Special Occasions & Holidays

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Cran Raspberry Mimosas

By Marla Meridith / December 30th

How are you ringing in the new year? You are going to need something sparkly to toast the new decade. Also, a special treat to quench your thirst on the 1st. These Cran Raspberry Mimosas will liven up any celebration. A little bit tart and sweet, these mimosas will be in our hands throughout the winter. Love pear? Check out ...Read More

Sparkling Pear Champagne Cocktail

By Marla Meridith / December 29th

Wow did this year fly by! It's time to celebrate what was with what is to be. Not only is it a new year, but a new decade! Have you written down any New Year's resolutions? I've not yet, but need to. No matter who you will be toasting the midnight hour with, you need a special cocktail to ring ...Read More

Dutch Speculaas Cookies with Peppermint Crunch Icing

By Marla Meridith / December 18th

You have probably had Speculaas or Speculoos cookies at some point. The popular brand you will see in the markets is Biscoff. Those are great and all, but making these homemade Dutch Speculaas Cookies with Peppermint Crunch Icing is way better! These are firm, gingerbread-like, spiced biscuits that are wonderful for dunking in coffee or hot cocoa. The almond meal ...Read More

Peppermint White Russian

By Marla Meridith / December 13th

Add festive flair to your holiday gatherings with this delicious Peppermint White Russian cocktail. Cool peppermint combines beautifully with coffee liqueur, vodka and peppermint schnapps. Top with whipped cream clouds and crushed many cane. Best shared on a frosty winters night! Click HERE for recipe details. ...Read More

Smashed Brussels Sprouts with Remoulade Sauce

By Marla Meridith / December 11th

This Smashed Brussels Sprouts with Remoulade Sauce dish will make Brussels sprouts lovers out of anyone! Roasted until they are golden brown and soft, then smothered in a creamy Louisiana style Remoulade Sauce. Serve as an appetizer, side dish or perfect as a vegetarian main as well over brown rice. Click HERE for recipe details. ...Read More

Apple Cider Mojitos

By Marla Meridith / November 27th

With winter officially here in the high country it's time to think about festive seasonal cocktails. Apples and cinnamon spice prevail this time of the year and they beckon with their beautiful aroma. Apples and apple cider line market shelves, the reds, greens and yellows beg to be taken home. Apple cider is delicious on it's own, but in these ...Read More

Cranberry Upside Down Cake

By Marla Meridith / November 23rd

How is your holiday planning going? This time of the year can be super stressful, but trying your best to plan ahead is a smart thing to do. I must admit that I'm not the best at that! However, I do know doing so will limit stress the night before and on the actual holiday. This Cranberry Upside Down Cake ...Read More

Melted Candy Corn Skillet Brownie

By Marla Meridith / October 31st

Sometimes you need to get creative with all that leftover Halloween candy. Have too much candy corn on your hands? No worries. Bake up this Melted Candy Corn Skillet Brownie. It's a whimsical recipe that makes the most of that leftover candy corn. The texture of this brownie is very chewy, a bit gooey and perfect for chocolate lovers. You ...Read More

12 Sinfully Delicious Recipes for Leftover Halloween Candy

By Marla Meridith / October 30th

Let’s face it...leftover Halloween candy happens. Maybe you hit up the sales too hard and have bags of bulk candy lying around. Or maybe your kids collected wayyyyy more than you want them to indulge in. My brother and I used to hide away stashes of candy so our parents wouldn’t find them. But they inevitably did, I guess we ...Read More

Pumpkin Dutch Baby with Caramelized Apples

By Marla Meridith / October 10th

It’s absolutely my favorite time of the year. Not only do I get to bundle up in my favorite cozy sweaters but it also means that winter is quickly coming around here to Telluride, Colorado. I know that many of you cringe at the thought of winter but 'round here we live to ski so the snow is always welcome. ...Read More