Sort through popular holiday drink options, including beer, wine, spirits, mixed drinks and cocktails, shooters, juices, mixers, punch, non-alcoholic drinks and eggnog. Make an informed decision for just about any drink that comes your way.
Serving roast turkey for Christmas dinner is a tradition for some Americans, but many of us find that it's just too soon after Thanksgiving to serve turkey again. This is why so many people turn to beef and pork roasts for Christmas dinner - and why we have 10 delicious diabetic-friendly roasts to consider for this year's feast.
This is a good dish during the holidays because it can be made to serve as many as needed. You can even wait until you count noses around the table before assembling the nests.
Combine chicken with lime and a medley of vegetables and herbs to enjoy an unusual soup that is healthy and satisfying. Although the underlying flavor is powered by the chicken, it is the lime juice that adds that decidedly south of the border taste.
Find out which fruits and vegetables are available through November and into December, plus how much is in a serving and what the nutritional info is to help make meal planning easier.
This year, turn those soon-to-be slumping pumpkins into homemade pumpkin puree and make a great snack by roasting the seeds.
While people are mostly thinking about all the sugar in the Halloween candy being handed out, there is another important question that they don't always know the answer to: Is it safe for people living with diabetes to drink alcohol?
You're going to love these Autumn-inspired diabetic recipes, which feature seasonal ingredients that you might find at your local farmers market right now.