The end of the year is a festive time, with plenty of festive food. But come January 1, there is widespread resolve to live healthier lives, and make healthier choices about what, and how much we are eating. There is no need to sacrifice enjoyment of your food simply because you are shifting to a healthier menu. Work with winter's refreshing variety of fresh produce and add some new spices for flavor sensations that are sure to keep things interesting.
The cold, frosty days and nights of winter belie the depth of flavor found in the season's bounty of fresh foods. Sparkling, bright citrus, from lemons to tangerines, add vibrant acidity to vinaigrettes and desserts. Root vegetables braised with beef and lamb become more delicious the longer they stay in the pot. And seafood is the perfect ingredient for making robust stews.
- Lobster Chowder
- Brussels Sprouts with Walnuts
- Calamari Pasta
- Portobello Mushroom Stroganoff
- Roast Goose With Chestnuts and Prunes
- Chicken with Tangerine Chipotle Glaze
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