Rich flavors and textures come to life through many small additions, possibly a sprinkle of cinnamon, a dash of salt or maybe an ingredient that you didn’t know was there.
Thanksgiving has been a tradition across America since the 1600s, and the celebrations for the holiday have remained largely the same since then. Most of us enjoy a hearty, sit-down meal with our close friends and family and give thanks for the year we’ve had. Golden roasted turkeys are a staple in most kitchens, complemented with delectable side dishes of gravy and mashed potatoes and desserts of fruit pies and sweet puddings. Pulling off a Thanksgiving meal is no easy task, but thanks to
Mother Nature, there may be some ingredients in your meal that are lending a helping hand.
Ice creams, pumpkin pies, soups and gravies all provide us with more than a full stomach — they’ve become comfort on a spoon. These rich flavors and textures come to life through many small additions, possibly a sprinkle of cinnamon, a dash of salt or maybe an ingredient that you didn’t know was there. Carrageenan is naturally derived from red seaweed and, while it might sound new to you, has been used safely in our foods and drinks for hundreds of years.
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