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Gluten-Free Series: Thanksgiving Favorites

November 20, 2014

How to Make a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Dinner

Gluten Free Thanksgiving RecipesIf you or someone you love suffers from Celiac Disease or has any wheat and gluten sensitivities, preparing a holiday feast can add an extra layer of stress. However, there are many delicious menu options for a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving that everyone will love. Most items on the menus are likely gluten-free to begin with so with a few tweaks to the other dishes, you can feel confident that everyone will enjoy a gluten-free holiday meal. Read more…

Healthy Holiday Pie Crust

November 18, 2014

Simple, Lighter Pie Crust for Thanksgiving

For many of us, a Thanksgiving feast is not complete without pie for dessert. Whether your family’sHealthy Pie Crust favorite is the traditional pumpkin, apple or pecan pie, they’re all known more for their flavor than their health benefits. And the crust is the biggest culprit.

A traditional American pie crust contains four basic ingredients: flour, fat, water and salt. By changing the type of flour and fat used, we can easily modify a high fat, high carbohydrate pie crust into a healthier Thanksgiving version. Read more…

Easy Eats: Thanksgiving for 4

November 16, 2014

Thanksgiving dinner, served at your door step this year

Take the stress out of the holiday with this complete fully cooked Thanksgiving meal delivered right to your door! We’ve got Thanksgiving meal for 4 delivered from CobornsDeliversyou covered on all the festive basics with our easy Thanksgiving feast to share with 4 friends or family.

All you have to do is choose your version of the meal:

  • Choose all key ingredients for the Basic Version.
  • Choose all key ingredients AND all accompaniments for the Deluxe Version.

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Festive Thanksgiving Treats for the Office

November 11, 2014

Thanksgiving office party foodOffice Party Favorites: Yummy Thanksgiving Recipes for Your Coworkers

Have you ever noticed that even the least social coworkers show up when snacks arrive at the office? Sharing food brings people together and helps lift office morale. As the holidays approach, it seems there are even more snack items arriving in the lunch or conference rooms as people get into the holiday spirit and begin having holiday parties.

We’ve put together some fun ideas for Thanksgiving office treats that are convenient, won’t break the bank, and will also be mindful of the diet restrictions of fellow coworkers. Whether you are looking for timesaving snack ideas or want to contribute to a holiday office potluck, we have you covered. Enjoy! Read more…

Easy Eats: Easy Italian Bake

November 9, 2014

Add Some Cheesy Italian Goodness to Your Monday RoutineItalian Baked Pasta with Cheese

The whole family loves this recipe. You can add more ingredients or leave some out depending on what you have on hand. Basic recipe listed below. Additions, such as mushrooms, green pepper, pepperoni or black olives, are great for extra Italian flavor. This recipe is also great with garlic bread and a salad to round out the meal. Enjoy! Read more…

Spice Up Thanksgiving Dinner with Bright Flavors

November 6, 2014

Brighten up Thanksgiving Dinner with Citrus

Thanksgiving Recipes with CobornsA traditional Midwest Thanksgiving dinner is rich with roasted turkey and stuffing, buttery mashed potatoes and gravy, creamy green bean casserole, stuffing, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls and of course, pumpkin pie. These dishes all add up to one heavy meal. Would you like to change it up just a little this year to brighten and lighten those traditional flavors? If so, we have one word for you: citrus. Read more…

Demystifying Ancient Grains: Chia

November 4, 2014

Get to Know Chia

The popularity of chia seeds have once again skyrocketed. Centuries ago, they were an important food and cash crop in Mesoamerica.chia seed In the 1980s, Chia Pets were a popular fad introduced as the “pottery that grows.” Now, these tiny black seeds are recognized worldwide for their superior nutritional benefits. Even Weight Watchers named chia as one of the “five superfoods you should be eating.” So, let’s demystify this ancient grain and get cooking Minnesota! Read more…

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