If you're remotely like me, you may have a touch of cabin fever. Funny, when I could go anywhere, I just wanted to be home. Now that I'm supposed to stay put, I'm beginning to obsess about places I suddenly have a hankering to go. And we will be moving around again. But for now, we're limiting social congregation for the good of everyone. In response, the places where we did much of it -- restaurants -- have had to be quick studies.
There is only one type of bread our child with allergies can safely eat, so when COVID panic began setting in and grocery store shelves began to empty, I knew that it was only a matter of time before I'd need to begin making our own bread for daily use.
With a lot of parents facing the challenge of keeping housebound kids happy and healthy, this is the perfect time to teach kids the basics of nutrition and eating right.
We have all had a lot thrown at us in the past week or so. Each family is making temporary adjustments. Some are now working from home for a while; others unexpectedly have the kids home from school. For all of us who anticipate being "at the house" more than usual, that means having extra food on hand.
If your family struggles to make meal time happen, try creating kid-friendly recipes that bring everyone together at the table.
If coordinating schedules to gather the family around the dinner table is a victory in its own right, finding enough time to prepare a well-rounded, flavorful meal may just be a medal-worthy accomplishment.
Make your next family meal quick and tasty with a recipe that calls for common ingredients and simple preparation.
When you need a breakfast to feed a large group, this biscuit-sausage mushroom casserole is a perfect option.
On the shelf of a decorative tabletop cabinet at home sits a tiny porcelain replica of an Irish cottage. With its thatched roof and white-washed walls, it sits atop the lid of a small oval box designed to hold some miniature treasure.
One of the things that is really difficult about having food allergies is the fact that they make eating out less enjoyable and relaxing.
In honor of the day when everyone is Irish, welcome family and friends to a traditional St. Patrick's Day lunch with this Reuben sandwich recipe.
St. Patrick's Day may call to mind hearty meals and pots o' gold, but that doesn't mean sweets can't be part of the equation, too.
One of the great myths of healthy eating is that it's expensive. Making healthier choices can actually save you money when you know how to shop smart.
Starkville resident Andrew Schwartz, 23, is the first student in East Mississippi Community College's Hotel and Restaurant Management Technology program to be accepted into the Disney College Program, which offers participants college-level classes in their areas of study and paid internship at a Disney resort.
Fruits, like raspberries, are unique in their ability to add both flavor and nutrition to breakfasts, snacks, desserts and beyond.
Starting the morning on the right foot can help set a path toward a successful day, and for many, that strong start begins with breakfast.
The spring season brings to mind flowers blooming and plants springing back to life, making it the ideal time to enjoy fresh produce in meals throughout the day.
Our eldest has been experiencing conflict at her middle school. It's not bullying or anything like that. It's not even the usual boy/girl drama.
What's one-and-done, with minimal fuss and cleanup? Sheet pan dinners.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle includes a variety of commitments, from exercising to eating right. However, serving up healthy meals doesn't have to be boring.