And you can make some new foodie friends at the launch of Westport LIbrary’s new Cookbook Club, featuring a guest appearance by local food blogger/cookbook author/TV celeb Katie Brown of Katie Brown Workshop.6, at Wakeman Town Farm and it’s free and open to the public.
“The biggest issue is usually the types of foods we traditionally eat during the holidays,” said the nutrition chief.”When food is plentiful during the holiday season, there is no shortage of alcoholic beverages at parties, too, which is another culprit of holiday weight gain, said the LAHC nutrition chief.
How to get Hong Kong children eating healthily and off junk food – six expert tips on developing good habits before their teens
Those treats should be in moderation, though, as Sally Poon, chairman of the Hong Kong Practising Dietitians Union, cautions.“Not enough kids cook these days, unfortunately – they focus a lot of time on academic achievements instead,” Poon says.
View CaptionHide Caption
Nobody throws a party like San Francisco designer Ken Fulk.So if you make a great cocktail, focus on beautiful drinks and consider doing a signature punch.
Below, six holiday party ideas and advice that will have guests reminiscing for years to come.But take the Virginia ham party.
That said, finding a signature scent doesn’t have to be as complicated as you think.To find out how to choose a signature scent that works for both your personal scent preference and body’s chemistry, we tapped an expert Scent Sommelier.
13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Many people think of the holiday season as something to survive, while others look at it as a fun time to be cherished with family and friends.Lifestyle and entertainment expert Josh McBride gives some holiday survival tips to help people make the most of their holiday experience.