I have never been impressed by homemade tomato sauce. It always tends to be watery and tasteless to me. That is until I came across a recipe from the website RecipeThis.com. It was the first time I was extremely impressed with a homemade tomato sauce.
Looking for a stress-free and undeniably delicious snack for your family game night? Want to surprise a special person you haven’t seen in a while with a gift delivery? Or do you simply want to kick grandma’s recipes up a notch this year? The solution is simple: cheese. Not just any cheese; awesome cheese.
Sherry is a classic wine that’s been around for hundreds of years, yet is recently receiving renewed interest among people of all ages and is being embraced in new and inventive ways. Sherry isn’t just great for sipping — it has loads of potential as a cocktail ingredient and more, making it a wonderful option for winter celebrations.
…Stress and unhealthy eating associated with seasonal celebrations are paired with colder weather that makes many people want to curl up inside with a blanket…
Whether you are looking for a kosher martini or an alcohol-free New Year, we have you covered. Try these four holiday drinks and get your party started!
Navigating the holidays can be stressful, but when it is a family member’s first holiday on a vegetarian or plant-based diet, ensuring they are included in the customary meals can add another layer of stress. Vegan and plant-based diets are on the rise, so there are plenty of options for food substitutions and ways to include your family members.
Tired of the same old roasted turkey and stuffing? Give your guests a surprise with this Asian twist.
Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday that lands somewhere between November 28th and December 26th. Jews follow a lunar calendar instead of the common solar calendar, so the date changes every year. Because of its proximity to Christmas, the holiday has grown in popularity and importance with gift-giving (a more American tradition), games, songs, and, of course, food.
The origins of the Shepherd’s Pie date back to the 1700s and are often synonymous with Irish heritage. The traditional Irish recipe uses lamb or mutton, but when made with other various ground red meats, most often beef, it is referred to as Cottage Pie.