I like the idea of the overnight breakfast casserole for Christmas morning, but sometimes that's just too much food for a small group.
Recently, friends and I were musing about holiday parties, how many there were in the past and so few now. None of us has big ones anymore. They have become so expensive, we all agreed. And can be stressful.
“For Hanukkah, we have latkes. But Christmas is an important holiday for Jews. Let's harness the knish for its power to harken back to what's great about being a Jew. It's about not feeling left out."
What's for dinner?
I know. Loaded question! Despite such an interest in home cooking and food, I often find myself asking that question and feeling panicked about having nothing especially exciting to whip up when I get home from work or working out. And by then it's already dark out … and I'm tired … …
BOOK: In 2010, actor Alan Cumming appeared in an episode of the British BBC TV series Who Do You Think You Are?, which helps celebrities explore their ancestry. As the title of his memoir suggests, what Cumming learned left him understandably shocked, confused and skeptical of the new narrative suddenly imposed …
Mon | Meatless meal
Open-Face Roasted Veggie Melts pair amiably with steaming mugs of tomato soup. For the veggies, coat strips of red pepper and slices of portobello mushrooms with olive oil and season with coarse salt. Place in a single layer on a baking sheet and roast for about 20 minutes …
There are cookies and then there are Black Mountain Cookies, also known as MRCs, meal replacement cookies.
Winter calls for savory roasts that fill our homes with luscious aromas that promise a comforting meal to bring the family together. The problem for the healthy eater is that most roasts get their flavor from silky (and very saturated) fat marbling.
A bar cookie is the answer for our hectic times.
How do I love Dipped Gingersnaps? Let me count the ways.