Five, six, seven, eight, pick what you appreciate. I concocted this recipe when having a party. It was after the New Year’s and in African American culture, it means you may have leftover black-eyed peas. I knew we had tortilla chips. I knew we just happened to have sliced black pitted olives. So I asked someone to pick up some sour cream and shredded cheddar cheese. Now, in classic version of the famous 7 layer dip people include tomatoes, guacamole and green onions. If any of these layer turn you off then leave it out. You dip might turn out to be four, five or six layer dip. If you’r not into refried beans and you want you want to add something fun and different to your New Year’s eve or Juneteenth celebration.
Click here for classic seven layer dip recipe and add your twist!
Bread and Butter pickles-Supposedly they got their name because during the Great Depression, they were a cheap staple in households. So people used them in sandwiches of bread and butter because that’s all they could afford.
For years my sister and other people I know have looked with desire at the fun cocktails I prepare often asking for a non-alcoholic version. Well, there is no time where thoughtful comes to mind better than the holiday season.
People really are looking for festive alcohol free drink options this holiday season. We have FIVE festive drinks below for you to choose from. Check out these ideas from thevivacioulife.com from Candycane Martini’s to Cranberry White Russian Mocktails.
Enjoy the variety of food from Tunisian to Moroccan home made from fresh ingredients.
Bright spot with a diverse glatt kosher menu plus baked goods, vegetarian items & Shabbat takeout.
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The best thing to do at a Christmas market in Germany is to eat your way through them! Check out all the must-eat foods and make sure to arrive hungry!
Great Foods to eat, German sausages, pomme frites, roasted chestnuts (maroni), marzipan and more
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In 2018, Wall Street Journal Writer Elizabeth Bernstein wrote an article about foods that may help battle depression. Here is an excerpt:
Now recent studies show that a healthy diet may not only prevent depression, but could effectively treat it once it’s started.
Researchers, led by epidemiologist Felice Jacka of Australia’s Deakin University, looked at whether improving the diets of people with major depression would help improve their mood. They chose 67 people with depression for the study, some of whom were already being treated with antidepressants, some with psychotherapy, and some with both. Half of these people were given nutritional counseling from a dietitian, who helped them eat healthier. Half were given one-on-one social support—they were paired with someone to chat or play cards with—which is known to help people with depression. READ MORE