Dates and goat cheese are featured in this ultra-easy recipe for a luscious hors d’oeuvre. They’re a perfect appetizer for holiday entertaining, or for a cocktail party at any time of year.
Two easy recipes for winter holiday cocktails: 1) A tart and tangy kumquat whiskey sour is a great way to start your New Year’s Eve party. 2) A clean and fresh kumquat champagne cocktail is the perfect way to toast the new year at the stroke of midnight, or to mark any special occasion.
An old-world, old-fashioned cookie recipe. Wonderful for Christmas, but suitable for any time you want to brighten the cold, dark days of winter. Olive oil enriches the pastry. Raisins, apples, apricots, and a bit of sugar sweeten the filling. Requires a bit more than average baking skills, but well worth the effort.
Man-made, hand-made ginger ale makes this sweet, spicy ginger whiskey highball recipe unique. It requires time, but no difficult-to-acquire skills.
In its Free Wi-Fi series, Make It Like a Man visits Starbucks throughout Chicago, and reviews them as work and study spaces for students, travelers, and people who work from home.
Turn ginger root into a sweet treat. Blanching helps candied ginger lose some of its peppery bite; don’t blanch if you want more intensity or blanch a few times if you’re looking for something milder.
Recipe for slow cooker (crock pot) chicken breasts in a orange-ginger-cranberry sauce.
Transform day-old doughnuts into a fantastic coffee cake with this easy recipe.
Improvise an impressive breakfast with items you already have in your refrigerator.