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Casonsei Pasta With Pancetta Brown Butter Sage Sauce

By: Aida Mollenkamp of Salt & Wind

I don’t know about you guys but I had never heard of this pasta before. And it got me so excited because that’s exactly why I travel — to discover new food so that I can get inspired to get back in my kitchen and make it myself!  This year I’ve been spending a lot of

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Mocha Cream Puffs Recipe

Mocha Cream Puffs

By: Allie Roomberg of Baking a Moment

The rich chocolate and roast-y coffee notes of mocha are always a hit. Make these mocha cream puffs for your next special occasion—your guests will be so impressed!

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Peppermint Crunch Bundt Cake

Peppermint Crunch Bundt Cake

By: Allie Roomberg of Baking a Moment

The winter holidays are upon us, and for me, there’s no better flavor combo than chocolate and peppermint. There’s just something so magical about the combination of rich, dark chocolate and cool, sweet mint. It takes me right back to my childhood!

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Ramen Beef Taco Recipe

Ramen Beef Tacos

By: Kirsten Grove of Simply Grove

The winter season is here and I could not be more excited. I am always on the search for fresh recipes that are tasty and beautiful to the eye. When it’s cold outside, I crave flavorful, rich dishes. These Ramen Beef Tacos are unbelievably good!

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Spiced Chamomile Hot Toddy Recipe

Spiced Chamomile Hot Toddy

By: Lindsay Landis of Love and Olive Oil

The Hot Toddy is one of winter’s most perfect, and yet under-appreciated cocktails. Typically a mix of bourbon, lemon juice, honey and hot water, it soothes your heart and soul from the inside out. Some say it is the ultimate cure-all for winter.

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