Ever since we discovered this delicious sherbet recipe, we've been on a sherbet kick. A big one. Lemon, orange, tangerine, and now pomegranate—just in time for Valentine's Day, should you want something festive and pink. And we have a simple substitution that makes this recipe even easier, if that's possible.
The wine media waves are awash with suggestions on what to gift or drink this Valentine’s Day. Do you like to enjoy a special bottle with your loved ones on this day? Something bubbly to toast the occasion? Something dry to savor with dinner? Or, something sweet to complement a decadent chocolate dessert? Here are some suggestions to cover all the possibilities; there's something for everyone in here!
When the daily grind has worn me down and I've spread myself too thin, I like to take a U–turn from my work routine and jump back into bed. And stay there all day with a few key ingredients. Join me as I pamper myself in celebration of Valentine's day.
A few days ago Stella, the blogger at BraveTart, blew my mind. She said that you could make sprinkles easily in your own kitchen. Crazy, I thought — brilliant! I obviously had to try it. Here's how it turned out for me, documented step by step.
Yesterday we showed you some really awesome heart-shaped pans for Valentine's Day; they're great for whipping up something special for your loved ones. Here's another option to dress up cupcakes — always a go-to baked good. A great way to make them look even better is to pick up a Valentine's cupcake set.
Chocolate is mandatory this time of year. The weather is bleak; we could all use a little nibble of chocolate to sweeten things up. And then of course chocolate goes hand-in-hand with Valentine's Day; it's pretty clichéd to talk about them together. But why shake it up? We all love chocolate, and we don't need to get too fancy with it: Here are 10 of our favorite chocolate desserts from the archives. Chewy cookies, fudgy brownies, and a root beer cake. This is homey chocolate at its best.
If you're looking for a show-stopping dish for Valentine's Day, consider these six stunning recipes for pasta with beets. We tried to include something for everyone in this roundup; a few of these pink and red creations require a pasta machine (or a dedication to rolling) while others can be made with store-bought pasta or wonton wrappers. There's even a raw and vegan recipe, too.
The delights of meringue lie in its delicate texture, its airy structure, and the way it snaps in the mouth then melts away on the tongue. But eaten alone sometimes it seems too austere — a nonfat sweet for dieters. But not in this recipe from the February issue of Martha Stewart Living. Here the charms of meringue are deepened by a gilding of caramel and a pool of crème anglaise.