Christmas Eve should be about spending time with your family, not spending time in the kitchen. Our friend and esteemed food historian, Francine Segan, has sent us an effortlessly delicious traditional Christmas Eve dish from Naples that can be cooked up in minutes. Find the recipe after the jump.
Three-Ingredient Santa Bananas
Saint Nick never looked so good. These skewers are great as appetizers, desserts, for after school, or as a good-for-you late-night snack. It is chock-full of fruit after all! Also, saying “Santa Bananas” is just too. Much. Fun. Go ahead! Try saying it three times fast.
How to Make an Adorable Snowman Pizza
Forget the Abominable Snowman! This year it’s all about the Adorable Snowman. This four-ingredient pizza is perfect for holiday dinner parties or just for snacking on any time. Because pizza.
Traditional Hershey’s Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies
These peanut butter and chocolate kiss cookies are a classic for a reason. Partly because they combine the two best cookie ingredients known to bakers everywhere—peanut butter and chocolate—and partly because they’re so easy to make… and eat. Make a batch of boring chocolate chip cookies for Santa and save these for your own personal stash. You […]
Chocolate “Salami” Recipe
Yes, you read the title correctly. Our friend and esteemed food historian, Francine Segan, used some handcrafted Falanga cookies to make this unique and delicious salame al cioccolato that’s sure to wow guests at your next dinner party. Get the recipe after the jump.