Roll out the red carpet and polish that gold statue, because the 86th annual Academy Awards are this Sunday! Whether you’re hosting a viewing party, attending one or planning a quiet evening at home, you’ll need food. Lucky for you, we’ve got a list of recipes inspired by this year’s Best Picture nominees.
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Why spend $8–10 on bottled juice when you can make your own at home? Save time, money, the environment and calories by shopping for your own fruits and veggies and making your own juices. Many bottled juices are very high in sugar and low in dietary fiber. When you create your own blends at home, you have the ability to tailor your juice to your own specific dietary needs and to control the amount of added sugar by using more vegetables than fruit. Here are four of the Savorfull team’s favorite healthy juice recipes.
After four years’ worth of traditional “single-guy college Super Bowl parties” where my roommates and I would order a smorgasbord of buffalo wings, ribs, French fries, and onion rings, I’m ready to change things up. Rather than repeat with the same old snacks, why not cook for yourself? Luckily, I got “The Best Cookbook Ever” as a holiday gift. No really, that’s the title of the cookbook. Authors Eli and Max Sussman give some great recipes to change things up at your Super Bowl party this year. Here are a few of my favorites.
The dust of Christmas is starting to settle as we pick the last bits and pieces of wrapping paper off our floors to get ready for the New Year. Your floor might be clean, but I’m willing to bet there are still some big remnants of the holidays left in your fridge. Though you may be tired of heating up the same meal over and over again, it’s important to be mindful about not wasting food. Luckily, there are tons of creative ways to deliciously utilize the traditional Christmas dishes we’re all starting to get sick of.
It’s the holiday season and along with snow, reindeers and twinkle lights comes the holiday cookie swaps and parties. As much as you love bringing home dozens of cookies from work gift exchanges and holiday parties, there’s also a bit of pressure. You don’t want to bring the same type of cookies as everyone else; you want to stand out. But nothing too crazy – you want people to like them, after all.
For the vegetarians out there, we know how upsetting it can be when you get to a dinner party and cocktail hour consists of sliders and pigs in a blanket, followed by a salad with extra bacon bits (good luck picking those out) and a nice juicy roast beef as the main course. Looks like you’ll be filling up on mashed potatoes and dessert … again. Come prepared this year, whether you’re hosting or attending the party – here are some great vegetarian friendly recipes that will satisfy both the vegetarians and meat-eaters in attendance.
Halloween is just days away, and what better way to celebrate the sweetest time of year than with more sweets? Whether it’s for your kid’s classroom party, a work treat, or just because you’ve always wanted to be a mad food scientist, try your Doctor Frankenstein hand at these fun hybrid desserts!
It’s that time of year again; March Madness! Many people use basketball games as an excuse to throw a party. I’m here to dive into foods to serve while watching your favorite teams charge on to the Final Four.
Cooking in a slow cooker takes the hassle out of dinner, especially for those gone all day. Stop underestimating your slow cooker and start making great meals.
Ready for tailgating this fall? Are you really ready? Well, with this amazing stout beer chili recipe, you will be.