There’s nothing better after a snowy day outside than hot mulled wine steeped with citrus, cider, and holiday spices! Glühwein is our Christmas Eve tradition, a wonderful way to wind down after a busy day to relax and refocus on the true holiday magic of being with family & friends.
The first day of fall is the perfect way to wrap up Oktoberfeast week! I’ve had so much fun making my favorite Bavarian recipes to share with you.
Today I’m bringing you sweet, flaky apftelstrudel, the very best way to end Oktoberfeast! I still dream about the Bavarian strudel I ate at all hours of the day.
Rotkohl may not be much to look at, but it’s one of my favorite cozy vegetable dishes! Red cabbage is slow-simmered with apple slices and sweet onion until everything marries together and turns bright purple.
It took me exactly one day in Germany to discover a major love of spätzle! Spätzle are soft, pillowy egg noodles that are almost like dumplings, and if you haven’t tried them yet you need to fix that void in your food-life right away.
I’m excited to announce that this week is all about creating an Oktoberfest feast! Every day this week I’ll share a Bavarian recipe, then on Friday I’ve got the ultimate guide to hosting your own Oktoberfest dinner party.
This creamy potato salad was a huge hit at our Fourth party! Sometimes it’s these last-minute thrown-together dishes that come out the best.
Let’s talk about street food: I’m completely obsessed. It’s a little bite of the local culture wrapped up to eat right away!
Friends! This is it: your one-skillet, family-pleasing, nutritious dinner plan.
Wine & bourbon with holiday spices is the absolutely perfect finale to a snowy day out. I fell in love fast and hard when I discovered glühwein a few years ago and now it’s becoming a Christmas Eve tradition, a wonderful wind-down after a busy day to relax and refocus on the real holiday magic