In 1956, Jay Livingston and Ray Evans penned the lyrics to a song Doris Day famously recorded: “Que sera, sera — whatever will be will be, the future’s not ours to see. . . . .” It reached No. 2 on the charts and is still heard now and then when somebody chooses to listen to real music inst…
In his new cookbook, 7 Ways: Easy Ideas for Every Day of the Week (2020, Flatiron Books), Jamie Oliver offers seven ways to reinvent weekly staples with more than 120 recipes for 18 of the most tried-and-true ingredients in your weekly shopping — including chicken, steak, salmon, broccoli, e…
With the new year finally being here, along with it comes the time for New Year’s resolutions. One of the top resolutions that makes most people’s list is wanting to lose weight.
You probably already know about the numerous benefits that exercise produces for both the mind and body. Still, while some people want to get involved in a physical regimen, finding the motivation to continue can prove challenging.
Just a couple of adjectives will not suffice, but I am going to use them anyway. The Year of Our Lord 2020 was remarkable and catastrophic. We can all agree, unless you are more than 102 years old, that we’ve never seen another year like this. Way back in 1918 there occurred a pandemic of re…
On Dec. 31, the festivities hit places around the world at slightly different times because of the time differences across the world. Some cultures may celebrate the new year at a different time than Dec. 31 because they use a different calendar, like in the United Kingdom.
My father was a man of integrity, and a hoot to boot. He loved to describe Santa Claus as “Sandy Claws from the Desert.” The moniker was his own invention, and a clever one indeed.
You don’t have to live on a farm to enjoy hearty meals that are bursting with flavor. Alli Kelley, creator of the blog Longbourn Farm, has introduced Rustic Farmhouse Slow Cooker: 75 Hands-Off Recipes for Hearty, Homestyle Meals (2020, Page Street Publishing Co.)
The holidays are a wonderful time of year where you can relax, spend time with loved ones, partake in festivities and enjoy amazing food. The holidays are a time that should be enjoyed, not a time that should be spent worrying about being the epitome of health.
Parrish Ritchie’s newest cookbook, The Big Book Of Air Fryer Recipes: 240 Standout Recipes with 240 Gorgeous Photos for Healthy, Delicious Meals (2020, Page Street Publishing Co.), compiles 240 of his favorite air fryer recipes so you can make any dish you’re craving and still save time in t…
Tatyana Nesteruk’s newest endeavor, Beyond Borscht: Old-World Recipes from Eastern Europe: Ukraine, Russia, Poland and More (2020, Page Street Publishing Co.), shares the food from her native Ukraine. Author of The European Cake Cookbook and founder of Tatyana’s Everyday Food cooking blog an…
W ith the holidays coming, there are so many specialty dishes we could bake. Many have become traditions. As we enjoy the holiday season, it is a great time to look through the recipes in your drawer or box. Or some may want to take the long nights and look at old cookbooks and recipes passe…
The long, dark days of winter are the perfect time to break out the warm glow of candles. Keep reading for what scents to burn this year and how to keep yourself safe while staying cozy. O, CHRISTMAS TREE Christmas-tree scented candles are always popular this time of year. Magnify your real …
The holiday season has arrived. This time of year, for most people, is a joyful time of year filled with parties, celebrations, shopping, gifts and social gatherings with family and friends.
The holiday season is in full swing and shopping is entering its busiest season. Parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles are all looking for that perfect gift for the little ones on their list. While picking out the perfect gift is important, it is also important to pick out age-appropriate …
Thanksgiving, the holiday, was first observed by the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Native Americans in 1621. If my third-grade arithmetic is correct, and I believe it is, that was 399 years ago. Since then, the date has been shifted around a few times, but anyhow Thanksgiving in the 2…
Creator of the blog Familystyle Food, Karen Tedesco’s cookbook, Family Style: Shared Plates for Casual Feasts (2020; Page Street Publishing Co.), is just in time for holiday get-togethers.
Holidays are all about tradition, especially food traditions, and to me Thanksgiving is the best of all. On the table at Thanksgiving there may be foods we only get to enjoy once or twice a year, making them special dishes to really look forward to.
James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Cynthia Graubart creates the right-sized recipes for downsized celebrations in her newest title, Thanksgiving for Two (or Four): Downsized Recipes for Today’s New Thanksgiving Dinner (2020, Empire Press). This e-book comes just in time as families ar…
Gladys The Famous, aka Gladys the Curmudgeon, said November is the month for elections, because it is the best month to pick a turkey. Then along comes another pessimist, I don’t know who, that said, “Well, it is November, and today someone will die. . . . .”
Diabetes is a well-known disease that causes high blood sugar. While many people know what this disease is, many do not know how to change their eating habits to adequately fit this new lifestyle.
Diabetes affects hundreds of millions of people across the globe, and more and more people are being diagnosed with this often preventable disease every year.
Christina Leopold’s easy-to-follow, no-bake method for preparing vegan treats in No-Bake Vegan Desserts: Incredibly Easy Plant-Based Cakes, Cookies, Brownies and More (2020, Page Street Publishing Co.), is a collection of delectable plant-based sweets, without ever turning on the oven.
Earline Sheehan (seated, center) is the matriarch of a family that features four generations shown in this photo. Sheehan, 94, worked for The Post-Intelligencer for five years in the late 1940s and early 1950s as an accountant/receptionist. She met Robert Sheehan, who was a Navy recruiter wh…
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