I didn't see a food discussion thread here so many we could have one.
I'll share with you one of my favoured recipe. Cider candied chorizo.
Chorizos are a kind of iberian sausage with spices in them. Usually they are dried up, but that's not the ones you need here, you need fresh ones, like well sausages in their most common form.
You get like 2 of these per serving, you need a whole bottle of cider per frying pan (at least). You empty the bottle in the pan (because yeah) and let the chorizo cook in them slowly (very slowly). They must be full covered at first.
Because the cooking takes a lot of time (like 4 to 5 hours) you're not in a rush. Don't turn the first at max obviously, quite afar, you need to be delicate. Open all windows too because it's going to smell like a brewery in your place. Am not kidding, you'll get all drunks in the block under a dire charm with that. One in a while go turn the chorizo, the more they drink the cider the faster they get candied and that's where it'll get tricky, you'll have to turn them more and more often as the cider gets gone. If you don't, a bitter and unpleasant caramel will form and it's not quite tasty.
Once all the cider is gone they should be ready, if the chorizo's don't feel cooked enough to you taste you can cook them a little more, they'll keep their chorizo and cider taste.
There you go, complete with white beans, potatoes or anything similar and you're set.
Oh and again. DON'T FORGET THE WINDOWS. You don't want people to get drunk just breathing.