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EatingWell Blogs (Page 12)

November 3, 2016 - 9:50am

Whole roasts with all the trimmings surrounded by mounds of herbed stuffing, creamy green beans covered with crispy onions, baskets of dinner rolls, soft salty butter, savory gravy. This tablescape is all too familiar—the happy tastes and smells of the holiday season. However, since I was diagnosed with celiac disease, that tantalizing tablescape signals caution.

More and more people are being diagnosed with food allergies and intolerances or choosing to follow special diets. While this changes the holiday table we know, it doesn't have to change the holiday table we love. So let's take the stress out of navigating the holidays with dietary restrictions, shall we?

Related: Our Best Gluten-Free Holiday Meal

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October 27, 2016 - 9:50am

When you work at EatingWell, people expect pretty big things from you on Thanksgiving—whether you're hosting or contributing. And even though the pressure's on, we all know we can impress our friends and family with our favorite EatingWell recipes. I asked the other editors what their go-tos are and now I definitely have some new recipes to try this year. Here's hoping some of these recipes claim a spot on your table too.

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October 25, 2016 - 9:51am

If your Instagram feed is anything like mine then it's pretty saturated with food photos (with some cute babies, wedding pics and celebs thrown in). Those yummy snaps of kale salads, overflowing smoothie bowls or gooey chocolate brownies are more than just eye candy—they may actually change your diet choices, inspiring you to eat better (or worse). Now, new research is coming out showing some pretty good reasons to up to your Instagram game. Read more about the research from myself and Marissa Donovan, R.D. (as originally published in EatingWell magazine).

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October 21, 2016 - 9:24am

We've all been there. It's the day before your holiday gathering and you realize you missed someone on your gift list. Don't fret—these ideas can all be ordered online at the last minute. Just print off a certificate to show them what they'll be receiving—monthly coffee delivery, a cooking club or liters of olive oil from their very own tree—and you're covered! Plus, the presents will continue to show up for months to come for a gift that truly keeps giving.

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October 20, 2016 - 2:39pm

I'm just going to come out and say it: I really don't like to shop. And shopping at the holidays is really too much for me. The lines, the forgotten coupons, the midday hunger crash, the parking meter that needs more coins—I could go on.

Even though I was raised to be a good shopper (thanks, Mom!), as an adult I've found more fulfilling ways to spend my time (like cooking, for one). So giving a homemade gift from my kitchen is right up my alley. I get to shop at my favorite place—the grocery store—and spend time, perhaps even with my family, making yummy gifts I know my friends and family will enjoy. And I'll save some money too!

Here are 10 easy homemade gift ideas courtesy of my fellow co-workers in the EatingWell Test...

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