Saturday is National Drink Wine Day. Have you decorated your Drink Wine Day tree? Put up your Drink Wine Day lights? Practiced your Drink Wine Day carols? Mailed your Drink Wine Day cards? If you haven't, we pulled together some of our favorite recipes featuring God's gift to potable liquids. What time should we come over?
On holidays, it's totally okay to have some wine with your grapefuit for breakfast. A Grapefruit White Wine Spritzer can be as tame or as turnt up as you want to make it—just vary the amount of club soda spritz to your taste.
Dry white wine replaces tequila in this citrusy punch. For parties, mix it ahead of time and keep it in the fridge.
Grand Marnier and Pernod give an extra boost to Spiced Orange Wine. You’ll want to make this the day ahead to infuse the orange zest into the wine. It’s so worth the wait!
These little shooters have real fruit, which makes them healthy, right? Wine Jello Minis combine plain gelatin with a couple of yummy sweet wines. The fresh fruit can take center stage without the artificial colors and flavors of typical shooters.
It's impossible to go wrong with bacon and wine. Skillet Chicken with Bacon & White Wine Sauce is a delicious blend of flavors sautéed, baked and basted with a rich, savory reduction.
A handful of simple ingredients and an easy sauce combine to make Roasted Salmon with White Wine Sauce a savory main dish that will please everyone at your table. And it uses just one cup of wine. What to do with the rest of the bottle? What, indeed!
After simmering all day in the crockpot with broth, wine, veggies, herbs and tomato sauce, the lamb will practically fall off the bone!
Beef stew is a classic American comfort food. Add wine and it becomes downright continental! Beef Stew with Red Wine & Carrots combines the best of your grandmother’s beef stew with sophisticated surprises such as cognac and orange zest.
Take the cupcake craze a step beyond the ordinary with Zinfandel Wine Cupcakes! Red wine and chocolate have long been a favorite combo, and this recipe makes it happen beginning with a boxed cake mix. Zinfandel is baked into the cakes and whipped into the frosting!
This beautiful dessert is well worth the effort and makes an amazing presentation for a special occasion! Pear Tarte Tatin with Red Wine Caramel starts with prepared puff pastry and is a most elegant alternative to apple pie with its red wine reduction.
Yogurt's good, but yogurt with wine is better. Orange and Yogurt Parfaits with Red Wine Caramel make a low-fat alternative to ice cream with fresh fruit, toasted nuts and mint. So, go ahead and indulge with the red wine caramel!