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.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
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.
Merry Christmas, friends! Are you rushing about here and there, putting the polish on all your holiday preparations? I know it always feels like there isn’t enough time in the month of December.
Canning jars are not only used for preserves and pickles, they are also used for crafts and as containers for gifts of food and mixes of ingredients for baked items and soups.
Well folks, it’s that time of year when (in most cases) we cooks are planning festive meals. Thanksgiving may be over, but we’re still in holiday mode.
If your family is like mine, sweets have an honored place in our holiday traditions. Everyone looks forward to their special favorites, and I am happy to comply, but I also enjoy trying new recipes.
Nibbles, noshes, kibbles and bits, snackies, appetizers, whatever you want to call them, they are good, especially when you are hungry for food!