Once, the only roasted vegetables most people made were potatoes, either nestled next to a chicken, set in a pan under a rack holding a leg of lamb (as the French do), or scattered around a hefty rib roast.
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Two of the things people worry about during the holiday season: too much food and too much entertaining, especially when it requires time-consuming extras like hors d’oeuvres.
Wine makes a great holiday gift. It’s portable. It’s festive. It’s timely, with people entertaining more during the holiday season. Since many people worry about selecting just the right gift wine, here are a few guidelines.
Roasting vegetables on an outdoor grill is a treat in the summer, but they are also sensational oven-roasted as a side dish for holiday meals.
For many people, leftovers are the whole point of Thanksgiving. Extra-large turkeys are often roasted so there’s plenty to eat over the coming weekend as sandwiches, hash, salad, fajitas, or even curry.
This is the time of year all Americans become New Englanders. This updated New England Dinner provides more food and fewer calories than the traditional version, and it’s a great way to pay tribute to New England this time of year.
Kids with diabetes face a challenge on Halloween: what to do with all the candy. While their friends are busy consuming their trick-or-treat booty, kids with diabetes must be more careful.
Hors d’oeurve, or as we usually spell and say it, hors d’oeuvres,are small portions of food served before a meal to accompany drinks, alchoholic or otherwise. In the United States, we tend to use the term hors d’oeuvre interchangeably with appetizer.
Whether purchasing a fresh or frozen turkey, consumers can be confident they are buying a quality product. The decision of which to purchase is based on personal preference in price and convenience. Oven-ready fresh and frozen birds are tucked into snug, air and water resistant plastic wraps immediately following processing. Air is removed as bags are sealed and shrunk so they fit the turkey almost as tightly as its own skin.
Lots of people make mistakes on Thanksgiving when it comes to the safety of their food. Take a look at this article for a look at how you can keep yourself, and your family and friends, safe this year!
Learn how to roast the perfect turkey – this is a very helpful lesson for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or anytime!
What is the safe temperature when cooking turkey? Find out here! Plus, check out our special Thanksgiving food and cooking section dedicated to diabetics!
What is the shelf life of turkey? Find out here! Plus, check out our special Thanksgiving food and cooking section chock full of recipes, tips, advice, and more!
Advice about storing turkey safely – this is a very helpful guide for Thanksgiving!
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