Fashionable Holiday Recipes From Style.com
The clothes-and-shoes types over at Style.com aren't exactly known for their eating habits (it's hard to reconcile a love for pork belly with the desire to wear a Leger bandage dress). But what the hell, it's the holidays, and so they've rounded up the favorite holiday dishes of various chic individuals.
The recipes range from the surprisingly lowbrow (Bungalow 8 owner Amy Sacco uses Knorr soup mix in her spinach dip) to the predictably highbrow — fashion designers Viktor + Rolfs Boerenkool Stamppot (Kale Hash) includes the direction "Please serve on Nymphenburg's Cumberland dinnerware and drink a lovely glass of Champagne."
To be fair, most of the individuals on the list aren't models, so I buy that they've got an interest in food outside its merely life-sustaining properties. But the two dishes that are from models — Iekeliene Stange's Dutch Pancakes With Gouda and Syrup and Jourdan Dunn's Bourbon Honey-Glazed Ham — are the two I'd be most psyched to see on a holiday party spread.
- Peter Som's Not Your Mother's Brussels Sprouts
- Iekeliene Stange's Dutch Pancakes With Gouda and Syrup
- Angela Missoni's Risotto With Zucchini Flowers
- Katie Lee Joel's Quiche With Broccoli, Peppers, and Goat Cheese
- Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren's Boerenkool Stamppot (Kale Hash)
- John Patrick's Roasted Autumn Vegetables
- Amy Sacco's Spinach Dip
- Vanessa Seward's Poulet Basquaise
- Jourdan Dunn's Bourbon Honey-Glazed Ham
- Doo-Ri Chung's Coq au Vin
- Candy Pratts Price's Blood Orange Mimosa
- Dylan Lauren's Birthday Party Sundae
- Carol Alt's Banana Trifle [shilling her ridiculous raw food cookbook –Ed.]
- Isaac Mizrahi's Banana Rum Coconut Layer Cake
- Garance Doré's Panna Cotta
- Clare Waight Keller's Ginger Biscuits
- Donna Karan's Green Juice