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(Family Features) Even though the cooler weather has arrived, you can still enjoy mouth-watering peaches, juicy tomatoes and sweet corn — all your summer favorites — thanks to the can. Fruits and vegetables are picked at the peak of their ripeness, when they’re at their best, and canned just hours after picking. The canning process, therefore, locks in their nutrients, freshness and flavor naturally, without the need for preservatives. So, they’re available and in-season all year long.
It wouldn’t be a Thanksgiving feast without several options for dessert.
Desserts are the sweet stuff of which memories are made, particularly in a holiday season, a time typically so rich with recollections. Salute that spirit with a historic dessert rooted in the North American past. For while tastes, trends and technology come and go, the country’s sweet tooth has remained ever keen.
Cream soups are the perfect starter for a holiday dinner.
The holidays are a particularly difficult time for people with allergies. We want to partake in the festivities and great food, but the consequences aren’t usually worth it. I do indulge sometimes but over the course of the holiday season the constant consumption of wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, peanuts and highly refined foods are simply too much for my body.
Thanksgiving is the one time of year when roasting a big turkey is not enough.
(StatePoint) Whether you’re playing host or bringing a side dish to someone else’s holiday gathering, preparing a delicious crowd-pleaser that’s simple and affordable to make is a priority for many.
(BPT) - Cooler temperatures, dwindling daylight that makes you crave a mood boost, and the approach of the holidays – at this time of year, many inspirations prompt people to redecorate. But while you’re breaking out the holiday decorations or looking for just the right shade of yellow to make your kitchen look brighter on short winter days, don’t overlook another powerful decorator’s trick – scent.
The Exchange Club celebrated the outstanding youth of the Killeen Independent School District, recognizing Students of the Quarter at their meeting Monday.
The Exchange Club of Killeen recognized the Killeen Independent School District’s Outstanding Youth of the Quarter. The students honored are, back row, Nathan John Diederich, Ellison High School; Jeremy Candelas, Harker Heights High School; Charles Britton Owens, Killeen High School, and Mitchell Scott Telles, Shoemaker High School; front row, Christy Coe, Ellison High School; Chase Lalouette, Harker Heights High School; Brittany Mitchell, Killeen High School; and Kyana D’Andrya Lemons, Shoemaker High School.
(Family Features) Holiday entertaining is all about food, wine and quality time with family and friends. This year, try a new approach to holiday get-togethers by hosting an hors d’oeuvres party.
(Family Features) The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in the house - especially around the holidays. With all the cooking, baking and celebrating going on, it can be hard to keep the kitchen clean.
Company’s coming. Is your dinnerware ready?
(BPT) - The time-honored popularity of holiday cookie baking remains strong even in today’s grab-and-go society.
The Central Texas College Patio Café Cuisine Nights offers a taste of Spain on Friday. Dinner will be served from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the culinary area of the Student Center (building 106).
Wet, sticky dough freaks me out.
(BPT) - The holidays are right around the corner and so are the rich, indulgent foods that adorn many dessert tables. Sweets of the season tend to be rich in flavor but also calories and fat.
(Family Features) One of the most memorable moments at any holiday dinner is when a moist, delicious turkey is brought to the table. Everyone grabs their forks at the sight of a perfectly brown bird glistening with juicy flavor.
Wholly Guacamole brings a whole new dimension of tastiness to this recipe for Grilled Chicken Fettuccini.
Shoemaker’s Ashley Lemons drives to the basket against Kerrville Tivy on Tuesday at Shoemaker High School. Lemons and the Lady Wolves dropped the season-opening contest 31-22.
(BPT) - Girls’ night out is a rite of passage, a time to celebrate friendships and embrace life. Preparing for a big night on the town is often as much fun as the actual outing.
(Family Features) From non-friendly weather conditions to itch-inducing dyes found in everyday products, your skin can be exposed to a variety of unexpected irritants. But, protecting and maintaining healthy, comfortable skin can be easy with simple tips and products.
(Family Features) Whether gathering to give thanks, observing time-honored traditions or simply toasting to the season, there's something extra festive about winter celebrations. Hectic schedules, however, make it easy to lose sight of what is important. This year, involve your loved ones in all the party preparations and make the season merrier.
(Family Features) The holidays are the best time to share delicious meals with family and friends. However, overindulging in rich entrées and sweet treats can quickly sabotage healthy eating habits. Offer guests the best of both worlds by serving an array of healthy, tasty options at your next holiday gathering.
(Family Features) The only thing harder than passing up a delicious dish at a party is trying to talk yourself out of eating holiday leftovers the next day. While everyone is entitled to a little indulgence now and then, it's possible to have your traditional turkey and cranberry sandwich and eat better too.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.