When the holiday season and the end of the year are quickly approaching, you may find yourself reflecting on the past year thinking about all that you have accomplished and all that you have yet to achieve. Of course, this leads to goal setting and the tradition New Year's resolutions that everybody makes as well. If you have decided to make eating healthier one of your goals in the upcoming year, there is no time like the present to get started.
Cupcakes are a perennial favourite of children and adults alike. There is nothing quite like having your own personal cake that is just for you and nobody else. While classic flavors of cupcakes like chocolate and vanilla will always be in vogue, there are lots of new flavor combinations to try. You might just surprise your taste buds by finding a new favourite cake and icing combination. The following is a list of cake and cupcake flavors that began to trend in 2015 and will only grow stronger in 2016.
When you're a diabetic eating at a restaurant can be difficult. Fortunately, Thai restaurants have several good options for diabetics. Many Thai dishes are stir fried, have a limited amount of meat, and have large quantities of vegetables—which makes Thai food a good option for diabetics. However, there are still several Thai dishes that diabetics should eat in smaller quantities or avoid completely. Before you visit the nearest Thai restaurant, learn more about which Thai dishes are healthy options for you.
Summer is here and there's nothing better than relaxing in the shade with a cold bowl of delicious ice cream! As the summer wears on and your daily bowl of ice cream starts to feel like old hat, these refreshing and interesting toppings can help you revitalize your relationship with your ice cream, making every new bowl seem like an adventure.
The trick here is to use the best quality balsamic vinegar possible and to pair it with a simple vanilla or french vanilla ice cream.
Thai food has become increasingly popular throughout the country, with Thai restaurants appearing in many cities. With their growing presence, however, comes some growing misconceptions about exactly what Thai food is and what the expectations are. Before you check out that trendy new restaurant in town for your first-ever Thai meal, you should know the truth behind some of these common misconceptions.
Myth: Thai food is vegetarian.
Although most Thai food has a lot of vegetables, that doesn't make the cuisine vegetarian.