A bowl of soup is as comforting as a well-loved sweater. And it’s easy to make your own mouth-watering healthy soups; just follow these 7 secrets!
Whatever the reason, this year’s list is more practical than in years past; focusing more on comfort foods and inspiring stories and less on “things.” May your holidays be filled with warmth.
There are other food enhancers out there, like herbs and spices, that will take your red sauce or steak from flat to fantastic with just a few sprinkles – and won’t leave you bloated from too much salt.
What should you keep in your kitchen pantry in case of emergency?
Do you have enough food in the house to withstand a quarantine?
Stock your pantry with these foods to get through a natural disaster or coronavirus quarantine.
Find the perfect gift for all the cooks on your list.
Get your favorite food preserver a magazine subscription or a new cookbook.
Canning Journals, out-of-print books, and limited-edition jars are fantastic gifts for cooking and preserving hobbyists.
- Preparing hard winter squash can be downright dangerous if you are attacking it with a sharp knife! There are some easy ways to avoid a trip to the emergency room though.
- Squashes, one of the few native American foods, are worth the extra effort. Not only are they tasty, all parts are useful and nutritious too.
- Winter squash can be prepared hundreds of ways; everything from stuffed to pickled and savory to sweet.