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Savory Brunch Recipes We Love

Savory Brunch Recipes We Love

We’re looking forward to New Year’s and a big, lazy brunch the morning after watching the ball drop. After all of the cakes and cookies, we need a break from the sweet and are keeping things savory. Check out our favorite savory brunch recipes.

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Huevos Rancheros
This breakfast loaded with Rojo’s salsa couldn’t be easier or more filling. Finish the skillet off with cheese and serve with refried beans. See the recipe.

Goat Cheese, Beet and Sweet Potato Quiche
Instead of a pastry crust, this colorful quiche is layered with sweet potatoes to give it its structure and filled with beets and goat cheese for delicious flavor. See the recipe.

Savory Dutch Baby Pancake
Puffy dutch baby pancakes are a breakfast delight. Check out this savory version made with cheese, mushrooms and sausage. See the recipe.

Dill and Beet-Cured Gravlax
Cure your own gravlax ahead of time and then enjoy an impressive bagel spread to ring in the new year. See the recipe.

Monte Cristo Casserole
This sweet and savory dish can be made the night before so you can wake up, bake it and enjoy. See the recipe.

Bacon and Potato Pancakes
Made with potatoes instead of flour, these savory pancakes with bacon and chives are great for breakfast or as an appetizer. Plus, they are naturally gluten free. See the recipe.

Spicy Baked Stuffed Avocado
Start the New Year off right with this healthy breakfast idea. See the recipe.

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Rosemary, Parmesan, and Ham Scones
Skip the usual, same-ol-same-ol toast and serve your eggs with these scones. See the recipe.

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New Meatless Dishes for the New Year

New Meatless Dishes for the New Year

Step up your vegetarian recipe game with these flavorful meatless dishes that will win over your tastebuds this new year.

 

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Zucchini Pancakes
Serve these pancakes for breakfast or with a scoop of yogurt for a mid-afternoon snack. This recipe comes from 8fit, be sure to check out their site for more recipes, and to read more about the health benefits of these pancakes.See the recipe.

Homemade Roasted Garlic Hummus
Once your garlic is roasted, you are well on your way to having an easy snack on hand and dipping into this delicious homemade roasted garlic hummus. See the recipe.

White Bean Risotto With Chard
This creamy bean dish actually has no risotto in it. However, you cook the beans in broth with lots of stirring, just like risotto, but this time, it’s loaded with protein. This recipe comes from 8fit, be sure to check out their site for more healthy eating tips, recipes, and to read more about this risotto’s health benefits. See the recipe.

Thai Curry Squash Fritters
With bold Thai curry, these yellow squash fritters are perfectly crispy and are ready to mingle at your next party or be served alongside a fresh salad. See the recipe.

Kale Pesto Pizza
This easy pizza will load you up on tons of nutrients, thanks to kale and plenty of delicious cheese. Click here and scroll down for the recipe. This recipe comes from our friends at8fit.Check out their site for more easy and delicious recipes and more.

Creamy Mushroom and Fennel Polenta
As a main dish or stellar side, this creamy mushroom and fennel polenta is a cozy dish we will be enjoying all winter long and pairing with a refreshing glass of Chardonnay. See the recipe.

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Vegetarian Tikka Masala
This easy vegetarian tikka masala is packed with veggies and coated in a tangy, luscious spiced sauce. Eat up! See the recipe.

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5 Campfire-Ready Recipes

5 Campfire-Ready Recipes

Headed to the great outdoors? Check out these campfire-ready recipes to keep you fueled.

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Grilled Peach S’Mores

Throw the grate down over the campfire and grill up these sweet peach s’mores. See the recipe.

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Cappuccino Monkey Bread

This Cappuccino Monkey Bread can be baked over the campfire to be a delicious breakfast bread or dessert coated in cinnamon, sugar and salted caramel cappuccino. See the recipe.

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Red Rice and Tomatoes

Once a cast iron is in play anything is possible. A delicious way to end a cold evening in the woods is with a hearty, warm rice dish. Consider adding beans it bulk it up even more. See the recipe.

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Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

You can assemble the sandwiches before you leave the house, wrap them in foil and throw them in the fire when you’re in the woods. See the recipe.

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Poundcake Skillet Dessert

Loaded with Rolos, fresh berries and poundcake, this skillet dessert can easily be packed for the road and warmed over the fire for dessert. See the recipe.

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Chilled Red Wines for a Hot Summer

Chilled Red Wines for a Hot Summer

If you’re a red wine drinker through and through, but still want something cool on a hot summer day, these favorite chilled red wines are for you.

While most of us turn to white wines in the summer, sometimes our tastebuds are just craving a bold red and we don’t want to wait until fall to have it. These wines are lighter in body, not so tannic and totally refreshing with a slight chill. How chilled is a “slight chill”? We’re glad you asked! Shoot for a wine that is 50 to 55 degrees. Without a thermometer, you can take a bottle of wine out of the fridge that is totally chilled and has been in there for awhile about 15 minutes before serving and it will be the perfect temperature. Or, if you are starting at room temperature, place the wine in your fridge for about 45 minutes before pouring. If you want the wine to be chilled quicker, place it in an ice bucket for 5 to 10 minutes. Check out our current favorite red wines that are perfect for chilling and totally affordable on a stretched summer budget.

Chilled Red Wines for a Hot Summer

2015 Beaujolais-Villages Georges Duboeuf$12
First things first, bottle appearance. We’re starting to create a list of the prettiest wine bottles and labels (Because that’s what adults do, right?) that are perfect for gifts or to spruce up your wine rack and this one is on it. This deep purple wine comes packed with fruity aromas and a smooth mouthfeel that becomes even more delightful as it’s chilled. Serve this wine as an aperitif with salty meats and cheeses or with a grilled chicken entree.

Chilled Red Wines for a Hot Summer

Cleto Chiarli Vecchia Modena Premium Lambrusco di Sorbara: $15
This Lambrusco comes from the most ancient producer of Emilia-Romagna wines. With bright red rather than purple hues, serve this wine chilled for a delightfully dry dance of berries on the tongue. Serve this wine with summer pasta salad or tortellini, just like they would in Modena, Italy.

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NV “Centenario” Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro Amabile DOC: $11
Coming from the same producer, this Lambrusco is quite a different expression. Most notably, it is semi-sweet, super smooth, perfectly refreshing thanks to Charmat Method fermentation, and ideal with a fresh fruit dessert.

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Tommasi Rafael Valpolicella Classico Superiore 2014: $15
A careful blend of Corvina Veronese, Rondinella and Molinara grapes, this wine is a perfect expressions of Amarone from Veneto, Italy and has been aged 15 months in large Slavonian oak. It is known to be vibrant, fresh, but still loaded with tannins and deeps notes of spice and leather that are balanced with fruitiness. When served chilled, this wine is ideal with smoky or even spicy barbecued meats

Cheers!

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10 Decadent Cheesecakes to Bake Now

10 Decadent Cheesecakes to Bake Now

If you’re a cheesecake lover, then you must dive into these rich, decadent cheesecake recipes we can’t get enough of.

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Coffee and Créme Fraîche Cheesecake

Studded with vanilla bean flecks, this creamy, delightful Créme Fraîche Cheesecake is based on a hazelnut and graham cracker crust, stirred together with a shot of coffee, and topped with ganache. See the recipe.

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Butterscotch and Peanut Butter Cheesecake

This cheesecake is a sweet tooth’s dream. Baked into a peanut butter cookie crust is a rich butterscotch batter that is topped with a decadent peanut butter mousse. See the recipe.

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Lemon Meringue Cheesecake

With lemon curd in the batter and topped with more curd and torched meringue, this lemon cheesecake is a sweet-tart delight. See the recipe.

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Peanut Butter Pretzel Cheesecake

This sweet and salty peanut butter pretzel cheesecake even comes with a swirl of chocolate. It’s bound to be a new favorite dessert. See the recipe.

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Honey and Fig Cheesecake Bars

A sweet walnut crust is the key to these velvety cheesecake bars topped with stunning fresh figs and honey. See the recipe.

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Strawberry-White Chocolate Cheesecake

A perfect dessert for any summer celebration, this cheesecake is so easy to make. If cracks on the top appear, don’t worry, the sweet strawberry sauce is there to cover it up and add great berry flavor. See the recipe.

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Salted Caramel and Cashew Cheesecake

Whip up this truly indulgent cheesecake, topped with a rich salted caramel and cashews. See the recipe.

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Easy Marble Cheesecake

Made without a crust, this gluten free marble cheesecake is a rich combination of chocolate a vanilla flavors. See the recipe.

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Chocolate-Coffee Cheesecake with Ganache

Chocolate and coffee cheesecake is baked on top of a chocolate crust, cooled, and then coated in a rich layer of ganache. Elegant and delicious. See the recipe.

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Fig and Vanilla Bean Cheesecake with Balsamic Glaze

Freshly picked, beautifully ripe, crimson-hued figs nestled atop a creamy cheesecake and adorned with a rich, acidic balsamic glaze. See the recipe.

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