2/19/19 O&A NYC DINNER FOR TWO: Creamy Garlic Scallops Spaghetti With Bacon

Creamy Garlic Scallops Spaghetti with Bacon is an ideal choice for a romantic dinner for two or at any time of the year you want to pamper yourself or a special person. Ready in well under 30 minutes, this quick & easy meal that’s sure to impress while keep your focus on your guest(s). Continue reading

1/26/19 O&A NYC GAME DAY WINGS: Baked Sticky General Tso’s Chicken Wings

Super Bowl and chicken wings go together like football shoulder pads and tight pants. With the game just one week away these sweet and spicy General Tso Sticky Wings are an instant touchdown. Continue reading

12/31/18 O&A NYC FOOD/HOLIDAY BRUNCH: Salted Caramel Banana Bread

Salted Caramel Banana Bread is drizzled and stuffed with caramel! This banana bread is decadent enough for dessert, but we’re still all for eating a slice or two for breakfast.  Continue reading

12/30/18 O&A NYC FOOD/HOLIDAY BRUNCH: Crab Cake Poppers

Crab Cakes Poppers are a mouth-watering holiday treat you won’t be able to stop eating. Continue reading

12/29/18 O&A NYC BRING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH STYLE: The Classic Bellini

The Bellini originating in Venice, Italy, the Bellini is a deliciously refreshing cocktail made with fresh white peach purée and chilled Prosecco. Continue reading

12/29/18 O&A NYC FOOD/HOLIDAY BRUNCH IDEAS: Stovetop Roasted Pears with Dulce de Leche

Stovetop Roasted Pears with Dulce de Leche is an easy holiday treat. All you need are two ingredients to make the homemade dulce de leche. You can top these pears with the decadent mixture or eat it with a spoon.

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12/28/18 O&A NYC FOOD/HOLIDAY BRUNCH: Shrimp And Goat Cheese Tarts

Shrimp and Goat Cheese Tarts! An elegant and delicious appetizer for any party. Puff pastry rounds topped with tomatoes, feta, and tomatoes. Simple yet so delicious! Continue reading

12/26/18 O&A NYC BRING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH STYLE: Champagne Jelly Flutes

The secret to keeping the floating bubbles in these champagne jellies is making sure your liquids are very cold, and cooling the mixture quickly so that the gelatin sets before the bubbles dissolve. Inserting the raspberry creates more bubbles, as the trapped gasses move around before the jellies are fully set. The result is a dramatic and festive sparkling treat best scooped with a spoon. … Continue reading