Ring in the New Year with a Hot Toddy

Hot Toddy

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Tis the season for a hot toddy! I absolutely love this classic warming cocktail and it’s the perfect nightcap for a day spent out in the snow.

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Can Taco Rice Actually Be a Japanese Dish?

Taco Rice

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While the name may sound like a Tex-Mex dish, taco rice is a specialty of the Okinawa region of Japan. As the name might imply, the dish consists of spicy taco meat covering a pile of rice, with cheese, tomatoes and lettuce on top. The meat, while seasoned with chili powder and cumin, also includes soy sauce and sake, giving it a sweeter, milder flavor than the taco meat in the US.

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Start Holiday Baking with Classic Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookies

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Have you finished all your holiday baking yet? Or, like me, are you just getting started? Well, there’s still time to whip out some perfect Christmas cookies for Santa next week!

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Shakshouka Makes Simple Food Look Amazing

Shakshouka

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The name may make you want to shout “gesundheit!”, but Shakshouka is not an onomatopoeia for a sneeze. It’s a Mediterranean dish with North African roots, made by poaching eggs in a tomato and pepper sauce. While I’d eat Shakshouka for any meal, I can’t think of a better way to start the day than to split open the soft poached eggs with a fork and dredging a piece of bread through the rich golden yolk, and tangy tomato sauce.

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Is Mashed Cauliflower Better Than Mashed Potatoes?

Mashed Cauliflower

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One of the best things about the holiday season is the abundance of really delicious food! I tend to belong to the camp of “everything in moderation”, but also know that it’s all too easy to gain a few extra pounds between Christmas and New Years. And though I loved mashed potatoes, this mashed cauliflower recipe makes it easy to eat healthy and get an extra serving of veggies in.

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10-Minute Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino

10-Minute Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino

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If you read my other blog, you know I’m all about wholesome, low-effort meals that taste great. It’s how I cook at home, and it’s especially true during the busy holiday season. This effortless pasta, made with a handful of ingredients, takes less than 10 minutes to make and is perfect as a first course or side dish.

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Kids Love These White Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels

White Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels

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Looking for a fun and easy holiday treat to make with your kids this weekend? Why not try these white chocolate-dipped pretzels instead of traditional cookies this year? The salty sweet combo of the pretzel and chocolate make for an absolutely addicting treat, and kids will love being in charge of dipping each pretzel into the melted chocolate.

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Include Edamame Crostini for a Healthier Option

Edamame Crostini

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For me, one of the highlights of the holiday season is the rich delicious food that I allow myself to indulge in before seeking redemption in the New Year. While it doesn’t hurt to give in to those holiday cravings from time to time, it’s easy to get carried away.

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