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When you cozy up by a fire with a great book and this hot cocoa, you’ll have the perfect cold-weather day on your hands! Feel free to substitute dark chocolate for white if you prefer.
Cold days call for a soup that showcases seasonal produce. Vegetables such as turnips, carrots, and celery combine with fresh ginger for a warm and filling soup that's full of texture and flavor.
Like wine, fine leather, and cheddar cheese, some things only get better with age. Add balsamic vinegar to the list. This spin on traditional aioli provides plenty of flavor, making it a great dip for fresh veggies.
Brioche provides just the touch of sweetness that will make this stuffing the highlight of your holiday meal. For a vegetarian option, substitute the ground pork for butternut squash and the chicken stock for vegetable stock. This recipe can also be made gluten free using gluten free breadcrumbs instead of brioche.
Traditional apple cider gets a kick of warm winter flavor with our Winter Spice Seasoning. Transform this warming beverage into a cocktail by adding dark rum, bourbon whiskey, or favorite flavored vodka.
A new twist on an old classic, maple syrup adds a touch of sweetness to this bourbon cocktail. Impress your holiday guests by serving with a sugar-and-spice rim and fresh orange peel.