In celebration of all things gustatory.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant known to support many areas of well-being, including immune health, brain health, skin health, and heart health. As a water-soluble vitamin, your body has not stored it for long, meaning that it is important to supplement or include vitamin C foods in your diet.
Our planet’s climate crisis is at the forefront of many people’s minds since David Attenborough’s latest documentary was released. I watched “A Life on our Planet” on Netflix a few weeks ago and it was brilliant. The realities of our planet’s degradation are bitter and terrifying, but Attenborough conveys a sense of hope and purpose; “there is a path to sustainability” he says. “We are all set to win this future.”
There are a lot of things that you can be able to do with your Christmas tree that people have been unable to consider. I know that this story is coming out past New Year's Day, so most people have pretty much tossed their old Christmas tree to the curb, but maybe you can consider this interesting advice that you might be able to take into consideration for next Christmas. Now, you have considered using a Christmas tree as a festive ornament and display of cheer, but have you ever considered the potential nutritional value that might be hidden your Christmas tree. I know anyone who read that last sentence and realize that my fancy words are implying you should use a tree as a food source will probably be thinking that this article was written by a madman with the kind of crazy dietary habits you would expect from a reality TV show. However, if you give me some time to explain in this writing, you will be able to see how a Christmas tree can be turned into a pretty good treat in a few different ways… ways that I've been tested by others and might make your Christmas tree more useful than you think…
There's nothing more nostalgic in the fall & winter than sipping on a nice mug of hot cocoa on a chilly day. It's a drink both sweet and rich that makes you feel cozy and at home no matter where you are. Not to mention, what cup of hot chocolate doesn't stir up wonderful memories of us as children sipping on a fresh mug of the good stuff after playing outside in the snow all day?
Growing up in my family pasta nights were always a big family event. Everyone would gather in the kitchen and participate in making spaghetti, and it is to this day a fond memory of mine. As I got older and started experiment more in the kitchen I found a love for garlic pasta. Several recipes that I had come across were complicated and required multiple steps. Most importantly I found that the recipes didn't allow for much substitution for allergies. So, I got to work on figuring out the perfect simple garlic pasta that is easy to make, and can be universal for all allergies.
Who doesn't love the taste of toffee and chocolate? And everyone knows the classic treat that's always the perfect combination of the two, tree bark. This is a recipe that my mother and I found the other day that gives you a new way to have those great tastes.
I REALLY love spicy foods. I swear I go through Sriracha sauce like its catsup. So, when I ended up with a block of tofu that a friend did not want to eat, I knew I needed to create a spicy sauce to make it less "boring white sponge" and more "Yummy! Can I have some more?"
Lasagna is a delicious Italian meal however often people don't have the time to put it together and look toward take-out or frozen. No matter what when you do have the time the best thing is to put a lasagna together yourself and freeze the leftover pieces.