When Jeremy & Abi Solin step into the sugar shack on their family’s, Tapped, Maple, Syrup operation, they continue a centuries-old tradition.
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.
…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…
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.
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.
Sour cream raisin pie rose out of a different era, when ingredients were difficult to get and money was tight. Developed during World War II, this practical but delicious pie uses common pantry items. Enjoy a little nostalgia as you whip up this traditional favorite.
Ending a stressful week by grabbing fried rice take out, complete with chopsticks and a movie became a favorite Friday night tradition. The fried rice turned into a delicious comfort food that would help me to relax and enjoy the jump-start to my weekend at home.
Cashews are used to make everything from coffee creamer to whip topping to cheese; yes, even mayonnaise! The keys to this recipe are a little preparation and trusting your taste buds.