Pattern play is enjoying a moment, but it is nothing new. In the hands of a talented pro, this approach to design is always in style. Take interior designer Jason Wilde’s interior of a spectacular Heber home (How Swede It Is) we featured in 2013. It is as compelling and as relevant now as it was four years ago. And there’s much to learn from Wilde’s work.
Once relegated to garden parties and summer soirees, wine spritzers are now a favorite.
The catch is in and salmon is starring on plates everywhere. How do you take yours?
Beautifully cooked salmon doesn’t require any additional flavors. Just salt, pepper and a squeeze of lemon is plenty.
Vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh-cut basil, creamy mozzarella: This Italian trinity composes caprese, arguably summer’s simplest and most sensational salad. But why stop there? Throw in some unexpected ingredients and enjoy the surprising flavors and seasonal flair they give this classic dish
The home bar doesn’t have to be intimidating. It’s just alcohol. It doesn’t bite.
Spring has sprung and for many of us that means a heightened desire for fresher, more flavor-forward foods
Spring has sprung and for many of us that means a heightened desire for fresher, more flavor-forward foods. Enter goat cheese.
Simple recipes that start with one crottin of goat cheese
Lemon’s high acidity means it can help slow food spoilage—that’s why a toss in lemon juice keeps cut fruits from browning. But because its natural acidity is always appealing, there are several ways to preserve lemon flavor itself—freeze lemon juice in ice cube trays, for instance, or dry lemon zest. Here are two of the…