It might not be often, but it happens frequently enough to be infuriating: having to toss out a pan of cake, a pot of sauce, or tray of cookies because of one simple misstep during cooking or baking. It just reminds us that everything do with cooking is so delicate! A dash too much of this or slightly too long cooking on that can ruin an entire meal. Why don’t we stop feeling bad about our ruined dinners, and pat ourselves on the back for creating culinary miracles almost perfectly every day?
During the holidays, one of the best and most enjoyable aspects is getting to enjoy time with your family and friends. This often includes preparing a meal for people with different food preferences, including those on a vegan diet. Here are three meal ideas that are completely plant-based, so any guests who are on a vegan diet have delicious options available.
A kale salad with a simple yet tasty dressing can be a great way to go. Slice or break up some kale in a bowl, cut up half
Looking for a new drink to serve this holiday season. Then this fall punch is just what the doctor ordered.
1/2 cup apple cider
1 cups hard cider
1 cup Sparkling Ice Crisp Apple
1/4 cup bourbon
1/4 cup lemon juice
Cinnamon sticks, for garnish
Cinnamon sugar rim, for garnish
Rim the glass with a lemon and dip into cinnamon sugar, set to the side.
Combine ciders, bourbon, Sparkling Ice Crisp Apple, and lemon juice
Fall is all about using as much fresh produce as you can for your meals. Whether you are a meat eater or vegetarian, there is plenty of room on your plate for produce. The following fruits and vegetables are in-season and readily available during the fall, offering you the opportunity to make seasonal dishes while also saving money by getting produce that is currently in season.
The first category of fresh produce to try in the fall is your fruit. There are a lot of fruits that are