If you’re looking for some new dishes to add to your holiday entertaining menu, look no further! Today on Indy Style, I showed you several easy recipes that are perfect to serve at any holiday party.
A vibrant citrus salad for a cold winter’s day! This Apple and Citrus Salad is bursting with bright flavors and colors. Serve it on Christmas day and add a light and colorful dish to the table. Its crisp flavors will help bring balance to your holiday meal which is most likely composed of heavier dishes.
Fruitcake can be traced all the way back to the Middle Ages. It’s a nice thought to serve something at your holiday meal that preserves a centuries-old tradition.
The holidays are the most festive time of year and they deserve a festive cocktail! This year, serve a signature cocktail at your holiday gatherings. Cran-Orange Gin-Gin Mules will be a welcomed addition.
Learn how to steam artichokes in the microwave and get a great recipe for grilled cheese and artichoke sandwiches. Great for lunch or dinner!
We all love to impress our friends and family with delicious, creative Thanksgiving dishes. But who wants to spend all of their time in the kitchen? Today on Indy Style, I shared five easy recipes that you’ll be proud to serve at your Thanksgiving dinner.
Celery makes an appearance at the holidays in the stuffing, but this dish brings celery front and center. And it’s about time celery takes center stage! Celery is nutrient-dense and it is incredibly versatile. It deserves to take the spotlight every once in a while.
Say hello to your new favorite dessert, Upside Down Apple Cake. Trust us, once your family gets a taste of this cake, they’ll be asking for it all the time.
Sweet potatoes are a great source of Vitamin A, which can benefit your pup’s coat, skin, eyes, and muscles. They’re also a good source of fiber, calcium, iron, potassium, and Vitamin C. It’s easy to make your own sweet potato dog treats. 4 simple ingredients and 30 minutes are all it takes!
Apples are one of the traditional flavors of fall. I love eating them freshly picked from a local apple orchard or baked into warm fall dishes. Earlier today on Indy Style, I demonstrated three recipes featuring some of my favorite varieties of apples.