Feb. 19 is National Chocolate Mint Day. I think that’s worth celebrating, even if you are somewhat tired of sweets because of Valentine’s Day. People give and eat a lot of candy on that day.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
Pudding has a special, comfort-food appeal for many of us. We can make our own pudding from scratch or we can make it from a cook-and-serve or instant mix. We can even buy it already made.
I will admit I am not a big fan of peanut butter, but there are times when I eat it and enjoy it (just not very often).
I wanted to recognize that Valentine’s Day will soon be here, but got to thinking that recipes for sweets might be a little too common.
Even though I am not a number one fan of most meats, there are still times when I get a craving for roasts.
Do you need a break from the rush of holiday cooking? I sure do. I spent most of the holidays in the kitchen preparing appetizers, meals, desserts and beverages.
A lot of people will gather for New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day, and one thing is for sure: people love to snack.