Happy National Spaghetti Day! Did you know that Americans eat about 15.5 pounds of spaghetti per person each year? We are surprised it not actually more considering how delicious and easy spaghetti is! Spaghetti is a versatile dish and enjoyed by young and old alike. So celebrate today by making you favorite spaghetti dish, or trying this recipe below and Enjoy!
Do you find yourself stuck with a lot of leftovers from Christmas dinner? Not sure how to use them? It can be hard, you don’t want to eat the same thing days after the holiday, but you don’t want the food to go to waste. That’s why we are sharing some of our favorite recipes to use up those leftovers. These dishes will use your leftovers quickly and deliciously.
Baking Christmas cookies is a fun holiday tradition for a lot of families. You can make the cookies to give as gifts, to bring to holiday parties, leave out for Santa, or just for you to eat. It doesn’t matter why you are making cookies, it just matters that you have fun. Baking cookies is a great way to spend time with friends and family. It can however get a little boring making the same cookies all the time, so we have gathered some great cookie recipes, that might seem a little more like arts and crafts than just baking.
Happy National Gingerbread House Day! That’s right, gingerbread houses have their own national day, and we are here to explore why. Gingerbread actually has a long and religious history, but making houses probably came from the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel. Before making houses, gingerbread still had a decorative element, so house making quickly became an art. The art of Gingerbread houses now is a beloved holiday tradition, a 26 year old competition in North Carolina, and lead to Texas building the largest recorded Gingerbread house in 2013.
Sufganiyot are a very popular food for Hanukkah. These deep fried doughnuts are usually filled with jelly or jam and topped with powdered sugar. They can be filled with just about anything though, including chocolate or vanilla cream. These recipes are simple and delicious, your want to make them all!
Happy National Cookie Day! Today we are celebrating on of the tastiest and most versatile desserts. There are so many different types of cookies to enjoy, that it is hard to pick a favorite. To celebrate, we are sharing some of our favorite cookie recipes, so let’s get baking!
Babka has a history in many European countries. It is however mostly commonly associated with the Polish and Jewish. There are some differences between Jewish and Polish babka though. Polish babka usually has a fruit filling and is made in a babka pan, while Jewish babka often has chocolate or cinnamon inside and is made in a high loaf pan. This chocolate babka recipe is delicious any time of year, but you'll want to try in now.
Challah is usually eaten on ceremonial occasions such as holidays. Although it may be more related to other Jewish holidays, challah is often eaten during Hanukkah as well. Challah is fairly simple and can be made in one afternoon. The recipe below sweetens up the bread with some honey and a touch of vanilla. Give it a try this holiday season.
Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, starts next week. There are a lot of traditional foods eaten throughout the eight days, most of which are fried or baked in oil. One such popular dish is latkes. Latkes are commonly referred to as potato pancakes, but do not need to be made from potatoes. There are many different ways to make delicious latkes. Below are three recipes for you to try this year!
A classic Thanksgiving dinner usually consist of a turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and more. The classics are delicious, but what if you are tired of the old, don’t like turkey, or are vegetarian? We thought Thanksgiving could use a little spicing up, so we collect some recipes to try this year. These recipes add more flavor to normal dishes and give some alternatives to the classic turkey and pumpkin pie.