A charcuterie spread is so versatile—it can serve as a tasty party snack, hearty addition to a main course, or even as a light and flavorful meal on its own. But no matter how you’re enjoying your favorite selection of meats and cheeses, one thing’s for sure: a glass of wine can really take the flavors of your bites to the next level. But which wine should you choose? Our guide to wine pairings can help you pick the perfect pour based on your preferred flavor profile.
Hosting a party during the holiday season can be fun…but it can also be a lot of work. If you’re looking for ways to add a little holiday magic to your gathering, but want to dial down the level of effort it’ll take to impress, look no further. Our guide to holiday entertaining will help you host the perfect gathering.
Sous-vide (pronounced sue veed) is a method of cooking that only sounds difficult. French for “under vacuum,” this preparation uses a warm water bath or steam to cook food in plastic bags or glass jars. Because it allows you to precisely control the temperature, sous-vide delivers consistent, delicious, and restaurant-quality results with very little effort.