes exactly like an iconic apple cider donut from your favorite apple orchard. This Bundt cake is flavorful and moist with an apple cider glaze and cinnamon sugar to top it off. The original recipe calls for a glaze for dipping… Read more