This gingerbread cake with orange buttercream & bourbon caramel is lightly spiced, insanely fluffy, and perfect for a Christmas party!
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**Update: I originally wrote about these DIY Painted Wine Glasses way back in 2013. If you came here from Pinterest, you’re in the right place! I just updated the pictures a bit and made a video – go check it out!**
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With brown sugar, vanilla, and cinnamon, this Sage Apple Butter has the coziest flavors of autumn and winter. Serve it with biscuits for the perfect holiday brunch!
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This Thanksgiving, skip the time-consuming casseroles and soggy cauliflower. Turmeric & Za’atar roasted carrots are a perfectly spiced side dish that only takes about five minutes of prep!
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This Brown Derby Cocktail combines whiskey and grapefruit, with a splash of pomegranate, for a tart twist on a classic. It’s my favorite cocktail in the Autumn and Winter!
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Perfect for holiday parties and potlucks, these pumpkin whoopie pies are made with pillow-y pumpkin cookies and a spicy Masala chai buttercream. Oh, and they take less than an hour to make!
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Tempura fried cheese curds are my favorite happy-hour or game night snack! They’re lightly crunchy and perfect with spicy & garlicky Sriracha mayo.
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Surprisingly simple and Elegant, This Orange Liqueur + Cardamom crème brûlée is one of my all-time favorite recipes. THe warm cardamom, bitter orange liqueur, and caramel-y brown sugar make it the perfect dessert for a cozy date-night at home.
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Guferati is a spicy, earthy green bean dish originating from India. The recipe requires one pan and takes less than ten minutes to cook. I like to eat it with lots of curry and naan!
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Combining two classic Middle Eastern recipes, zhoug hummus is creamy, spicy, super flavorful, and literally takes less than 5 minutes to throw together. Serve it with flatbread and fresh veggies for an easy snack or lunch!
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