Posted by EmilyWednesday, December 11, 2013
Want to get your hands on some free signed cookbooks? Then help The Harvard Common Press settle the age old debate: Which meal is the best meal of the day—breakfast, dinner, or dessert?!
Below you’ll find nine mouthwatering recipes from Kathy Strahs’s The Ultimate Panini Press Cookbook, three for each of these meals. Vote with your stomachs and let us know which meal is your favorite, by pinning the photos (see details below). Pinning + voting automatically enters you for a chance to win a signed copy of the book!
How to win…
1. Follow The Harvard Common Press on Pinterest.
2. Pin you favorite panini press recipes [from below] to any Pinterest board to vote. Your pin(s) qualify you for a chance to be one of three (3) winners of a signed copy of The Ultimate Panini Press Cookbook (complete with over 200 creative recipes for every meal of the day)! Be sure to hashtag your...
Posted by AshleyTuesday, December 10, 2013
One of my favorite things to do is give gifts, so it should come as no surprise that the holiday season is my favorite time of the year. Since buying presents for everyone you know can become an elaborate task, a fun and inexpensive alternative is making gifts for your loved ones instead! Homemade gifts not only show that person that you care enough to spend the time making something, but that you specifically thought about them while choosing and making the one-of-a-kind gift.
This year for Christmas, I’m gifting food. Mug cakes specifically. They are the perfect treat for when you want something sweet quickly, but aren’t feeling just a simple piece of candy or chocolate. They’re also incredibly simple and perfect for anyone living in dorms or in small kitchens (like most of my friends!). The Kitchn has a great roundup of tasty mug cake recipes to choose from.
Mug cakes serve...
Posted by EmilyMonday, December 9, 2013
These tips come from Kathy Strahs‘s The Ultimate Panini Press Cookbook, as a part of our #PaniniHappyHolidays campaign. Check back each Tuesday in December for for tips + tricks for getting the most out of your panini press, and for the full guide and experience, snag yourself a copy of the book!
[ The butter/oil will also make for more defined grill marks on your panini-- a nice aesthetic touch! ][ Kathy Strahs on choosing the best bread for your panini. If you do want to grill with softer breads, just be sure to cut thicker slices. ]
[ Melted cheese and stuck-on food bits come with the territory! For stubborn pieces, unplug the grill and, while its still hot, try to loosen and lift off as many bits...
Posted by RachelMonday, December 9, 2013
Happy Holidays! We are now two weeks into December, which means the season of holiday parties and family gatherings is approaching fast, if not already here for some of you. This time of year can be chaotic, but don’t fret! Whether you’re hosting the biggest bash of the year, or just want to relax by the fireplace, we’ve got you covered with a list of drinks that are sure to impress.
First up, there’s the Bubbly Poinsettia from A.J. Rathburn’s Champagne Cocktails. Have you ever tried a Shirley Temple? Before I turned 21, this was always my go-to drink. Well just like a Shirley Temple, the Bubbly Poinsettia is made with grenadine, which means it’s sweet, delicious, and of course, a beautiful shade of bright red. Even better, it has the extra kick that goes along with the other key ingredients – gin, champagne, and maraschino liqueur.
Click here for Bubbly Poinsettia recipe