It’s the Most Wonderful Time!
From everyone here at Culinary Culture we’d like to wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and wonderful New Year.
2018 gave us great advancements in culinary technology, waves of new flavors and food trends, and a preview of innovation to come. 2019 promises to show even more ingenuity and passion for food and flavor. I hate to say it, but I really can’t wait for the new year to arrive!
In the meantime, we hope all our wonderful readers and partners have a chance to spend some quality time with their friends and families and reflect on a year well spent. Recharge those batteries as best you can, because I have a feeling January is going to hit the ground running!
And just for fun, if you’re looking for some fun dishes for the festive season, check out the unique recipes below. Feel free to add some of your favorites in the comments or just drop a note. You know we’d love to hear from you.
Red Chile and Orange Glazed Turkey
A spicy twist on a Christmas classic. This sweet and spicy bird is guaranteed to shake up your normal routine. Get the recipe from our friends at Country Living here.
Waffled Vegetable Latkes
This nutritious riff on the classic Hanukkah side dish from the Skinny Taste blog is just as nutritious as it is delicious. Get the recipe here. Try it with a za’atar herbed yogurt spread for an even zestier bite.
Sticky Drunken Pears
Show off how fancy your fancy side this season with these amazing Sticky drunken Pears from the experts over at Food & Wine. Get the recipe here.