Layer on the fun with easy-to-make Treat Pops
If you’re looking for a standout dessert for the next family gathering, birthday party or holiday celebration, look no further. Easy to make and fun to eat, Treat Pops offer a new twist on sweet treats and add a pop of color to any occasion.
Clever alternatives to classical dyed Easter eggs
Easter is a time when Christian families gather to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Religious customs abound on Easter, but a number of secular traditions have emerged as well.
Pack your Easter basket full of sweet treats
Spring into action and surprise guests at your Easter gathering with eggcellent desserts and treats. From pastel-colored cakes to homemade kid-friendly candies, Wilton has simple ideas to brighten any holiday table and help you make delicious sweet treats that will have your guests hunting for more.
Easy Easter brunch with a pantry punch
The ingredients for an easy weekend breakfast or a special Easter brunch may be in your pantry right now. Holidays are the perfect time to sprinkle additional creativity or fresh new thinking into meals for family and friends and — by using staples like pancake mix, syrup and instant mashed potatoes in unexpected ways — you can craft new and delicious dishes sure to make everyone smile.
Brew your own beer for a celebratory treat
Beer enthusiasts know that sometimes finding the right brew can be a labor of love. While there are mass-produced commercial beers ranging from the palest ales to the richest stouts and a bevy of independent, small-scale bottlers, finding the right fit can still be difficult. However, there is something to be said for a beer that is constructed to perfectly fit an individual’s palate.
Identifying Flaws and Faults in Wine
Sniff, swirl, sip. Whether at home or at a restaurant, analyzing wine is a fairly straightforward process. And when you stick your nose in a glass of wine, you’ll typically encounter pleasant aromas like fruits, flowers and spices. Sometimes, though, a wine will seem off.
Bronze, don’t blacken, that chicken
“My advice to people at home is bronzing rather that blackening,” says Paul Prudhomme. “This avoids the smoke and the risk of handling a red-hot skillet while still achieving an excellent result.”
Make Jewish cuisine part of your Passover celebration
Passover is a Jewish festival that commemorates the story of Exodus. In that story, ancient Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt, and men, women and children of Jewish heritage celebrated that liberation during Passover, a seven- or eight-day festival that is one of the more widely observed Jewish holidays.
New ways to trick your tummy to feel full on less
Researchers are uncovering new ways to trick your tummy so you eat less at meals.
Nutrition scientists at Pennsylvania State University have shown that people who eat a broth-based bowl of vegetable soup; a large, low-calorie, lettuce-based salad; or an apple before a meal consume about 110 to 190 fewer calories at the meal, including the calories in that first course.
Valentine’s Day dinner from the Made in Oklahoma Coalition
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and whether you’re planning a night in with good friends or a romantic evening at home with your lovebird, Made in Oklahoma Coalition offers three recipes that are sure to impress.
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