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One-Bite Holiday Canapes

By Anna Dantoni – The next time you’re hosting a holiday cocktail party or attending one where you’re asked to bring an appetizer, you’ll want to be able to refer to Savory Bites, a soft-cover book that is all about easy and sophisticated hors d’oeuvres for stand-up parties, buffets, or family snacking. Most of the presentations within the pages of this useful book are one or two-bite morsels and all of them look...

Holidays That Vegetarians Love

By Marsha Fottler – American meat-centric fall and winter holidays generally set cooks to worrying about the plight of vegetarians who gather at the big table. I don’t know why, holiday meals at Thanksgiving, Christmas and even Easter are nothing but good news for vegetarian eaters. Why? The side dishes, of courses. Once a vegetarian looks past that huge platter of carnivore pleasure in the center of the buffet table,...

The Great Stuffing Debates

By Chef Judi Gallagher – Friends, I can’t believe it, Thanksgiving is almost here. Wasn’t it just the Fourth of July? I swear it was yesterday that I was freezing homemade popsicles and making batches of potato salad for summer picnics. But now the November and December holidays are looming, and I’m about to navigate one of foodies’ favorite — and most contentious — holiday subjects: stuffing. I’m not sure there’s...

GOURMET HIGHWAY: Christmas in Original Florida

By Doc Lawrence – In 1928 Pulitzer Prize winner Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings left New York for the wilds of Florida, lamenting that her “first Christmas at Cross Creek would break my heart,” but she stayed on to become one of America’s most acclaimed writers. With full knowledge she would miss the traditional celebrations up North, she settled into the small Cracker community of Cross Creek 15 miles south of Gainesville....

Favorite fall recipes

By Judi Gallagher – Welcome to our fall edition. With the air cooling and parts of the country mesmerized by the splendor of autumn hues, my kitchen turns into its own colorful display of braising pots, baking and roasting pans, bowls of apples, jars of apple butter, cranberries and cinnamon sticks. My oven has already started the season workout with apple crisp, bread pudding and, of course, a beautiful rump roast...

Take a Vacation to the Next Level

By Abby Weingarten – What is the most satisfying way to take a vacation to the next level? Make it a spa-cation, of course! There is nothing like a massage, facial, body scrub or aromatherapy session to soothe the soul during a getaway. As part of our new travel features, we will be exploring the indulgent treatments at the spas where we stay. Unwind with us. Don CeSar’s Spa Oceana After lounging in a blue cabana...
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