You’ve made it to late November. Congratulations! This has been a year like no other. And while we are excited to put on our elastic waist pants and sit down to a Thanksgiving feast, we’re equally, if not more, excited to enjoy some Thanksgiving themed cocktails and wine. It’s been that kind of year . . .
Salty Days Fish Co., located in downtown Hingham, is teaming up with us this holiday season to spread a little holiday cheer. Pre-order your Thanksgiving Eve Salty Days menu items and receive a special CK + Salty Days Recipe Card Gift Pack.
Healthy, delicious and simple CK Thanksgiving recipes can all be found in our CK Recipe Box. Here, we are sharing our recipe for CK Bulgur Wheat Stuffing and our Roast Turkey Breast with Herbed Yogurt Sauce (because, sharing is caring).
Remember that time we made Almond Flour Sugar Cookies with @ambitiouskitchen? These fluffy, delicious cookies are the perfect healthy treat to help you create memories in your own kitchen.
As your freezer is now most likely fully stocked with your family's favorite proteins, why not spice things up (literally) and prepare our CK Smokey Chipotle Apple Turkey Meatballs to grab the next time you crave a housebound pasta party?
Our CK Red Lentil Dal is a CK home meal delivery menu favorite - we add turmeric and ginger for extra TLC and immunity-boosting goodness and toss in a little fresh (or frozen) spinach for extra plant power. Healthy eating doesn't have to lack adventure. While we are not able to travel the world during this time, we can bring a little bit of the world into our own kitchens by channeling inspiration from the places on our (future) bucket list.
While we are practicing social distancing, we can still share in the joy, comfort and life-giving properties of healthy, delicious meals. So, let's all make this simple - and SUPER cozy - CK-style Cacio e Pepe (of course, with an added healthy twist), using ingredients found in our pantries and fridges, and make a virtual toast to our health, happiness and finding comfort in the simple things.
Are we channeling the 1980's for dinner tonight? Maybe. But, this is NOT your grandma's "Baked Potato Bar" dinner recipe. We are replacing heavy fat-laden butter, bacon (or, in true 80's style, bacon BITS) and sour cream with fresh vegetables, nutritional yeast (to cure that "cheesy" craving), herbs and our favorite cilantro-lime organic dressing.
We asked local plant-based chef, college student & creator of the blog "Naturally Lara", Lara MacIntyre, to share with us her top 20 nutrition brands of 2019. No surprise that we share many of the same favs (Siete Foods, GT's, Primal Kitchen...). Are any of your favorite brands on Lara's hot list?
The New Year is HERE, which means millions of people around the world are making "resolutions" that focus on restriction and depletion, instead of gain. What if, in 2020, we are kind to ourselves and frame our resolutions in a positive, nurturing way that ultimately serves us better?