What do you think of when you think of comfort food? Perhaps ooey, gooey, melty cheese sandwiched between two crispy golden brown pieces of fresh bread perhaps? We do too... along with most people in America! Grilled cheese sandwiches were voted the #1 comfort food in 2017 and for good reason!
We're sure you've got your corned beef and cabbage all ready to go for dinner tonight but don't forget the dairy! These two creamy, delicious drinks will keep your day full of the spirit of St. Patrick's Day.
Make at Home Shamrock Shake
January is Oatmeal month and for good reason – oats are awesome! They are an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber to keep you fuller longer, and in combination with other important nutrients, prevents and manages a host of illnesses and diseases. And as an added benefit to many families, many oat options are gluten-free. Add the nutrients from oats along with the nutrients in your favorite dairy foods and you have a breakfast combination that can’t be beat.
The holiday season is by far my favorite time of year. The music, shopping, food, and family makes this time of year unlike any other. But I think my favorite part of it is all of the different traditions that make the holidays special for your own family. The great thing is that every person who celebrates the holidays does it a little differently. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanza, each family has their unique traditions.
As we dive into the holiday season, food is at the top of everyone's mind. We're dreaming about big slices of pumpkin pie with homemade whipped cream, the creamiest mashed potatoes yellowed with melted butter, and a juicy, golden turkey straight from the oven - there's nothing better. As you put those finishing touches on your own recipes this year, we have a few insider tips on how to use dairy to make your holiday dishes the one everyone talks about for years to come.
Believe it or not, the end of August is upon us and we're already looking ahead to cooler temperatures and getting the kiddos into that back to school routine. Still, we’re sorry to see the warm weather and long days go. Before we know it, we'll be pulling on wool socks and winter boots, snuggling up with blankets and sipping cocoa by the fire.