A great chili recipe will warm both body and soul. A memorable chili recipe achieves a lauded stature based on its ability to stand the test of time, returning to our tables season after season when the temperature cools.
This year, Halloween most likely will look different than other years. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun at home. Turn on “Hocus Pocus,” put on your comfiest costume and get ready to munch on these sweet treats. Because this year has been tough enough, we chose treats that are Pinterest-pretty without the hassle.
The accompanying recipes, starting with this honey-glazed salmon, are designed to address a specific habit that can help you make a shift toward eating better in a way that is so simple and pleasurable it will feel good to go there.
1. Whisk together sugars, flour, salt and spices. Set aside. 2. Beat the pumpkin, evaporated milk and eggs. 3. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and beat until combined. 4. Place filling, covered, in the fridge while you prepare the crust. Chill for at least 30 minutes, though it’s best made a day in advance.
Every year, I volunteer to bring a few dishes to take to my family’s Thanksgiving celebration, and every year, I find myself feverishly scrolling through Pinterest to find something new and better to make than what I showed up with the previous year.
I’m someone who always says she’s not that interested in art. But that’s actually a lie. Maybe I don’t know a valuable piece of art when I see one and maybe I don’t find art museums particularly enthralling, but I definitely value the arts. Art extends way beyond paintings and sculptures.
The holidays are a time to get together with family and friends. And any time there’s a get-together, it’s always better with food. Bring these appetizers to your next holiday shindig, and they’ll be the hit of the party.