'Entertaining / Parties'
Don’t panic! Check out these last minute DIY food gifts, some are a bit more kitschy than others but hey, that’s what you get when you procrastinate…
Thanks to the culinary team at Chef Works, the world’s leading supplier of culinary apparel for professional chefs and home cooks alike, for developing the following “how-to” for …[more...]
“On Thanksgiving Day, all over America, families sit down to dinner at the same moment — halftime.” ~author unknown
I found this article in the New York Times fascinating. They provided 50 dishes with recipes from the 50 states + DC and Puerto Rico…the United States of Thanksgiving. Let’s see.
I grew up in Ohio…OMG…English Peas …[more...]
If you’re in Tucson silently praying or chanting for rain, here are some other things to do involving food and spirits around the July 4th weekend.
While many restaurants are closed, not all of them are so be sure to call first.
Here are a few of my favorites that are open:
Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails
Yep, it’s …
The April Daring Baker’s Challenge was hosted by Wolf of Wolf’s Den . She challenged us to Spring into our kitchens and make Easter breads reflecting cultures around the world.
We actually don’t do a whole lot for Easter–in fact, this year we did absolutely nothing as family members had other engagements and we’d just spent the previous day banging …[more...]
This time, last year, I was just getting started down the Low-FODMAP road, trying to see how it might help (or not) my IBS. Considering it was the holidays, I was a little bummed about missing out on holiday goodies and picked up a copy of the Favorite Brand Name 3-in-1 Gluten-Free Cookbook at an overstock shop just to give …[more...]
The day after excess (Thanksgiving) is the day to start eating and drinking cleanly. There is no better time than to adopt a green smoothie into your meal plan.
So what is a green smoothie? It’s a mix of fruits, spices, and something green such as greens from radishes, beets, kale, spinach, chard, celery, cabbage, etc.
I was …[more...]
Thanksgivingukkah is not really a Hallmark holiday nor is it imprinted on my calendar and that’s a darn shame because it’s a once in a lifetime holiday and the next Thanksgivingukkah doesn’t come around for another 70,000 years.
It’s when Thanksgiving and Hanukkah collide. The first night of Hanukkah starts …[more...]