I am an avid tea drinker, and while most people start their morning with a cup of coffee, I begin my day with a fresh cup of hot herbal tea, sweetened with a teaspoon of honey (Orange Blossom Honey is my favorite).
I use a spoon infuser to prepare my cup of tea, and it is a fun and simple process.
If you like to host parties, and include cheese spreads as part of your menu, you will definitely want to add the Pesto Sun-Dried Tomato Cheese Spread to your recipe collection.
My daughter shared this recipe with me, and it always is a great hit at our parties.
If you are lucky enough to have any leftover, you may store it in an airtight container for several days, and it tastes great on toasted bagels for breakfast.
If you like sausage, and kraut, you will love this combination all in one meal.
Kraut takes a while to cook in a regular pot, but with a pressure cooker your meal will be ready in 15 minutes. My family enjoys this meal served with boiled potatoes, tossed with butter and dill.
What other comfort food can be more satisfying on a cold winter day, than a nice bowl of hot stew, served with a fresh piece of your favorite bread. Preparing stew the old fashion way could be time consuming, but it only takes 15 minutes in a pressure cooker.
Christmas celebration on December 24-25, and New Year on December 31-1,(Gregorian calendar), are well known dates to the majority of the population, however, per Julian calendar, Christmas is celebrated on January 6-7, some call it Orthodox Christmas, and the New Year is celebrated on January 13-14. Ukrainian’s call this New Year “Malanka”, the day of St. Melania, or “Generous Eve” (Shchedryi Vechir).