If anyone knows me and my food habits, they know I love pasta and cheese. The duo is pure delight.
Everyone loves rainbows. They are so colorful and fun to seek out after a storm.
Most folks, including myself, make, break and mutate New Year’s resolutions by mid-January. You probably have either fallen off the wagon, gotten run over by it, or for those who set realistic goals, found ways to make it stick. My hat’s off to the latter group.
Running out of ideas for meal time? On those days, I usually surrender to an easy option and go for a baked potato.
One of my favorite flavors is lemon. Today my lemon choice is Lemon Curd Cookies fromrevereworld.com.
I’m not really a superstitious person, and I’m not a huge fan of the foods you have to eat to expect luck in the new year. But I do like traditions, so I often try to create a twist on traditional New Year’s Day foods.
Christmas sweets are as old as the yuletide season itself. Fruit cakes, sugar plums, eggnog, gingerbread and peppermint sticks all have their roots in family and cultural traditions stretching back to medieval days and beyond.
As I said before, I love holiday cooking shows. Recently, one of the judges talked about how her family in England has a tradition of eating sticky toffee pudding each year during Christmas.
As a dietitian, I often am asked about bone broth and how to make to it, where to buy it and why to include it in our daily meals.
No one ever said making Christmas cookies for the season was easy. There are many options and some have a long process to make.
One of my favorite candy flavors during the holiday season is peppermint and Peppermint Chocolate Cake is a delicious combination.
There are two cooking competition shows that are tops on my list. One is the “Great British Baking Show” on Netflix and the other is the “Holiday Baking Championship” on Food Network. A couple of this year’s Christmas bakes were inspired by those shows.
One of my most fond holiday memories was the year my family did not give traditional gifts to each other. Instead, we focused on being fully present.
I am not a fan of pumpkin pie. I freely admit that and know I am in the minority.
‘Tis the season for holiday baking. Peppermint is a great flavor to use to kick off the holidays and get even the biggest Scrooge into the holiday spirit.
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