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With it’s recent popularity, you’d think that kale is something Lady Gaga invented. Hardly. This tasty and healthy green has been around for quite some time.
Stuffing is probably my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner. Well, that and mashed potatoes. Oh, and pumpkin pie! Whatever… you get my drift. Well, here is a fun twist on traditional stuffing. This recipe not only adds some flare to the classic Thanksgiving side, they make it easy to eat ‘em on the go.
This particular recipe was created for the holiday season. At home at either the Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner table, this orange soda is swimming with warm cinnamon, clove and allspice. A few black peppercorns tie it all together. There’s a good chance you’ll be drinking it all year long!
Mashed potatoes are the epitome of comfort food. Seriously. Any time I see pillowy potatoes with a pat of melting butter, I just want to motorboat them!
I am quite in love with shrubs. And this Cranberry & Sage Shrub will be served at Thanksgiving! And Christmas…possibly July.
This festive white sangria just screams Christmas. Candied rosemary, blanched cranberries and crisp white wine make all that family time just a little bit more bearable.
My goal for this recipe was two-fold. Make gingerbread men a wee bit less crunchy and to make them a smidge healthier. Sweet potato seemed like the perfect choice because, well, sweet potatoes are amazeballs. Also, if you’ve had candied sweet potatoes during the holidays… you know just how well they go with ginger.
I’ve been wanting to cook with matcha green tea for quite some time but I could never make up my mind on what to make. I love the flavor of it but I really wanted to show off the color too. Sure, I could use it to make anything green…but I wanted something unique. And look how beautiful these powdery little delights are.
I love s’mores. It’s probably the only reason I go camping. That melted chocolate and toasted marshmallow all surrounded by a crunchy graham cracker…okay, now I am drooling!
Happy World Egg Day! I kinda love eggs. It’s the one reason I cannot be vegan. Okay, that and cheese. Well, specifically gouda cheese. Now I want some cheese. Wait…what were we talking about?
My absolute favorite is hot apple pie with a slice of cheddar cheese over it. If you’ve never had it…it’s the f*cking bomb! So when Whole Foods asked me to do an apple recipe, this was my first thought. But I wanted to take it out of the dessert realm and apples and cheese are so pedestrian; I wanted something new!
Nothing quite embodies the spirit of Halloween like the Jack-o’-Lantern does. Creepy or funny, creative or classic, the carved gourd is more than just simple holiday decor. It’s also a symbol of fall harvest and that winter will soon be amongst us. But did you know, the pumpkin was not the original carved vegetable for this time of year–it was the turnip!
Outside of being gorgeous, these pickled beets are damn tasty too. Bursting with fresh rosemary, sweet and savory, you cannot go wrong. And they are easy to make!
I like to push the boundaries of a single ingredient. That was the inspiration for this beet cocktail, to really show just how flexible this tasty (and healthy) root vegetable is. I wanted to celebrate the beet for those that love it and make something really accessible for those that don’t. This does just that.
Using my years of cooking experience along with my unique take on ingredients, sustainability and food, I am going to create the dopest, most awesomest, most unicorn-saving cookbook out there! Oh, and it will include this yummy drink.
Here is the first recipe I completed for the book, a Wine-Poached Pear Martini. This cocktail not only makes your house smell like Christmas, it tastes like it too! Swimming with clove, star anise, orange and more, you are going to want this drink recipe for you holiday party!
Hi, I’m Jerry James Stone and welcome to my food blog.
My recipes are vegetarian, just like me. Some are even vegan. I like to keep things pretty simple, using just a few ingredients. So, you'll be cooking in no time.
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