Hats Off to the ChefNovember 24, 2008 | Posted by admin
How much time does the typical homemaker spend in the kitchen during the Holidays?
For many, the traditions of family gatherings, entertaining friends, and reaching out to the less fortunate this time of year is an annual exercise reflecting what the season represents: cooking, baking and creating homemade goodies for those we care about.
All that culinary preparation can be a joy … or a burden.
“The hustle and bustle during the holidays can be rewarding or stressful,” says Debbie Colaianni, FruitFast’s gourmet cooking expert. “The deciding factor may well be in the planning. I have found that waiting until the last minute to bake those cookies, plan the party menu and then rush to get the shopping done is a recipe for distress.”
The solution is planning ahead.
Looking for a unique and flavorful stuffing recipe, a new dessert or crowd-pleasing side dish that will have revelers coming back for seconds? See how a professional handles the stress and multi-tasks with ease. Debbie’s healthy Holiday ideas and hints are all on the Recipe page of our website. These tried-and-true recipes often feature FruitFast products – another delectable way to prepare healthy dishes using dried fruits and our delicious liquids.
So perhaps it isn’t a matter of how much time you spend in the kitchen over the Holidays, but how much enjoyment it brings to you and those you care about.(0) Comments | Post a Comment