You may remember I posted an article on how to make vegetable stock a while back. After reading about the nasty virus above I thought we should visit the chicken side of things. It’s an old wives tale and it’s true that chicken soup will help heal you. It will also help to replace lost electrolytes after, you know. Now if you’re sick you won’t have the energy to make this broth. Train someone in your household to make it, or make some now and freeze it. Don’t be caught with no stock!
When it gets cold outside, I like it to get warm inside. Nothing’s better than heating up the kitchen with a hot oven for roasting. Almost everyone has a family specialty dish that involves roasting, the Thanksgiving turkey or the Christmas ham or the leg of lamb. These are all well and good for holiday cooking, but how about Wednesday night? One of the easiest weeknight treats is roasted butternut squash. Add to that roasted broccoli, onion, carrots, beets, brussels sprouts or even kale for a complete meal that involves little more than a jellyroll pan or baking sheet.
Well, It’s that time of year again. Out with the old and in the with the new. Many of you may be contemplating some resolutions, others shudder at the thought. Whether you are one for jumping right in or like to slowly get your feet wet, here are some suggestions to encourage better health choices in 2013 and some compelling reasons to do so: