Previously we did a roundup of delicious vegetarian and vegan slow cooker soups. Today we’re collecting 8 more slow cooker soups, but with the option to add a variety of meats to them. Let your slow cooker do all the cooking and come home to a warm and easy soup for dinner.
Happy Chinese New Year! Today we are welcoming the year of the horse. All around the world, people are celebrating the start of a new lunar year. Chinese new year is a time to return home, to come together as family, and to share food. Accordingly, we’ve asked a few of our team members to share their Chinese New Year traditions and memories.
Before Chinese New Year, preparations for family visits and gatherings begin. Clothing for this special occasion must be very neat requiring a new and colorful outfit and new shoes. In a traditional Chinese family, usually the younger siblings will visit the elder ones. For the visit, a number of special foods are prepared for guests.
Winter makes us here at Fine Choice Foods HQ want to pull out the slow cooker and make some comforting and warm soup. Today we present to you delicious meatless soup options that you can make in your slow cooker. In a couple of hours with little work you have yourself a great meal. Put everything into your slow cooker in the morning and when you get home from work, you’ll be greeted with a warm and bubbly bowl of soup.
Loaded Baked Potato Soup from Amuse Your Bouche
Winter is fully upon us and with it comes cold and flu season. With everyone suffering from sniffles and coughing fits, you’re bound to be caught in the crossfire. The good news is that there are plenty of foods that can help you to boost your immune system to help fight off a cold or flu before it has taken hold of you. Here are our top picks:
With the cold weather it may be tempting to hunker down and eat all the comfort foods that you crave. But what about your New Year resolution to eat healthier? Here are some recipes for classic comfort foods that are full of flavor but also healthier for you. So get comfortable and hunker down for the cold that never seems to end. .
Happy new year! 2013 was recognized as the International Year of the Quinoa by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. What will 2014 be? To kick of the start of a new year, we’ve picked out five foods that we think are worth trying in the next 365 days. We picked these items because of similar foods that rose to popularity in 2013 and because of the versatility of each of these healthy food items.
With so many ways that you can prepare this versatile vegetable, the cauliflower’s popularity is only going to grow. Beyond just steaming and sautéing this cruciferous veggie, it has become a go-to when creating vegan pasta sauces and gluten free pizza crusts. You can even cut them to create cauliflower steaks. Try getting creative with your cauliflower and cook it with different sauces and preparations. For some additional color, you can try purple, green or orange cauliflower as well. READ MORE [»]
Welcome to the first of a monthly series where we help you put together a dinner party from start to finish complete with recipes. With a little effort and some planning, you’ll become a whiz at hosting parties with family and friends lining up to come for dinner (or lunch!).
This month we’ve put together an easy and festive holiday menu for entertaining friends. While based on traditional holiday dishes, these offer a refreshing change from the typical. On the menu this month: READ MORE [»]
With thoughts of exchanging gifts and the mass consumerism during this time of the year, it can be easy to forget about a big part of the holidays: tis the season to give back! It’s the perfect time for giving back and supporting the community that you live in. This is a great time and opportunity to lead by example and show your children how to get involved.
There are so many possibilities for giving back during this holiday season. Here are some of our favorite ways. READ MORE [»]
With much of the country covered in snow or in the middle of a cold snap, seeking ways to warm up with delicious foods is a common trend. Vancouver is no exception and with its recent sprinkling of snow, those of us with children or who are big kids at heart know what that means! Spending as much time as possible in the snow before it all melts away.
After a day of hard play in the cold and wet, everyone will be clamoring for a warm and satisfying meal. Here are some great cold weather foods to feed hungry mouths. READ MORE [»]