Sandwiches are a great play option for game-day gatherings and good thing, because not only are they deliciously satisfying, they’re easy to prepare and serve. We’ve got two all-stars for you to try—one hot and one cold, both yummy.
Thanksgiving is one of those holidays where it’s probably not a great idea to surprise your family with new-fangled recipes and non-traditional menu. That’s because people are deeply connected to the tradition and familiar joy this holiday brings.
When you’re happily ensconced in the dog days of summer, you may wish it would never end. Long days are graced with gorgeous weather, the fresh-picked flavors of seasonal fruits and vegetables, and a seemingly endless offering of outdoor events and activities.
With 20 vitamins and minerals and loads of fiber in every serving, avocados are one of nature’s most amazing superfoods. They’re a great source of vitamins C, E, K and B-6 as well as riboflavin, niacin, magnesium, potassium and folate.
A thoughtful card and gift is great, but ask any dad what his dream Father’s Day would be and his likely response: spending the day doing the things he loves accompanied by all his favorite foods. It’s as simple as that!
There’s nothing like summer weekends (or better yet, vacation) jam-packed with a flurry of events and activities. Beautiful weather beckons us to parks, beaches, woods and trails for our favorite sports, gatherings and adventures and it just feels good to be outside.
It’s time for a little reality check. Although it may seem like only yesterday, it’s been four months since many of us were making New Year’s resolutions. If your resolve has fizzled out a bit, never fear.
After a long winter, life suddenly bursts forth in colorful buds and lush greenness. And while springtime brings its fair share of rainy days, it’s good to know those showers are preparing the earth for fresh blooms.
The holiday season means different things to different people, gathering with family and friends to celebrate customs and traditions. But you don’t have to look too hard to find a common thread in that beautiful seasonal tapestry. It’s food, of course.