Archive

By Season

The ALT Sandwich (Avocado, Lettuce and Tomato)

This was hard. I mean really hard. Hard like trying NOT to eat the cookies off the tray of homemade treats during the Christmas buffet kind of hard. Picking one

Articles

Best of 2011: What’s So Great About Homemade Cleansers

The What’s So Great About and What’s So Bad About (WSGA & WSBA) columns are some of the most popular posts on Sweet Potato Chronicles. They’re written by two of

Articles

Best of 2011: What’s So Great About Eating Sunscreen?

As a former beauty editor, this post from Kathy Magilton has always been a story I kick myself for never doing in the magazine–the use of vitamins to help aid

Fall

Egg Bakes

I’m not making these on Christmas morning. I’m going to make a strata (like the one we posted last year) because I need a breakfast that involves zero prep. But

Round-Ups

Roundup: Brunch Ideas

Do you have family visiting for the holidays? Are you going to visit family? Who is making breakfast? If it’s you then this is your life jacket. Each of these recipes are

Nutrition

What’s So Great About Bananas?

Are you like me, a food “rut” eater? I crave oatmeal for three months and then can’t look at it for the next six. Same goes for yogurt, salads, baked

Poultry

Baked French Toast with Berries

Are you hyperventilating? We are. It’s under a week before the holidays and there is still so much to do. Every year it is the same. Why don’t I ever

Articles

Holiday 2011 Gift Guide: Kids

Here are some of gifts we’ve got our eyes on for little ones. Shhhh…. don’t tell our kids!

Snacks & Desserts

Sugar Cookies

This might be my favorite post in my favorite week. Favorite. Cookies are my achilles heel. I can’t ever turn one down. To say the least, I was excited for Ceri and

By Meal Type

Maple Leaf Cookies

And more cookies! We’re going to need some rehabilitating, healthy themes come January. Look out: Salad Week! Lentils Week! I Ate Too Many Cookies Week! But that’s January, for now

  • 1
  • 2