Happy holidays! We’ve rounded up a few winter recipes from our favorite food bloggers, all of which pair nicely with DRY flavors.
Pear DRY goes hand-in-hand with winter green salads and savory blue cheese dishes. We’re fans of Love and Lemons‘ Winter Kale Salad and The Noshery‘s Roasted butternut squash with pears, onions and blue cheese.
Photo credit: The Noshery
Fancy a bottle of Juniper Berry DRY? Make sure to try it with your favorite warm mushroom, mussel or potato dishes. These recipes are great places to start:
- Creative Culinary‘s creamy mushroom bake with parmesan panko
- Eat Drink Smile‘s creamy mushroom risotto
- Alchemy in the Kitchen‘s light mussel chowder
- Amateur Gourmet‘s sweet potato latkes (and regular latkes, too)
For all things decadent (specifically with chocolate and/or almonds), Cherry DRY is your flavor. Joy the Baker has dark chocolate, pistachio and smoked sea salt cookies and chocolate coconut almond scones that are the perfect match.
Photo credit: Joy the Baker
Vanilla Bean DRY fans love pairing it with ice cream, but did you know that it tastes just as awesome with roasted chicken or baked apple dishes? Try Smitten Kitchen‘s buttermilk roast chicken and The Amateur Gourmet‘s apple cobbler with your next Vanilla Bean DRY!
What foods do you like to pair with your favorite DRY flavor?