This Broccoli Cheddar and Zucchini Soup from Half-Baked Harvest is a fall staple. It’s comfort in a bowl!
In the kitchen with DSC
This delicious gooey, salty, chocolatey homemade toffee is easy to make – and even easier to eat – and makes a great holiday gift.
Growing up, my family would always go to this fondue restaurant for special occasions. It has since closed, and after many attempts I have recreated their classic cheese fondue appetizer.
Holiday cookies are one of my favorite things to make and eat. I’ve always loved Italian cookies and lemon so this recipe is the perfect blend of both.
My sister in-law Carol has been making this casserole every Thanksgiving for as long as I can remember. I’ve always been a bit T-Day side dish gal and this is one of my all time favorites any day of the year.
My German grandma made Dutch Pancakes for us as kids, and this recipe from Lil’ Luna tastes just like hers! This recipe is perfect for a special weekend breakfast!
I was introduced to this tasty soup by my friend Nathalie who claims it’s “probably one of my favorite soups in the world.”
My favorite bar in town serves these on a secret menu just as soon as the weather gets a chill in the air. This one definitely warms you up!
The first time I had one of these was on a rainy, cold day at a golf course in Ireland watching the Solheim Cup. I was immediately hooked.
This meatloaf was inspired by my mother-in-law, Aggi, who I unfortunately never met but undoubtedly would have loved.