Don’t let all those delicious Thanksgiving leftovers go to waste. Find out how to safely store leftovers with these five tips.
This post was written by NutritiouliciousÂ contributor Tiana Yom, MPH, CHES
With Thanksgiving almost a week away, the holiday season is about to start, which means itâ€™s time to enjoy delicious food withÂ great company. But all that cooking may leave you with lots of leftovers to pack up and enjoy the next day, or if handled properly, a few months from now.
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Homemade ravioli filled with creamy and zesty lemon ricotta and topped with balsamic roasted strawberries is a naturally sweet and savory holiday meal that’s also diabetes friendly.
â€˜Tis the season for pumpkins, Brussels sprouts, and citrus fruits, but letâ€™s not forget about our good old friends from the summer â€“ strawberries.
Strawberries arenâ€™t normally on my weekly grocery list these days, but I was so inspired by one of my daughters that I had to make this recipe. AÂ couple of… read more »
Before you head out trick-or-treating, check out this roundup with over 20 tricks and treats for a healthy Halloween.Â
This post was compiled with the assistance of Nutritioulicious intern Amanda Mateer
Itâ€™s every childâ€™s favorite dress-up day, but itâ€™s also many parentsâ€™ nightmareâ€¦Happy Halloween! Once again itâ€™s time for the streets to be filled with princesses, minions, pirates, and superheroes!
While Halloween can be exciting for kids of all ages, itâ€™s also easy to lose t… read more »
A family favorite, traditional chicken soup is soothing and delicious.Â Perfect to start any Jewish holiday meal or to cure a cold.Â
With the start of fall comes the Jewish holidays Rosh Hashana (the Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), and Sukkot (one of the three pilgrimage festivals). In my family, as in many Jewish families I know, it is tradition to serve chicken soup at the start of all of these holiday meals.
Luckily, chicken soup is one of those recipes thatÂ keeps getting bet… read more »