Tag Archives: #Baking

Wine and Chocolate Featured

Dinner isn’t complete without something sweet at the end of the meal, especially when we are talking about chocolate! Pairing chocolate with the right glass of wine is a match made in heaven. For instance, combine chocolate ice cream and a fruity red wine to create a sweet blend that will have your taste buds … (Read the full story)

02_AL_ValentinesBfastInBed_Featured

Love is in the air and Cupid is making his rounds, which means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. This holiday is known for romantic candle-lit dinners, sentimental gifts and of course, delicious chocolate. But why not go one step further and start the day off with a tasty breakfast? These Valentine’s Day-inspired breakfast … (Read the full story)

Hazelnut Chocolate Spread

We’re going nuts for our Publix Premium Hazelnut Spread. When that first jar of hazelnut spread hit shelves across Europe more than 50 years ago, people fell in love, but it took some time before Americans could get a taste of the sweet spread that works so well on bread, in recipes or just right … (Read the full story)

feb-chocolate-spread

Calling all chocolate lovers! We put together some of our favorite chocolate-themed recipes just in time for National Chocolate Lovers Month. Serve these recipes as part of a meal or individually. Any way you enjoy them, we know you’ll love them. Start your meal with a little spice thanks to our Spicy Chocolate Crunch Clusters. … (Read the full story)

Food Temperature Featured Image

There’s one major key to success while cooking at home: food safety. This will ensure that your meat, poultry, seafood, egg dishes, leftovers and casseroles are properly cooked. If not cooked to the proper internal temperature, you risk sickness and even in some cases disease. If you’re unfamiliar with the proper temperatures to cook meat, … (Read the full story)

Hanukkah-Meals-Featured

Hanukkah is here! It’s time for the eight-day festival of lights. Hanukkah is celebrated with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers and fried foods. It is customary to eat foods fried in oil, since the Hanukkah miracle involved oil. Whether you’re spending the holiday with a small group of friends and family or you plan … (Read the full story)