How cool is it that out of a mere nut and some basic kitchen tools, you can produce milk and crackers?
Vegans and lactose-intolerant people, this one goes out to you.
I'm no expert, but this is a serious step up from just piling frosting on.
A thick, savory tahini dip that pairs perfectly with grilled pitas or crusty artisanal bread.
A little break from the barrage of desserts, and a great dish to serve at a party.
A tongue-in-cheek concoction brought to you by spunky mixologist Kelsey Didit of NYC hotspot Bustan.
This frosty concoction requires only two ingredients: mango sorbet and champagne.
It's the cocktail that looks and tastes like dessert.
Up the ante on your New Year's bubbly.
It's festive, fruity and made with fresh ingredients. What could be a better way to ring in the new year?
And its recipe comes straight from French 57, a hip new bar in Tel Aviv that combines soulful New Orleans style and local Israeli ingredients.
Everyone's favorite holiday drink done right.
Make the dough in advance, and simply slice and bake when you're ready.
Traditional holiday fruit compote gets a flavor and presentation boost with semi-sweet wine and the best pound cake you can find.
This is a great gift-giving idea. Easy prep, easy customization, easy dipping.