Halloween is one of the most popular events throughout the year, mainly because of the fun of creating costumes, decorating, and creating unique food items. If you are throwing a Halloween party this season, you will want to make sure you have plenty of holiday-related food on hand. Continue reading
Halloween is a fun and spooky holiday, perfect for holding parties with family and friends. Apart from costumes which are a key part of the holiday, Halloween recipes and sweet treats are another essential part of any Halloween get-together.
Whether you’re catering for a gaggle of excited children, or just adults who are young-at-heart, then there are plenty of brilliant Halloween recipes that will set up the perfect mood for your party! Continue reading
You can’t have a Halloween party without plenty of Halloween food for all the ghosts and ghouls attending, right? Fortunately whipping up a bunch Halloween food goodies for your crew couldn’t be easier. All you need is a little time, the right ingredients and, faster than a zombie can mumble “Brains”, you’ve got a Halloween food spread you can be proud of. Continue reading
Sometimes families fall into a habit of having the same special breakfast every holiday morning. It may be your favorite and your family enjoys it too, but there comes a time when you start thinking that maybe there is something else out there. It might not be a sudden decision to change up your breakfast, but just a little nudge.
You want breakfast to be filling, but not necessarily filled with fat, calories, and carbs. Breakfast casseroles are the answer to that problem. With an endless variety of foods to add to your eggs, you can let your imagination run wild while keeping tabs on the nutritional value. Any combination of foods you dream up, you can probably mix together to create a yummy and healthy breakfast casserole. Continue reading
Easter has been one of the most celebrated holidays for many centuries, as well as one of the most the most important dates in the Christian calendar. So important, that many people so don’t normally attend a church service do so that day.
No matter what people believe and how they choose to worship, most people take the opportunity to get together with family and friends as they enjoy a delicious Easter meal. You will find many of these food items on your dinner table on that special holiday. Continue reading
Now that slow cookers seem to have taken a priority spot in our kitchen, what do we do with all those recipes in our cookbooks and card files? I’ve often wondered if I could prepare at least some of those recipes in a slow cooker. I’ve done a fair amount of research and have come to the conclusion that there are recipes that will transition, but not all off them.
While we can just follow the numerous slow cooker cookbooks that are available now, that still leaves us with a number of index cards recipes that we don’t find in any cookbook. On top of that, apparently there are a few rules and adjustments that we have to make before we can be assured of a successful meal. That and a certain amount of trial and error can help us make a fairly smooth transition. Here’s what we need to consider: Continue reading
Easter means a lot to most families that I know and we choose to share the day by enjoying a special meal with our family and friends. Although many people celebrate Easter as a traditional religious day, others celebrate it as the arrival of spring.
Easter table decorations can help to mark this special occasion. The overall message is of new life and rebirth, and traditional Easter table decorations make use of bright spring colors to mark the time of the year. Here is a list of five main table decorations you may want to incorporate, and the ways in which they can convey that hopeful Easter message. Continue reading
Festive Holiday Hot Chocolate Recipe
Because it is the holiday season, I thought I would share a delicious homemade hot chocolate recipe with you. While you can certainly use canned whipped cream, fresh whip cream is recommended for best taste.
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Are you looking for a special breakfast casserole that will please your family, including visitors? We have a great dish we really believe you will like. No matter what time you and your family get up in the morning during the holidays, this breakfast food will hit the spot. Continue reading
Diabetics no longer have to give up dessert during the holidays. Sugar is no longer considered the culprit for those who have diabetes according to recent research. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) now considers the biggest dietary risk factor for type 2 diabetics as being overweight due to overeating. When diabetics eat smaller portions and factor in the carbs, they can enjoy an occasional after meal treat. Continue reading
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There is more than one way to do almost everything. This includes preparing the Thanksgiving turkey. We all know just how good a slow roasted turkey from the oven tastes. If you’re looking for something a little different this year, here are some other choices for creating a turkey wonder that’s a bit different from the norm, but just as tasty.
Barbequed Turkey – We put everything else on the grill, why not a turkey too? Grilling a turkey gives it a unique flavor and texture much like chicken parts grilled to perfection for a family outing. The difference is that here we are grilling an entire turkey at once. Instead of putting the turkey on the grill slats, it is placed in a baking pan over the flames. This way, the turkey can be basted and seasoned prior to and during the cooking process. As the turkey nears doneness, add your favorite sauce to it for an extra kick. Continue reading
Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, marks the anniversary of Mexico’s unanticipated victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Celebrated only as a regional holiday in Mexico, mostly in the state of Puebla and a few other areas, Cinco de Mayo is widely celebrated in the United States and other parts of the world as people honor their Mexican heritage with pride. Continue reading
Everyone enjoys a great holiday meal, and Easter is no exception. Nearly every family have their own special Easter recipes that have been gathered over the years, often handed down through the generations. As family and friends gather to attend Sunrise service with breakfast following, or for a special meal after the Sunday service, all eyes are on the meal prepared from special Easter recipes. Continue reading
In the United States the 4th of July, also known as Independence Day, is the day we celebrate our freedom from the British after a long struggle and the loss of many lives. All over the U.S. and across the world, American citizens show their love for their country with parades, fireworks, and food. Most themes tie in the colors of red, white, and blue – the colors of our country’s flag. Continue reading