Looking for a reason to drink and be merry (within moderation)? Try our clove and cinnamon spiked gin and tonic with a grapefruit twist to get started on or after holiday celebrations.
This winter salad, tossed in a creamy orange clove dressing will soon become your favorite holiday and post-holiday salad. The post includes simple instructions for making your own emulsified salad dressing.
Homemade Mulled Wine is made using a large variety of spices. It's everything you could want in a winter beverage—hot, sweet, spicy, tart, & a little boozy (if you add bourbon or brandy).
The Frothy Pisco Sour with Cardamom, Clove, and Vanilla Simple Syrup is an outstanding cocktail to have in your mixology repertoire. It's actually quite simple to make and as equally impressive in flavor and aesthetic appeal.
Baked winter squash is comforting and satisfies cravings for both sweet and savory. This recipe brings in a nutty brown butter infused with cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Hickory Smoked Duck with Ceylon Cinnamon Spice. Turn your poultry from good to exceptional by brining it in cinnamon and smoking it! The skin and outer meat develop a gorgeous smoke ring and all of the wonderful flavors used to season it deepen and develop a sort of maturity.
Fresh Berries with Cinnamon, Clove, and Cardamom Spiced Balsamic is summer salad at its finest. The sweetness from the fresh summer berries is enhanced with a trio of spices and the tart acidity from a reduced balsamic.
This twist on a Madeleines recipe brings the classic tea cookie to a new level of delish, using white chocolate ganache, brown butter, Ceylon cinnamon, and cloves.
This recipe for vanilla chai is creamy, spicy, comforting, and just perfectly sweet (but not too sweet). It's great served hot or cold and makes enough to get you through the work week!