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(Family Features) 'Tis the season for entertaining, and festive cocktails are in fashion for gatherings large and small. This season, shake things up a bit. Trade in the punch bowl for a cocktail shaker and serve up some easy, fun and delicious egg-based cocktails for guests.
It’s that time again—the-thanksgiving-through-New Year’s-weight-gain-roller-coaster-ride that we all vow to bypass every year. You just can’t get away from it. There are goodies at work, Christmas and New Year’s party.
(NAPSI)—During the chilly months, many people like to have some warm comfort food with family and friends.
The final Patio Café dinner of the semester, hosted by the Central Texas College Culinary Arts department, is Friday.
(Family Features) What can a camel teach you about grilled cheese? Camels like the Sahara desert because it is dry. Grilled cheese sandwiches also like a hot and dry environment - the pan. Put the butter or oil on the outside of the bread, not in the pan.
Most families are still munching today on Thursday’s Thanksgiving leftovers. The average weight gain during the holiday season is five pounds, andTexans are getting fatter and fatter. In fact, the Lonestar state is now ranked the 10th most obese state in the country, according to a report by Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Spc. Trinh Tran, a cook with the Operation Iraqi Freedom Dining Facility, covers prepared salads and dressings for the evening meal service, Nov. 21. Trinh is on a team to assist preparing Thanksgiving Day dinner.
(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kim Browne, 3rd BCT PAO, 1st Cav. Div.)
The Annual Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association banquet will be held on Dec. 7 at American Legion Post 223 in Killeen at 208 S. Park St.
(Family Features) Holidays are a time filled with family, friends and — perhaps most importantly — feasts. Traditional holiday menu items have the power to evoke warm memories of holidays past while continuing to bring people together year after year. For many, the center of that coveted holiday table would not be complete without a sweet and savory spiral-sliced ham.
(Family Features) The holiday season is all about gathering family and friends together. But hosting any kind of holiday gathering means stacking a lot of items on your plate during an already busy season, taking the fun out of the festivities. With a little planning and the right attitude, you can pull off a fantastic event and enjoy being the holiday host or hostess.
(BPT) - As people fill their holidays with parties, friends, family and celebrations, a bit of added stress and a tremendous amount of decadent food are also thrown into the mix. For many Americans, this may lead to digestive problems, too.
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.
Although it was almost noon and Jim Januszka was awake before 1 a.m., he jumped up every time a customer walked in his store, Bite the Bagel, in Harker Heights.
(NAPSI)—There’s good news for those who are looking for ways to include avocados in their meal plans, as part of a healthy diet.
(BPT) - No matter what time of year it is, the kitchen is always the busiest room in the home. That’s especially the case during the holiday season. With the added stress of planning the perfect menu and creating the ideal holiday atmosphere for your guests, it’s no surprise that many people feel overwhelmed with the planning process.
After searching the seemingly endless list, I found the meal I wanted: chicken fried chicken.
The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Scratch Tournament has concluded and the unofficial standings have been posted to www.bowlkilleenforthood.org.
Whether chatting in an elevator or at a formal business meal, personal skills can make or break careers.
Trey Alcozer, the only Senior participant in the 4-H Food Show in Gatesville on Thursday, shows off his mandarin orange salad.
GATESVILLE — Iron Chefs, move over.
Communities invited to free Thanksgiving meals
(BPT) - ‘Tis the season of wonderful company and delicious food! It’s also that time of year to bring friends and family together, but preparing for holiday gatherings along with the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping can often be stressful and time consuming. In fact, Thanksgiving is the most stressful holiday for home cooks as more than one in three Millennials plans to host a gathering at their home and 57 percent have noted feeling pressure when preparing a holiday meal, according to the Allrecipes’ 2013 Annual Holiday Survey. Following are a few easy tips to simplify your holiday planning so you can spend more time with loved ones.
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).
(BPT) - The countdown to this year’s holiday season has begun. Department stores have decked the halls. Families are scheduling trips to visit far-away loved ones. And hosts everywhere are stressing about entertaining family and friends during this frantic season of peace and good will.
Phantom Warrior Lanes will host a scratch tournament on Nov. 16 at 1 p.m. with entries closing fifteen minutes prior. Entry forms are available in each center and online at bowlkilleenforthood.org. Entry forms will be available at the tournament site as well. The cost is $30 per person. Brackets and high pots will be offered.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.