This traditional Spanish drink goes well with spicy foods, is delicious in summer, and works well as a party punch bowl.
I know several people who crave hot and sour soup when they’re sick. Since we’re smack in the middle of flu season, I figured it was a good time to feature this vegetarian hot and sour soup recipe.
If you crave the spiciness of a bloody mary but don’t want the alcohol, try this tasty variation – or make the real thing.
Plum pudding is a traditional Christmas dessert in the UK, and is normally made with suet. Julia Child’s version shows that there’s no reason plum pudding can’t be vegetarian.
Sweet, rich cheesecake with a ginger snap crust and orange glaze.
A rich, creamy, and extremely chocolatey pudding. It’s got some calories, but it’s worth it! There’s also a frozen chocolate pudding variation.
Zabaglione sauce, also called zabaione sauce, is a sweet, thick sauce that is wonderful with plum pudding and French toast.
Egg nog is a traditional winter drink, which I find rather odd since it’s cold and I always want something warm. If you’re worried about salmonella from raw eggs, use pasteurized eggs.
Warm, spicy mulled wine is a wonderful winter drink.
An elegant soup made of wild rice and cranberries laced with sherry.