Trust us on this- you do not want to go to a restaurant on Valentine’s Day. The crowds, affectionate strangers and overpriced prix fixe menus are enough reason to stay home and create a romantic evening for two. Want to make it fancy for your S.O. without all the effort? That’s where we come in. We’ve done the thinking for you and designed this perfect (and easy!) Valentine’s Day menu that even the most amateur cook can whip up. So grab some bubbly and check out our date night menu that covers all the bases - appetizer, main course, dessert and something to wash it all down with. You can thank us later.
When you hear “whoopie pie”, you’re probably transported to your childhood and reminded of a cloud-like marshmallow filling, sandwiched between two pillowy chocolate cake rounds. While this retro-yet-timeless treat is certainly tasty, in our book it is so much more than that. We’re going all out this Valentine’s Day with an actual whoopie pie. You know, one with a crunchy, crumbly pie crust and decadent filling – fork required.
Is there anything better than a hot plate of wings and a cold beer on a Sunday afternoon? We think not - especially when the game is on and you're with good company. So what better time to try out Roger Mooking's wok-tossed wings? This recipe puts a fresh, flavorful spin on the classic, resulting in juicy, smoky goodness in every last bite. See how easy it is to recreate at home:
Football season is coming to an end, so why not go the distance this year and host a bash that your guests will be cheering about until next season. Whether you’ve just jumped on the football bandwagon during playoffs or you’ve been watching since the beginning of the season, treat your friends to a game day party menu of hearty snacks, appetizers and drinks while you celebrate the big game on February 5th. Luckily, we’ve taken care of the planning for you and rounded up our favorite game day recipes.
Post-holidays, the struggle to get back to routine and back to healthy eating is REAL. Temptation still looms, and it's hard not to curl up with a big ol' bowl of carbs when it's so cold out. So what's a person to do when all you're craving is comfort food?