Originating from the British American colonies, the cobbler is dish consisting of a fruit (or sometimes savory) filling topped with batter or crumbled biscuits and then baked to achieve that perfect texture and crunch. We’ve decided to stick with the traditional dessert with our mixed berry cobbler, giving you a nice variety of those fresh and sweet berry tastes. So grab a cold glass of milk or nice hot cup of coffee and dig into this decadent dessert topped with vanilla ice cream.
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! 🍀🍀 We’ve decided to celebrate this year with our Irish Banger Skillet, which combines a few Irish classics without the hassle of washing multiple pots and pans. After all, you don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen when you have songs to sing and jigs to dance. So grab your pint of Guinness or another favorite stout, and sink your teeth into this delicious medley of Irish sausage, potatoes, cabbage and more. Cheers! 🍻
Originating from the Canadian province of Quebec, poutine is a tasty and addictive appetizer or snack that’s perfect for sharing. We’ve flipped the script a little bit with this one, swapping out traditional french fries with sweet potatoes and using smoked Gruyère instead of cheese curds. Trust us when we say change can be good! So, grab a Molson Canadian or your other favorite beer from the Great White North and get cooking!
A dish originating from Nice, France, Ratatouille is as lovely to eat as it is to look at. These beautifully stewed vegetables will provide warmth and flavor on those cold nights. Pair this with some French bread and a nice Shiraz (or your other favorite red wine), and you can close your eyes and imagine yourself in Southern France.
Sure, you’ve had chicken tamales before, but how about in casserole form? This take on the traditional Mesoamerican tamale packs the same heat, while adding in some perfect cornbread crunch. Grab a cold beer, and your weeknight dinner is all set!
Shakshuka may not be one of your classic go-to breakfast dishes right now, but after giving this recipe a try, you’ll quickly find out it should be. Shakshuka is a dish consisting of eggs poached in tomato sauce, and while there is some debate about its exact origins, it is typically considered to have originated from the historical Ottoman Empire with the more recent form coming from Tunisia.
This tangy, tasty dish is typically enjoyed for breakfast, but you can really have it any time you’re in the mood for a lovely egg recipe that’s easy to make. And feel free to get adventurous with some of your favorite spices. The recipe below can really be tailored for your preference. So, grab those Stargazer Cast Iron skillets, and let’s get to it!