5 Foodie Holidays To Celebrate in December in Wisconsin

December is here! That means holidays like Hanukkah (Dec. 18-26), Christmas (Dec. 25), and Kwanzaa (Dec. 26-Jan. 1), along with the first day of winter and New Year's Eve are on the way ... but there's so much more happening this month!. We might just be hungry today, but we...
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Finnish Salmonella outbreak linked to frozen tomato product

Frozen tomato cubes were behind a Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak in Finland in 2021, according to a new study. It is thought to be the first outbreak in the country linked to a frozen tomato product and the implicated strain had not been detected in Finland before. Several people reported symptoms...
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What the staff at BookBar suggests for your next great read

Each week as part of SunLit — The Sun’s literature section — we feature staff recommendations from book stores across Colorado. This week, staff from BookBar in Denver recommend “The Last Chairlift,” “Home Is Where the Eggs Are,” “Dad’s Girlfriend and Other Anxieties” and “The Complete Brambly Hedge.”
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Copycat IHOP Grinch Pancakes

“He’s a mean one…” and I’m talking a mean stack of fluffy and delicious Copycat IHOP Grinch Pancakes–complete with green whipped cream!. There’s no need to bundle the kids, load everyone into the car, and trudge through the snow to get your buttery, rich Grinch Pancake fix, when it’s so easy to make them at home from basic pantry ingredients.

Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

Looking for the perfect appetizer for your next get together? This bacon wrapped shrimp is it! They’re incredibly juicy, smokey, savory, and super easy to make. Picture this: juicy shrimp marinated in a zesty, lemony, garlic, and honey mustard sauce wrapped in deliciously crispy, smokey bacon. I don’t know about you, but I am already drooling.

This Modern Elegance Naples Home, Asking $4.49 million, is an Entertainment Paradise with Numerous Amenities

3856 Isla Del Sol Way Home in Naples, Florida for Sale. 3856 Isla Del Sol Way, Naples, Florida, stands out with stunning accents and exquisite detailing that lies within Isla Del Sol in the award-winning Fiddler’s Creek icluding 4 bed + den, 4 1/2 bath with breathtaking views of the pool and golf course. This Home in Naples offers 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms with over 5,500 square feet of living spaces. To know more about 3856 Isla Del Sol Way, please contact Michelle Thomas (Phone: 239-860-7176 ) at Premier Sotheby’s International Realty for full support and perfect service.

Drago Noka for Switch, Steam launches January 12, 2023

The pilot game Drago Noka is due to be launched on January 12, 2023 for Switch and PC via Steam, according to PLAYISM publisher, and the developer GeSEI unkan. The first line on January 22, 2019 that was using DL site, Drago Noka launched on January 22. Here is a...

Children reveal what changes they would make if they ran the country [Video]

Children have revealed the top changes they would make if they were in charge of the country – including protecting all animals, no more homework or school uniforms, and teaching kids to cook from an earlier age. A survey, of 1,000 6-12-year-olds, and their parents, found that more than...

Cooking Simplified: Why We Watch The Food Network

Right before Thanksgiving a friend randomly dropped me off a Turkey. It was frozen. He had gotten it as a gift from his job. He had other plans for dinner out of town so he decided I should cook the Turkey. The only flaw in that plan was I had never cooked one.

The Expiration Dates To Check Before You Start Holiday Cooking

Cooking for the holidays is a marathon, not a sprint. For Americans, the holiday season runs from just before Thanksgiving until the New Year and runs the gamut of food – turkey, casseroles, kugels, briskets, Christmas hams, racks of prime rib, not to mention the multitude of cookies and desserts. There's a lot that goes into pulling off a successful holiday meal, and it requires thinking ahead and a lot of prep — from making sure your refrigerator is organized and has room to double checking that you have enough bottles of wine to sit through your uncle's dramatic speeches.
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Partial to Home: A love for cooking

Four years ago Ronnie Colvin and Charles Clemmons opened a business in a portable building that had been inserted into the bay of a defunct carwash near the intersection of 14th Avenue and 20th Street North. The two men called their enterprise “Memphis Town Barbecue,” so named for the Northside...

Brad Pitt and Ines de Ramon's cosy dinner dates at his new pad

Brad Pitt has been showing of his cooking skills and skinny dipping with Ines de Ramon. Brad Pitt and his new flame Ines de Ramon have been enjoying “cosy dinner dates” at his new coastal home. The Hollywood hunk, 58, has a new pad in Carmel, California, where...

These Are Ways To Make Brussel Sprouts More Appealing

Brussels sprouts are a great paring for multiple delicious dishes. You can simply roast your Brussels sprouts with olive oil or pan-fry them with a mix of spices for a savory side dish. According to Healthline, these little cabbages are also rich in nutrients, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and vitamin C, which are great for our immune system. However, even though they are healthy and quite popular during Holiday dinners, Brussels sprouts are not for everyone.

Raducanu on biggest weakness away from tennis: "My main indulgence is chocolate"

Emma Raducanu revealed chocolate as her biggest weakness admitting that she eats it as soon as an event is finished. Emma Raducanu sat down with National Geographic to talk about her eating habits admitting that they are not the best. She's enjoyed some traditional foods from both sides of her family remembering visiting family in China:
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Minimize holiday spending with homemade gifts

For most people, the holidays include great food, gathering with family, and all-around cheer. Although an overall joyous time, the holidays also come with a hefty price tag for those tasked with buying gifts for family and friends. With inflation running high in recent months, some people may be forced to cut back on their holiday spending, especially those living off fixed incomes or retirement nest eggs.

Jackie Corser: Low-sugar Christmas baking

Last Sunday, we looked at low-sugar and sugar-free candies. Continuing on in the Christmas dessert quest, we will talk about low-sugar and sugar-free cookies and cakes this week. As talked about last week, I see it fitting to give the stage to the individuals who for health or other various reasons are careful with consuming sugary desserts. We have your back!

Primeale raffles 12 batches of products

This year Primeale give away 12 batches of products, 1 every 48 hours for 24 days: 7 basic batches, 3 medium batches, 1 large batch and 1 giant batch. Christmas is near and Primeale and already has its Advent Calendar. Therefore, every day from December 1 to 24, choose 1...
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27% of Consumers Are Buying More Food in Bulk. Here Are 3 Mistakes to Avoid

Don't fall victim to these traps. Many consumers are trying to minimize their food costs due to inflation. Buying in bulk could result in savings, but you'll need to do it carefully. Be wary of buying a new product in bulk, and keep in mind how much storage space you...