Why is it when we are snug at home we often crave comfort food? If, like me, you live in New York City, or some other city, where winters are long and cold, you're probably looking for recipes to whip up for a dinner party that make you feel warm and cozy in your home. Invite friends over and serve one of these elegant recipes that dress up comfort foods enough to make the dishes special, but also keep the essential comfort part of the meal front and center.
Who doesn't love mozzarella sticks? They are so easy to make, there is no reason you can't enjoy them on a whim at home. Follow our simple recipe for this classic appetizer. Read More
Swedish Meatballs are a party classic, but so old school! Do you want to blow everyone away with culinary bliss? Try serving up these little dynamos of mine. I guarantee you, they will tickle everyone's palate. Read More
I first had this dish at a small Italian restaurant in Farmingdale, New York. It was so delicious. It is kind of like Penne a la Vodka but with a fabulous unique flavor. We offer it on one of our pasta stations at our parties and the guests always come back for more. Read More
So often during the winter, warm sandwiches satisfy a hungry belly better than anything else. This skinny turkey Reuben recipe is hearty enough to serve for dinner, and when cut in smaller bites, is also an interesting and delicious hors d'oeuvre to serve, too. Read More
Bacon-infused chutney offers so many creative opportunities when it comes to a winter dinner party. Serve it atop pork chops, chicken or even turkey to transform an ordinary dinner into a special meal. Read More
Stuffed peppers are always a great go-to recipe for cold winter evenings when you've got a hungry crowd on hand. This family-style dish works well as a side and also as a main entree. Read More
Casseroles are a party classic because they're delicious, simple and feed a crowd. Our cheesy chicken enchilada recipe is a melting pot of delicious ingredients that never fails to warm and delight on a cold winter evening. Read More