Stay strong! Spring is mere weeks away. To make sure you make it through the end of winter both healthy and unscathed, we’ve rounded up a few immunity-boosting, healing elixirs and tonics to get you ready for the sun and outdoor fun ahead. Check out the recipes below!
February is National Heart Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing some heart-healthy takes on our go-to winter food: Soup! It’s comforting, versatile, and so easy to make. Whip up a big pot of Garlic Broth and bring it to a sick friend in need or keep a pot of Tomato Barley Soup simmering on the stove for a help-yourself kind of dinner. Not only can these recipes be made in advance, they are good for you and are an easy way to feed the whole family.
Gray winter days starting to get you down? Soothe your winter sorrows with one of these belly-warming comfort foods. From a super-creamy mac-and-cheese to an all-in-one casserole that is perfect for a cold winter night, each of these recipes will warm you from the inside out. Now, get cooking — spring will be here before you know it.
Now that the Texas winter is here, nothing warms your toes better than a big red wine. I’ve got a couple of fun finds for all you red wine fans — and white wine fans, I’ve got you covered, too!
Sous vide, or “under vacuum” in French, means the food is vacuum-sealed in a plastic pouch and then placed in a water bath at a regulated temperature. The result is a fantastically tender meat that retains moisture on the inside and isn’t overcooked on the outside.
Okay, the title was a warning. This is not about a 98 rated Robert Parker wine that I found at HEB for $10! Gratitude is always a good thing, and on a rainy, grey day when you have it, you need to appreciate it. Boots are my thing…always have been. I was a card carrying […]