January

Weeknight Shorts: Seared Venison Steak with Shallot-Cherry Sauce

Beautifully lean venison gets an elegant treatment with a shallot cherry sauce that will have you finding more ways to work this healthy protein source into your diet more. Get a recipe that makes fine dining a midweek option!

Asian Style Eggplant

This sweet and spicy eggplant almost tastes like it's been candied. Tender eggplant and red onions get sautéed until tender and then bathed in a sauce that's sweet, salty, and spicy all at once. It's the perfect cure for the winter blues.

Lemon-Honey Chicken

When the weather has you down and a cold is at your door, you can always turn to chicken soup. But if you're craving something a little different, why not whip up a batch of Lemon-Honey Chicken and give those winter blues the 1-2-3 punch!

Blue Cheese Mustard-Mushroom Patty Melts

Patty melts become a flavor sensation when served on toasted buttery brioche and topped with sautéed mushrooms coated in a tangy, creamy blue cheese mustard. In fact, they may quickly become your new favorite burger!

Crème Brûlée French Toast

Rich and dreamy, this French Toast the perfect way to start the day. Reminiscent of Crème Brûlée without all the work and waiting, you'll be turning to it again and again. And if anyone suggests that it's overindulgent ten days into the New Year, don't share with them!

Roasted Cabbage Slaw

Warm cabbage combined with fresh lemon, garlic, and grated cheese will become your new favorite dish, whether you call it a salad, a side dish, or something else entirely. What it definitely is is delicious!

How to Use Flowers for a Better Mood

With winter truly upon us, now is the time to embrace the uplifting effects having fresh flowers around can have on us all. If you are looking for particular pick-me-ups, we have a handy guide to which blooms are best for what ails you!

Shepherd's Pie

The epitome of winter comfort food, Shepherd's Pie layers a meat and vegetable filling with a mashed potato topping before baking it together until perfection is reached. Opt for a mixture of Russet and sweet potatoes to add a little color to the coldest part of the year.