Monthly Archives: November 2015

  • Ditch the Pre-Made Sides for Thanksgiving

    Ditch the Pre-Made Sides for Thanksgiving

    While all talk is typically turkey, Thanksgiving sides should never be pushed to the … well, side. This is a special meal, so resist the temptation of easy canned, bagged, and store-made sides in favor of whipping up your own.

    You can prepare delicious, homemade sides that complement your meal without spending a lot of money or extra time in the kitchen. If there’s a downside, it’s that your guests may enjoy these recipes so much that you’ll end up with a lot of leftover bird.

  • Ten Recipes to Know Before You're 30

    Ten Recipes to Know Before You're 30

    In the years leading up to our 30s, most of us experience some pretty major life changes. But along the way, there’s always one constant: food. Even if you don’t plan on auditioning for Top Chef any time soon, it’s still a good idea to master recipes that will keep you happy and healthy and, on occasion, impress your family and friends. If you’re already 30, don’t fret, it’s never too late to learn! We’ve collected ten recipes to cover your daily meals and given you two options for each. Casual recipes are quick meals for you (and maybe a friend, if you feel like sharing) and fancy meals that are simple yet sophisticated for when you’re expecting company. Enjoy!

  • Meet the Peppers – It’s National Pepper Month

    Meet the Peppers – It’s National Pepper Month

    November may seem like it’s all about the turkey, fixings and pie, but it’s also National Pepper Month! While peppers don’t have a traditional place at the Thanksgiving table, they are a great vegetable to incorporate a bit of freshness and flavor into your diet leading up to the heavy-eating holidays. (OK, technically peppers are a fruit, but they’re commonly categorized as a vegetable.)

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