The Magnolia blog has posted some incredible fare from the winter 2019 issue of The Magnolia Journal.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
January 15, 2020
Credit: Photography by Blaine Moats / Food Styling by Charles Worthington /Prop Styling by Scott J. Johnson

Love Joanna Gaines? Then you probably will love her magazine, The Magnolia Journal (fun fact: It's a sister publication to Southern Living!).  If you don't already subscribe, the winter edition is filled with lifestyle, home, and food articles to infuse your life with more balance, joy, and, tasty food.

This issue, we're particularly swooning over the featured recipes and with the rush of holiday feasts behind us, we're looking forward to cooking some easy, nourishing recipes at home. Thankfully, the Magnolia blog was kind enough to share five recipes from the new issue online, and we can't wait to get started in the kitchen.

"We’ll always be fans of recipes that utilize simple, interchangeable ingredients that won’t keep you in the kitchen all day or night—the kind you want to have on hand for any occasion, whether it’s a simple meal at home with family or a casual get-together with friends," the header note to the grouping of recipes reads. "These recipes give you the freedom to focus on the people seated around your table—and the really good food in front of you!"

In the post, fans can get the recipes for baked brie in puff pastry and spiced nuts (both pictured above), along with fruit and prosciutto wraps, cheesy garlic bread, and citrus with lemon cream. Some savory, some sweet, all mouthwatering. Personally, we think that baked brie will be making its way to our dinner table tonight. With easy-to-find ingredients and straightforward instructions, it's safe to say all of these items will become go-tos in our weekly menu planning.

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What's your favorite recipe to cook this time of year? Do you have any signature dishes you love serving in January and February?

Share with us, we'd love to hear them.