Hoppin' John is a traditional southern dish that is usually eaten on New Years' Day, because it's thought to bring good luck. It's not much harder than dropping some stuff in a pan and letting it cook down, so (*cough* Megan): TRY IT. I think you'll be surprised!
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When winter arrived, we harvested our chillies before the frost could get to them and found ourselves facing Mt Chillington. Since we use dried chilli in pretty much all of our Indian dishes, drying and saving them was the most obvious answer for us, and there was a certain appeal in hanging bundles of homegrown produce from the ceiling too. Here is my entirely unsanctioned, over complicated, make-it-up-as-you-go-along guide to stringing, hanging and drying chillies.
Glühwein (mulled wine) is really popular in Germany at Christmas. You get it in every Christmas Market and a lot of people make their own at home. Glühwein is a hot drink traditionally made of red wine, tea, spices and sugar. So if you want to try it, I show you how.
Let's be honest, sometimes you just want to plop in front of the TV and munch away. What's a better snack for doing exactly that than popcorn!? If you can resist smothering your popcorn in butter you're actually left with a very virtuous snack — one that's low in calories, high in fiber, packed with antioxidants, and gluten free!
The office where I work does a food drive every year for our holiday party. I was wondering if anyone who has experience would have any suggestions on what kinds of foods are good to donate to a food pantry?
This basic cookie recipe can be adapted to create your mega dream cookie. If you want to try out a few new ideas, make the basic recipe and split it into four to make a few cookies in each flavour. Get creative and share the love — make a batch for your friends or workmates today!