New Year's Eve is just around the corner; are you ready to host this year’s party? With the rush of turkey trimming, gift shopping, and a calendar full of parties, the holidays can take a toll. Hosting a New Year's Eve party is the last thing on your list once Christmas day passes without incident. But there's no need to worry, we’re here to help! With these simple tips, recipes, and cocktails you'll be counting down in style and your guests will be begging for an invite next year.
It’s tradition among many to skip meat on Fridays during Lent. Usually that leads many to batted dipped fried fish served with mayo-rich sauces and piles of fries. Boring, bland, oiley and pricey, you're left with a lunch that's not worth bragging about.
Lent is upon us, meaning many of us abstain from eating meat. Days without meat shouldn’t leave us feeling stressed or worried about planning our weekly meals. Instead of agonizing over the eternal "what's for dinner?" question, I like to use this time to experiment a bit with my menus and rethink meals my family enjoys, giving them a meatless spin.
For many, the Lenten season can seem a daunting task. Meatless meals mean you forego the option of pulling together a quick sandwich for lunch or racing through the drive thru to pick up burgers for dinner on those hectic days. Trust me we've all been there.
Celebrating Lent season in South Texas means only one thing, Shrimp! Wild-caught straight from the blue water in the gulf Texas shrimp are well known world-wide for their great flavor. South Texans take their feasting for Lent to a whole new level and every year I find myself tweaking a recipe from a fellow Texan to feature on my Lenten table.
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