Holiday traditions, from decorations to special food and drink, is what makes a holiday a holiday. One “tradition” that seems to go with Thanksgiving is leftovers. Turkey Day’s feast always seems to be larger than our appetite to consume it at
Cranberry sauce–I’m sure for some those words are enough to make you crawl out of your skin, especially the canned part. Yes, I’m talking about that congealed jelly log that seems to wiggle on the plate for at least a minute
July 13 was National French Fry Day. A holiday I certainly enjoy celebrating. It’s a great day to eat French fries and not feel guilty. It is reported that Americans on average consume from 16-20 pounds of French fries per year.
Toss those packets of jelly…into a jar! My first monthly segment on the Big Xtra Hour WAFB: Community – Chef Susanne Duplantis.
These muffins were brought as a treat for volunteers who were working the Louisiana Marathon. But, we were all too busy to snack and ended up with two bags of muffins that were headed to the trash. Loud Gasp! Which is
Leftover pie you say? Yes, Pie! The reason why I upped my workouts this week. Burning more calories means I can have more pie…doesn’t it?! Pie is something I can usually pass up other times of the year (except for
The day after Thanksgiving is still filled with food, family, and friends. Do you rush out the door to start shopping for Christmas or do you lay low and enjoy a day of football? I used to be one that
The New Year is here! Happy New Year! Black-eyed peas are just one of the traditional foods eaten in the South on New Years Day. It is usually accompanied by corned beef (for fortune) and cabbage (for wealth). In our
Christmas cookies! Our house is filled with a wonderful assortment of Christmas cookies. Some I made (I eat some and share some) and some were made for us. Isn’t it wonderful when your neighbor or friend stops by with a