Black-eyed peas are a traditional part of a New Year menu. Some say eating black-eyed peas on New Year Day will bring luck throughout the year. These black-eyed peas can be made in a slow-cooker.
New Year’s resolutions related to food are probably some of the most common. I guess it makes sense, given that food is such a central part of our lives and [ … ]
Hi there, lovely readers! We wanted to take a moment today to wish you all a happy, safe, delicious new year. It’s been a wonderful year, and that is thanks to you! Food is our passion, and we’re so glad to have a community here where we can share that with all of you.
About half of people make New Year’s resolutions. Of those, only 65% will try to keep those New Year’s resolutions. That’s right, 35% of those who make New Year’s resolutions won’t even make the first step toward achieving the goal. Are you making resolutions this year? What are they?
As mid-January rolls in, those traditional New Year’s health resolutions fade away: Loose ten pounds, get fit, etc. Why? Deprivation sucks. Our food loving community here at Eat Drink Better [ … ]
New Year’s resolutions – it’s that time of year again. The time when many of us say we’re going to change ourselves, change our lives, maybe even change the world. [ … ]
Here’s the Homemade Irish Cream recipe from our Inn Serendipity B&B cookbook, Edible Earth. Cheers!