Today, we’re talking about ways to spice up your holidays with delicious food!
The holiday season is a time for being with family, friends, and loved ones. It’s also a time for eating delicious food. But what if you want to make sure that your holiday meal is extra special? After all, there are so many options out there—what’s the best way to make your holiday meal stand out?
Well, we’ve got some ideas for you. First off, we recommend using sweet cranberries. The product is made from sugar, which means it’s delicious and nutritious! Jk… Just delicious. It’s also super easy to prepare, so you won’t have to spend hours in the kitchen slaving over a hot stove. Just put the ingredients together in a bowl, mix them together with a spoon, and cook until done! Tasty cranberry sauce, yay!
This recipe is perfect for any occasion: whether you’re hosting a dinner party or just having a casual family meal. And because it’s so easy to make, you’ll be able to focus on spending time with those closest to you instead of worrying about cooking!
Ok, so that’s our quickie, but check these out!
There are a variety of Christmas meals to choose from
There are a variety of Christmas meals to choose from.
A traditional Christmas dinner is a meal that features turkey, ham, potatoes, carrots, stuffing and cranberry sauce. It’s usually served with gravy on the side. The feast is rounded off with a dessert of mince pies and brandy butter.
Another popular Christmas meal is goose, which is often served with potatoes and turnips. The goose is accompanied by red cabbage or Brussels sprouts (or both). Some people also serve parsnips and carrots with roast potatoes to complete their Christmas dinner.
If you’re not into turkey or goose then maybe you’d prefer duck or lamb? You can also try venison which many people like to serve with chestnut stuffing as well as other traditional accompaniments such as red cabbage and brussels sprouts (or both).
No matter what kind of dish you prefer on your table at Christmas time we are sure there will be something here for everyone!
There are awesome Hanukkah meals too!
The holidays are here, and you know what that means: a lot of food.
And while we’re all about the turkey and stuffing—or maybe the ham, if you’re feeling adventurous—we also want to talk about some of the other amazing Hanukkah meals that are out there. And we don’t just mean latkes and sufganiyot (though those are pretty great too).
Because Hanukkah can be about so much more than just eating potato pancakes and jelly donuts. It’s a time to celebrate family with traditional foods like matzo ball soup (which is delicious), brisket (which isn’t), and potato latkes (which are still delicious). But it’s also a time to celebrate with some new traditions, like adding more vegetables into your diet or trying out some new recipes that aren’t even Hanukkah-specific!
So whether you’re looking to add some extra flavor to your Hanukkah spread with an exciting new recipe or just want something different than what you’ve been making each year since forever, check out our list below for some ideas on how to make this year’s Hanukkah meal stand out from all the rest!
Try spicing things up with some cannabis!
It’s time to get in the holiday spirit—and what better way to do that than with THC gummies?
THC gummies are a great way to spice up the holiday season. These delicious treats will have you feeling festive and ready for whatever festivities may come your way. They’re so easy to make and can be prepared ahead of time!
But what are THC gummies exactly? Well, they’re candy infused with marijuana oil or CBD oil. They’re made from gelatin, which is obtained from animal bones, and thus not vegan-friendly. That’s why we recommend using vegetable glycerin instead of gelatin if you want to make these treats vegan-friendly.
And don’t worry if you don’t want to eat them yourself—you can always give them as gifts! Just make sure you wrap them tightly in cellophane before giving them away so that nobody knows what they are until after they’ve been opened (and consumed).
Kwanzaa food is super tasty!
Kwanzaa is a holiday that celebrates family, community, and culture. And what better way to celebrate than with some delicious, nutritious food?
Kwanzaa food is delicious and nutritious—and you can make it yourself! Just follow these simple steps:
- Get your hands on some mufasa (mashed plantains).
- Let it marinate in the sun for 24 hours so it’s nice and soft.
- Add some dungarees (dried corn) to the mix and stir vigorously until you get a creamy consistency.
- Add a dash of dibidibis (sweet potatoes) for an extra sweet kick!
Kwanzaa is a super fun holiday that celebrates African-American heritage. You might think that the main focus of Kwanzaa is eating traditional African food, but you’d be wrong!
The truth is that Kwanzaa food is delicious, but it’s not the only reason to celebrate this holiday. Kwanzaa was invented in 1966 by Dr. Maulana Karenga and Nguzo Saba—the Seven Principles of Blackness. These seven principles are: Umoja (unity), Kujichagulia (self-determination), Ujima (collective work and responsibility), Ujamaa (cooperative economics), Nia (purpose), Kuumba (creativity), and Imani (faith).
These principles are what make Kwanzaa so special—not just the tradition of eating delicious food. So next year when you’re thinking about how to celebrate Kwanzaa, don’t forget about these seven principles and how important they are for your community!