With the holidays just around the corner, we wanted to share one of Laura's recipes. These make a great addition to a holiday party or cookie exchange. What is your favorite holiday cookie recipe? Share with us in the comments below!
I don't know about you, but when I was little my family and I would leave carrots on a plate out for the Easter Bunny the night before Easter. Then every Easter Sunday I'd wake up to find an empty plate and a Easter basket. I always found this to be a great tradition and I continue to honor it with my own children. However, instead of disposing of the Easter Bunny's carrots, I usually put them to good use and whip up a delicious side to go with Easter supper.
Less than 4 days until St. Patrick's day, folks! To celebrate the joyous occasion we wanted to share a traditional Irish soda bread recipe with you. This recipe is from Cooking Light's Global Kitchen cookbook, written by David Joachim, which features 150 nutrition-packed recipes from around the globe.
With Hanukkah just over a week away, we wanted to share a fun recipe that is sure to be a hit at your upcoming holiday party! We've swapped the potatoes for cauliflower in this dish, however, you could easily split the recipe to have half potatoes and half cauliflowers. The choice is yours!
With the holidays just around the corner, the MDIO kitchen has been buzzing with festive recipes. A recent idea we've been working on is feeding your guests who have food allergies/sensitivities or other food aversions. Therefore, we've whipped up a vegetarian, gluten-free, nut-free dish that is just as delicious as traditional stuffing!
Happy Rosh Hashanah! A Delicious Holiday Recipe
Rosh Hashanah has a number of delicious and traditional recipes. We did our research and found one that is both tasty and has a great message behind it. The use of apples and honey are a traditional food pairing served during Rosh Hashanah. It is believed that dipping apples in honey will bring a sweet new year. We love the symbolism and chose this recipe with the idea of having the kids join in on the preparation. So round up the kids, prepare this scrumptious dish together, and enjoy a Shana Tova (good year)!