With its autumn orange, this basic pumpkin soup adds color and nutrition to your diet.
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Here is the ultimate guide to planning a healthy, happy Thanksgiving. From turkey selection and meal planning, to prep work and tips to make life easier on Thanksgiving day.
What could make a more delectable (and appropriate) seasonal meal on a chilly autumn night than a bowl of hearty pumpkin soup?
Eating the right foods to control your blood sugar means being prepared and planning ahead. If you choose wisely and watch how much you eat at a buffet, you can have a delicious meal and feel good too.
Eating well from now until Christmas is as important as gift giving. To make sitting down to nice dinners easy, try these speedy, healthy dishes.
Treating Mom to a special home-cooked breakfast is a great opportunity to create family teamwork. These oatmeal pancakes are not only delicious but healthy, too, and their preparation is no more time-consuming than more standard fare.
Here in the States, Cinco de Mayo has become a day to celebrate Latino culture. And in America, culture, of course, means food. Learn about a good way to start a celebration of Cinco de Mayo and the cuisine of Mexico.
Along with pastel-colored eggs and baskets of goodies, Easter in America has always meant ham. But aside from upholding tradition, there are other reasons for making ham the centerpiece of your holiday table.
On St. Patrick’s Day, the air will be rich with the aromas of cabbage, corned beef, crusty Irish soda bread and perhaps a stew studded with potatoes and carrots. These traditional Irish dishes, nostalgically enjoyed by Irish-Americans and other Americans feeling Irish for the day, are a far cry from what is on many Irish tables today.
It can be fun to get into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. Some, of course, go the whole route with dyed green food, from beer to bagels, but you don’t need to resort to dyes to find delicious, healthy green foods.
Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw once said, “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” And in recent years, the cooks in Ireland have begun to agree with him. Cooking has enjoyed a major renaissance in Ireland and fine dining now is the rule, rather than the exception.
If you think food that celebrates St. Patrick’s Day means corned beef and cabbage with boiled potatoes, it’s time to update your thinking about Irish cooking.
For Valentine’s Day, I have moved from producing elaborate candlelight dinners to sharing simpler culinary seductions. This year, honoring the tradition of red for romance, I am making a less-traditional fruit-based dish.
Each Thanksgiving I offer the same timesaving advice: Roast a turkey breast rather than a full bird. Roasting a smaller breast yields the same amount of meat as a larger bird, and is far easier to handle.
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