Every holiday has food traditions, some of these traditions aren't the healthiest options. For those who wish to celebrate, but also want to stay health, here are a few options for a healthier Hanukkah.
Beer Braised Brisket
Roasted Root Vegetables
It may be winter, the days may be short and snowy, but in my mind palm trees sway in make-believe breezes, an imaginary calypso band plays steel drums as I dig my toes into the warm powder-pink sand.
Whether your Holidays have you snow-bound or headed south it's easy and fun to bring a bit of tropics to a holiday meal or two this season.
Tropical Christmas Decorating -
Tropical holiday decorations can be traditional red and green or blue and silver or they can be a riot of hot tropical reds yellows and oranges or cool Caribbean shades of blues, turquoise and coral. Pick you palette and buy ribbons and bows to match. Your tree could be a small potted palm, a retro metallic silver artificial tree or a traditional Christmas tree or Chanukah bush. String your tree with tiny white lights and add accent in you color palette. Look for unusual ways to extend your theme - maybe garland of wire-wrapped sea glass strung with sand dollars and starfish or crab-pot buoys and toy boats. Let you imagination run wild.
Casual is King
Recipes for a Traditional Camping or RVing Christmas
Camping doesn't mean you can't cook a great holiday dinner from your campsite. This menu can be cooked in an RV kitchen or over an open campfire. With a little imagination and flexibility this may become your favorite way to celebrate the holidays.
Apple Brie & Pistachio Salad baby greens mixed with apples, pistachios and warm honey-baked brie
Hot Crab Dip lump blue crab baked with savory mix of cheeses & served with crackers and tortilla chips
Citrus Brined Turkey Breast stuffed with pineapples and apples
Twice Baked Potato Casserole infused with garlic, horseradish and blue cheese
Roasted Yams & Apples with brown sugar and pecan crust
Green Beans tossed with orange and honey
Fried Corn pan roasted, butter caramelized sweet corn
How to Make Cioppino
Cioppino is an amazing dinner dish. It combines the flavors of tomatoes and seafood in am amazing soup. Here is an excellent recipe that anyone can make, and it is the perfect opportunity to enjoy some delicious seafood.
Celebrate Alaskan Seafood Feast
The icy waters of Alaska are rich in all types of seafood. The bounty of Alaska's seafood industry is an important part of the state's economy and a blessing to seafood lovers worldwide. Alaska's pristine waters are home to a wide variety of seafood - from wild caught Copper River salmon to succulent Prince Edward Sound shrimp to Aleutian King Crab.
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