I love making a simple, vibrant dip to brighten up any celebration or gathering. This spiced carrot dip is smooth and creamy, full of flavor from nutty tahini and a mix of spices, and perfect for adding to any appetizer spread.
Today’s recipe is the perfect example of why I love cooking seared scallops. In just a few minutes…you can sear them, sit them on top of mascarpone, top them with lemony hazelnut butter, and feel like a million bucks.
Roasted sweet potato blended into a light fritter batter full of gouda cheese, fried until golden and crisp, tossed in a silky smooth honey butter glaze, and then drizzled with a spoonful of calabrian chile chimichurri…if you’re feeling it. These sweet potato fritters are such a dreamy little appetizer that is so fun for a dinner party or weekend feast.
I’m pretty sure I’ve created THE most perfect New Year’s appetizer – onion dip with dill potato chips. It’s quick, easy, and addictingly good. Trust me, if you put this out…it will be gone in minutes!
And just like that, it’s time to start planning our New Year’s menus! I’d say there’s nothing better to plan on making than this spinach artichoke dip with scallion relish. It’s the creamiest, cheesiest, perfectly flavored artichoke dip served with a really bright, vibrant, herby topping. Entertaining perfection!
Christmas just got a whole lot better with this classic, savory, simple mushroom toast. It’s buttery, full of herbs, and so simply good. I’m pairing it with Lavender & Vanilla DRY Sparkling for the last Christmas Giveaway of the week!
Celebrating the holidays in very festive style this year with the Williams Sonoma ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas dinnerware collection! It’s making my appetizer spread extra beautiful, with ornate pieces to hold my red wine cranberry goat cheese dip & holiday spiced nuts.
There is nothing better than a cheesy, decadent appetizer for Christmas, and this puff pastry wrapped baked brie with prosciutto & cherry jam is kind of perfect. It’s so incredibly easy, something you can pull together last minute, and such a crowd pleaser. I’m using Prosciutto di Parma for the best possible prosciutto flavor, which just happens to be Day 2 of the Week of Christmas Giveaways!
This festive starter is exactly what you need on your table right now. It’s roasted acorn squash with burrata & herbed ciabatta croutons…fun, messy, and delicious.