If you're looking for healthy meals that still taste amazing, Conshohocken’s Jessica DeLuise has the perfect options for your recipe book.
Make this bourbon-based nightcap when you're in the mood for a classic libation that's silky smooth and a delight to drink.
Wayne's Black Powder Tavern shares one cocktail recipe that's a riff on lemonade, and another that's creamy, dreamy, and peachy.
The Main Line hotspot, with locations in Haverford and Wayne, offers new interpretations on classic cocktails that can be made at home.
Want to switch up your happy hour drink? Try these signature cocktail recipes when you're in the mood for bold flavors and smooth sips.
The two refreshing drinks are ideal for the end of summer, thanks to flavor profiles that feature zesty limes and calming chamomile.
This double-layered sweet treat is also soy- and nut-free, with a taste that's incredibly indulgent and oh so chocolatey.
Stay cool this summer with smoothie bowl recipes from local restaurants that are surprisingly easy to make from the comfort of home.
The Bryn Mawr bakery shares how to make a healthy, indulgent treat that's studded with decadent dark chocolate and coconut.
These dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan cookies from a Main Line bakery are a delectable and guilt-free summer treat to make at home.
The spectacular sauce recipe transforms go-to noodles into unforgettable dishes that are even more incredible with a sprinkle of parmesan.
The Main Line eatery crafts a dish that embraces the region's mushroom legacy and soothes the soul on cool, crisp days.
This twist on the iconic New Orleans cocktail is perfect for celebrating Mardi Gras or simply kicking back on a Friday night at home.
No alcohol is needed for this blackberry-centric drink, which mixes blackberry shrub with lemon juice and club soda.
A holiday staple gets a modern, grownup twist with the addition of vodka, whiskey, cold brew coffee and a dash of nutmeg.
The rich, warming dish from HomeCooked in Paoli pleases with a blend of cheeses, lump crabmeat and a dash of Old Bay.
Give this brunch staple a festive twist in a few easy steps with the help of sparkling apple cider and a refreshing sprig of rosemary.
Swap your PSL for something a little stronger, thanks to this Phoenixville distillery, which pairs whiskey with pumpkin pie flavors.