These brochettes look pretty spectacular and are ideal as a pre-dinner finger food served with a slice of baguette or cucumber. You'll need 16 8-inch wooden skewers for the brochettes. (Adapted from A Taste of Canada - A Culinary Journey by Rose Murray, Whitecap Books, 2008)
Cheddar cheese spritz Crackers will be the highlight of your holIday snack table. If you are not familiar with spritz cookies, they are a classic butter cookie that originated in Germany ((known as Spritzgebäck). This savoury version is a perfect additon to your charcuterie board or You use a cookie press to press out the festive shapes like you do spritz cookies. Our recipe makes it easy to do! DOWNLOAD RECIPE CARD Equipment: 1 Cookie Press Yield: About 4 dozen Ingredients... 1 cup room temperature softened unsalted butter 1 tsp finely grated lemon zest 1 large egg yolk 6 tbsp whipping (35%)...
Who says Halloween has to be just for kids? This charcuterie and cheese board has a variety of seasonal cheeses and with these fun homemade crackers to serve alongside. Choose a blue-veined cheese and a charcoal coated one. There is even a black gouda cheese if you can find it at your local cheese shop.
This caesar drink is a classic caesar recipe with a simple but delicious twist. Once you try it, you will never have a caesar cocktail any other way. It’s made with vodka, savory clamato juice, a few dashes of worcestershire, a few more dashes of tabasco sauce, a good squeeze of lemon, and our secret pickled ingredient.
Eggnog is pretty much synonymous with Christmas. What other time of year do you get to drink something that’s basically custard spiked with alcohol? A good eggnog is made up of just a few simple ingredients – alcohol, sugar, cream and raw eggs. Now if you are skeptical of drinking something with raw eggs, take note that the Centre of Disease Control (CDC) tested copious amounts of homemade eggnog to find that the addition of alcohol basically wiped out the risk of any contamination. And if all this isn’t enough to entice you, December 24th is National Eggnog Day. So go ahead and indulge a little – it’s the holidays.