December 25, 2017 | 7:42 PM
Planning ahead will help make entertaining a breeze this holiday season.Fortunately, being named “hostess (or host) with the mostest” is well within your reach if you follow these tips guaranteed to keep the holiday cheer flowing.
December 25, 2017 | 7:42 PM
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25, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- A stomach bug can quickly put a damper on your Christmas Day festivities.If you're teaching children how to prepare favorite family recipes, include important lessons about food safety, says the American Academy of Pediatrics.
According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 26 million adults and children in the United States are currently living with diabetes.The Diabetes Center at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park is recognized by the American Diabetes Association for its Diabetes Self-Management Education program.
December 23 2017 - 3:00PM Health Promotion Coordinator Trish Davis is encouraging people to give active gifts this Christmas.Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD) is encouraging people to make healthy normal this festive season, by being physically active and making healthier food choices during the Christmas and New Year period.
If you're home for the holidays, visiting parents or relatives, sooner or later they're going to say five words that will twist your stomach into knots.But there's just no avoiding it: every holiday visit, someone's going to say "Can you fix the computer?
You've got to use the good stuff, preferably from Poland, where it'smade from potatoes.Eureka, I've found it!
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PATERSON, NJ - On Wednesday night the The New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) Neighborhood Help Center hosted a Nutritional Holiday Cooking event with Celebrity Chef Angie Shaghaghi.NJCDC Program Coordinator Aida Restituyo said “we are glad to have Chef Angie come back each year to help give back to the community.
December 24 2017 - 4:30PMEvery Christmas, it is the same story.Despite the fact the whole family has eaten enough to be in semi-permanent food comas, there is always a mountain of leftovers.
With a little patience and preparation you can cook a perfect succulent and moist turkey, fit for all the family.On Christmas Day, wipe the inside and outside of the turkey with damp kitchen paper.
So here are a few additional tips to ensure a safe and healthy holiday season.Cook roasts and steaks to a minimum of 145 degrees F.
What few of us don’t consider is the holiday season is a time when there is an increased risk for home fires.This means an increasing number of households will choose artificial trees to decorate their home this holiday season.
Avoid putting stuffing in your turkey: the stuffing might not reach a hot enough temperature to kill dangerous bacteria.Here’s some food safety tips from VDACS to keep everyone in the family healthy:
Wash your hands: it stops the spread of bacteria.
A top Northern Ireland chef has been giving UTV Life’s Pamela Ballantine some top tips for Christmas.Pop the turkey crown directly on top and place on the bottom shelf of the oven - the juices from the turkey will drip into the tray.
According to Henry, holiday functions can be one of the biggest belt-busters of the season.Drawing on over 30 years of experience as a registered dietician, Henry offers the following tips to keep holiday revelers healthy:
• Don't fast before the big holiday party or family gathering.
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Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is here to share food safety tips to ensure food prepared for friends and family is safe and the holiday season won’t be remembered for the wrong reason – food poisoning.If transporting cold food, keep it cold (40 degrees Fahrenheit or below) by carrying it with cold sources such as ice or frozen gel packs.
If you’re not drinking alcohol at the moment, then refusing a drink won’t be a problem for you.I don’t eat bread as a general rule anyway, but if you simply say “No” when bread is offered to you, you won’t be tempted to eat it.
Photo: Courtesy of ABC/Craig SjodinCooking for a crowd during the holidays induces peak stress levels — whether you're a first-time host or a seasoned chef.We turned to chef Carla Hall, a Top Chef alum and current co-host of The Chew for her best tricks for holiday hosting.